Thanks Mike. So I have two things to follow-up on.
1. You said go slow, but don’t go too slow because the questions should go fast. Ok so with that in mind, is there a quantifiable way that I can judge this? With the anxiety of the exam, (and the natural anxiety that has given me problems over the past few years), it’s hard for me to really “feel”when it’s time to move on. I know I’ve read in your book, or somewhere on the forum that you suggest taking 20 seconds to figure out if you have a clear way of solving each question for logic games, but for logical reasoning especially, how can I better recognize when it’s time to give up on a LR question? I know I shouldn’t think this way, but I hate failing on a question. (I did it too much of it in high school lol). I’m thinking that being able to eliminate three answer choices may be the best way to go? In other words If I can’t eliminate three than I’ll go to the next question?
2. You said put as mush time as possible between my first review and second? Are you referring to blind review?