The Blueprint For LSAT Logic Games

The only LSAT Logic Games eBook you’ll need to sharpen your analytical reasoning skills.

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Our LSAT Logic Games eBook covers all types of games and problem-solving strategies, so you can approach the Analytical Reasoning portion of the LSAT with confidence.

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What are LSAT Logic Games?

Logic games are part of the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT and will test your ability to break down information to arrive at a logical conclusion. LSAT logic games come up with a scenario such as arranging a series of items in order, dividing campers among bunks, or determining which drivers drive which cars on which days. This is followed with a question about what can or must be true under several conditions. There are five different types of logic games. The first and most common is Sequencing, which requires you to arrange information in order. The second type of Logic Game is Matching, which requires you to coordinate two or more options from a list. The third is Distribution, which requires you to divide a larger set of options into subgroups. The fourth is Selection, which further tests your grouping skills, and the fifth and final is Hybrid, which combines two or more of these games.

What is Analytical Reasoning on the LSAT?

The LSAT is divided into three sections - Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. The Analytical Reasoning portion of the test is designed to sharpen your ability to evaluate facts and rules to determine if they are true. The most effective way to prepare for this part of the LSAT is to practice the type of Logic Games that appear on the test. The more you practice, the more you’ll be able to refine your deductive reasoning skills. Starting in 2023, the LSAT will no longer feature this section. Start prepping now and take the LSAT before the test changes.

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