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Pacing Strategy

The content provides a strategic approach to developing a customized pacing strategy for the Logic Games section of the LSAT, based on an individual's score goal and personal strengths and weaknesses.
  • Understanding the average time available per game and the variability in game length and difficulty is crucial for effective time management.
  • Determining how many questions one can afford to miss across the entire test, and specifically within the Logic Games section, is key to setting a realistic score goal.
  • Adjusting your strategy based on personal strengths and weaknesses in different test sections can optimize your performance.
  • Examples of different pacing strategies illustrate how to apply these principles based on individual score goals and section proficiencies.
  • The importance of not attempting to answer every question but instead focusing on those that align with your strengths to meet your score goal is emphasized.
Setting a Customized Pacing Strategy
Determining Allowable Misses
Adjusting Strategy Based on Strengths and Weaknesses
Examples of Custom Pacing Strategies