I'm 100% with you. If the test were tomorrow, I'd be feeling pretty confident on everything but the logic questions. I'd hope one bad section doesn't make the difference between a WQ and a BQ. That would really suck, but who knows how they weight and grade that shiz.Okay I’m glad someone else said that. I normally love those kinds of logic puzzles, but I could NOT figure those things out. And when you throw in a time limit, I tanked. Did my best to give answers on the test, but I’d love to know how I did on each section. I know I aced the memory part, remembering the difference between the two numbers. And the view perspective I know I only got one wrong. Radar I was okay, not perfect and I did as many of the math question during that portion. But dang, I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if I missed out on BQ just because of the logic puzzles. Oh and who knows about the personality section. Yeesh.
I know people keep saying to practice LSAT logic questions, but I've tried, and believe me, I just cannot solve them to save my life. With no pen and paper to order these mofos from first to last and a time crunch, it's game over - cue the Ice-T Car Shield ad lol.