Hurley, how are you doing with time on your LR sections? Are you struggling to get through all the questions in 35 minutes, or do you finish with a few minutes to spare?My strategy for the LR sections was to read them through in order, and answer the ones that I could get right away or without too much trouble. The ones that were more difficult or that I was stuck picking between 2 answer choices, I'd eliminate as many wrong answers as I could, mark one of the remaining answers on my answer sheet, and then circle the question really big in my booklet. If I had time left at the end (which I almost always did), then I could go back and work on that question some more. That way, I haven't wasted too much time on a question I'm more likely to miss anyway, but at least I have an educated guess recorded. So in case I run out of time, a 50% or 33% chance of getting it right is better than 0.I tested in February, which is undisclosed, so I have no idea how I did on each section. I studied by doing practice tests in bits and pieces. I work full-time, so I'd do a section during lunch every day. I only took 2 timed practice tests before the real thing. I think it's more crucial to take your time and get familiar with the types of questions. After a while, you'll start to see the pattern.
Thanks for your help everyone.