Hi Rachel —
For the Games Notes pages —
You want to use these to
1) do your work as you are solving a game and
2) also to serve as a record of your process, one that you can use to review your work.
What I suggest is
1) you use the top space to draw your initial diagram / do all your major diagramming work (as you would in white space of test booklet)
2) use the (A) – (E) answer choices to keep track of your problem-solving process — this is much more important for LG than it is for LR or RC because, for Logic Games, there are certain times you ought to work to eliminate wrong answers, certain times you should instead go right after the correct answer and so on, and you can use your notations (whether you crossed out wrong answers etc.) to review your processes after you’ve solved a game.
3) You can use the lined space next o the A-E answers for either creating diagrams that are necessary for that particular q, or for taking notes about a q — such as marking which wrong answers you had a hard time dealing with, etc. during your review process.
For the LG Review Notes Page —
You can use this page to keep track of work that you have trouble with / want to repeat — for example, if you find a particular drill in the Trainer book challenging and want to remind yourself to give it another shot in a week or so, you can note that, or, similarly, if a particular game gives you trouble and you want to make sure to remember to try it again, you can list that as well.
HTH and good luck with your studies — Mike