Yea i agree, they pretty much assume it's impossible to get a perfect score and are willing to sacrifice some questions so that you can finish on time. The book implies it's also impossible to finish all the questions on time and so just say skip certain areas which seems like an easy cop out. Also the reading strategies are weak. I find the logical reasoning answeres explanations to be the worst. Sometimes it comes off as "thats not the answer just because" and then theyll say "yep letter A is the answer we're lookin for" without any particular reason besides the fact that the others werent chosen, and I havent even begun to look at games strategies. I think I'll save my time and check out the bibles games before messing up my brain with this crappy princeton review stuff.