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The LSAT’s most learnable section. Just about everybody sucks when they attempt their first game, but by the end of your prep it just might turn out to be your favorite. They’re GAMES, after all. Here is where you learn to play.
The Logic Games Playbook Sample Chapter is Here
I’m excited to let you know the Logic Games Playbook sample chapter is ready! Download your free copy here.Read more
Q and A: What Happens If I Panic During the LSAT Logic Games Section?
A student sent me an email about how she did after taking the September LSAT. She had some concerns about the logic games section, and asked for my advice on whether to take the LSAT again and how to “practice being nervous.” Here’s the advice I gave her.Read more
Logic Games Basic Concepts Quiz
Here’s a single-question logic games quiz with a short video explanation. Make sure you understand this principle… it’s incredibly useful for grouping games! Suppose G, H, I, J, and K are about to board Disneyland’s “Splash Mountain.” They are asked to split into a group of two and a group of three. G and H […]Read more
Conquering the LSAT’s Logic Games, One Life at a Time
Think you suck at the LSAT’s logic games? I agree! I’m sure you do suck. But if it makes you feel any better, you also suck at tons of other things. I can hear you now: “Nathan, you suck at blogging. Nice job insulting your reader, ass.”Read more
June 2001 (PT 34) Logic Game 4, Questions 19-24 (Souderton and Randsborough)
Here’s another game that appears on most lists of “Logic Games That Make Me Want to Kill Myself.” Many students get so perplexed by this one that they actually believe that there are errors in it. It’s a shame, because the same students that think the game contains a mistake are right on the brink […]Read more
June 2003 (PT 40) Logic Game 3, Questions 11-17 (Zephyr Airlines)
This game shows up on most lists of “Top Ten Most Difficult Games of All Time, OMG, FML, etcetera,” but it’s simply not that hard as long as you improvise. Yes, if you attempt to force this game into a typical grouping game diagram you will get screwed… what you need is a map. Hope this helps!Read more
June 2013 LSAT Logic Games, 23 questions: Game 1 â€œSeven Manuscriptsâ€ Setup
Please ask questions and/or suggest corrections to anything that seems confusing”¦ we want to make this the best resource we can for LSAT students. We’ll have all the June 2013 explanations up as quickly as possible. Thanks for reading. Tell your friends!Read more
June 2013, Logic Game #2 (petri dishes) Q6
Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT: June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project No video for this one, just a text explanation of how to eliminate each answer choice: A. Too many dishes on the top shelf. B. Doesn’t violate any rules, so this is the correct answer. C. Dish 2 is below dish 6. Supposed to be […]Read more
June 2013 LSAT, Game 4 (paralegal assignments) Q23
Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT: June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Here’s number 23 from the June 2013 Logic Games:Read more
June 2013 LSAT, Game 4 (paralegal assignments) Q22
Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT: June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Here’s number 22 from the June 2013 Logic Games:Read more