June 2010 LSAT Section 1 Question 21
Skylar on November 3, 2019@nizhoni The more you practice, the faster you should be able to diagram and the less you should feel that you need to do so. Eventually, you should become familiar enough with the patterns of logic used on the LSAT that you can follow along mentally on some questions in which diagramming would be unnecessary. Until this point, your best approach is to continue diagramming and to take a step back when reviewing to ensure that you understand the patterns of logic used in the passage and in each answer question. Parallel reasoning questions that require diagramming can be time traps when placed a few questions from the end of an LR section. If you're pressed for time and you know that these types of questions require extra time for you, you should evaluate whether you feel skipping one of these would allow you to answer more questions.