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LG Bundle by Category or Random

bjphillips5bjphillips5 Alum Member
in Logic Games 1137 karma
As I've finished the curriculum, I'm beginning to heavily invest my time in fool-proofing. My big question is: should I drill extensively on categorized games (i.e. grouping, sequencing, in-out) or should I take a broader random game approach?

I worry that I'd lose some of the practice I'd gained in grouping games if I spend a few weeks on sequencing games specifically. It also just seems easier to start with PT 1 and go in order rather than sorting through all my PT PDFs for the right game at the right time.

I plan to first work by way through all LGs from 1-36 and then move onto more recent LG's once I've taken the clean PT.

Thank you for your thoughts on this! :)


  • BruiserWoodsBruiserWoods Member Inactive ⭐
    1706 karma
    I generally don't recommend doing any drilling of any type in this way. There is a huge advantage to being able to think quickly on your feet from game type to game type. If you KNOW you're about to do 30 in/out games, it not only gives you the cheat of having that knowledge and getting into a repetition, but it also isn't how the real test works.

    That being said, if you get through the bundle and start PTing, and notice that a certain game type is still giving you problems, I would go back and fool-proof those specific games.
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