Hey folks. I'm enrolled in a TM course in preparation for the September LSAT. I took my first diag and totally tanked the Logic Games. Though I realize I should still definitely work to improve my score on LR and RC (85% correct, 75% correct respectively), I'm really worried about Logic Games (35%). After three lessons that included LG material, I don't feel like I'm doing any better on the homework or when I did timed LG sessions in a workshop. I seem to have a tough time making those extra "Big deductions" at the beginning of a game, and creating hypothesis scenarios when it's not there.I feel like I've totally psyched myself out. Is this one of those things where if I keep working at it it will eventually "click," or should my concern this early in the course be justified? I'm debating purchasing the LGB even though TM would tell me I don't need to, just so that I can read up more on techniques and strategies.Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you!Edit: I should note that my instructor told me my strengths in LR and RC put me in an enviable position, as LG tends to be the easiest to improve upon, but it doesn't feel very enviable right now
Judgie, you don't even know what my goals are, so how do you know they're not realistic?
Quote from: J_C on July 23, 2007, 04:27:43 PMJudgie, you don't even know what my goals are, so how do you know they're not realistic? The Judge thinks everyone's goals are unrealistic, and if you hated yourself as much as he hates himself, then you would think so too.