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Getting better at Ordering Games

agc438agc438 Yearly Member
edited August 2021 in Logic Games 253 karma

I just realized that my ordering games are pretty weak. By any chance does anyone have any tips/suggestions on how to get better at the harder ones? I try to split the board up into multiple sub game boards, using rules like H /->M, or O/-> K, (H cannot be with M and O cannot be with K if it's not clear), etc but the multiple conditionals honestly screw with me under time pressure and I panic.

For reference, I'm talking about the last two grouping games on LSAT 74.

Help lol.


  • agc438agc438 Yearly Member
    253 karma

    Correction: 74. I meant 74.

  • MissionLsatMissionLsat Alum Member
    379 karma

    Personally, I used to avoid splitting the game which had only five questions on it and was numbered 1 or 2. As generally the first two games are very much easier as compared to the latter ones. This really helped me to save time and eventually get a minus zero. But of course this is not a hard and fast rule, different situations would demand for a different approach. Another thing that really helped me was to redo the same games in which I faced some difficulties at least two times. This really helps one to recognise the patterns and eventually makes one faster in solving these questions.

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