Melody on June 29, 2015I would suggest first listening to the Logic Games Intro, and then going through the various logic games topics and watching the lessons. Take notes as you go through the lecture on the different techniques and strategies each lesson is dedicated to. Once you are done with a lecture, go through the corresponding homework. If you get it wrong, watch the video lecture (if available) and go through the same steps the instructor takes as he or she explains the question.
Marcia on July 3, 2015Thank you for the help, I will do just that
Marcia on July 23, 2015I am working through the logical games section, I was wondering can you explain the difference between must be true and could be true? I would this confusion be cleared so I can comprehend the differences, please.
Melody on July 31, 2015A Must Be True question is asking you to find the answer that is 100% guaranteed by the passage. A Could Be True Question is asking you to find an answer that can work with the information given but it doesn't necessarily have to.
Olivia on January 18, 2020hi I am having trouble finding the explanation of game Feb 1992 that is on the printed hand out that was send to me. I might not know still how to navigate the app. I don't know where to find the video explanation of each problem if there are some.