Anyways, my goal is basically to get anywhere from a 172-175, I'm figuring that's about missing 1-2 per section. I've been taking lots of timed tests and had the following experiences. I'm able to consistently reach my goal in the critical reasoning section and logic games, missing only 1-2 per section. My biggest problem area is the logic reasoning section. I've been missing 5-6 on each section (which sucks because there are 2 logic reasoning sections). In all but 1-2 of them I'm able to get it down to two choices, and usually end up picking the wrong one.
Timing isn't my issue, I'm able to finish all the sections with 2-3 minutes to spare. I'm wondering, to people who have taken the LSAT and done well on it, how did you go about learning the logic reasoning section. I feel like I'm THIS close to "getting it" but I'm missing some fundamental piece that keeps me coming up short each time.
I think uh "parallel reasoning" (like, which one of the following exhibits the same pattern of flawed reasoning) and formal logic problems are my biggest concern, those ones I usually miss outright. Anyways, any general tips on how you approached logic reasoning, or maybe how you overcame some struggles in this section would be helpful. Let me know!