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I wanted to ask for some advice. I have worked really hard to make Logic Games my strongest area on the LSAT. I have gotten 0/-1 on quite a few sets but I want to be even more consistent. I also almost always go down to the wire with time and I want to see if I can build in recovery time (like 3-5 minutes) in case of a real-time emergency on the real LSAT.
Something I have noticed while I take PT's are that I feel I am quite cautious, especially on the first 2 games. I read the rules very carefully, diagram carefully, and then when I go through the questions, I naturally tend to check all answers and eliminate them all before committing to the correct answer. The thing is, I can already spot the correct answer but my desire for safety always seems to lead me to double-check and eliminate the others just in case before moving on.
Is this habit of being cautious holding me back potentially? Should I trust my instinct when I see the correct answer and just pick it and move on?