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The LSAT Flex will become a permanent fixture only if LSAC is able to ensure the security of the exam. The security of the exam cannot be guaranteed unless proctors are vigilant at all times. And in order for proctors to be vigilant at all times, they require an innate love of order.

Which of the following can be properly inferred from the information above?


  1. If the LSAT Flex does not become a permanent fixture, it is because the proctors were not vigilant at all times.
  2. If the security of the exam is not ensured, the proctors do not have an innate love of order.
  3. The key to ensuring the security of the exam is realizing proctors need ot be vigilant.
  4. Without an innate love of order, the LSAT Flex will not become a permanent fixture.

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*Free LSAT Question of the Day emails are written by our team of LSAT content experts and 98th+ percentile instructors. Due to licensing restrictions from LSAC, these are not official LSAT questions. Per LSAC’s licensing restrictions, Blueprint can only share the 8500+ official LSAT questions with students who have purchased a Blueprint LSAT product.

Think you can solve this sample LSAT question?

The LSAT Flex will become a permanent fixture only if LSAC is able to ensure the security of the exam. The security of the exam cannot be guaranteed unless proctors are vigilant at all times. And in order for proctors to be vigilant at all times, they require an innate love of order.

Which of the following can be properly inferred from the information above?


  1. If the LSAT Flex does not become a permanent fixture, it is because the proctors were not vigilant at all times.
  2. If the security of the exam is not ensured, the proctors do not have an innate love of order.
  3. The key to ensuring the security of the exam is realizing proctors need ot be vigilant.
  4. Without an innate love of order, the LSAT Flex will not become a permanent fixture.

Check your answer!

Free LSAT Question of the Day!

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Practice makes perfect, right? If you’re prepping for the Law School Admissions Test (better known as the LSAT), then you know there’s no truer statement (unless there’s a flaw here). The LSAT is a difficult test, but you can learn how to beat it at its own [logic] game. One of the best ways to improve your LSAT score is not only by completing LSAT prep courses (of course!) but also by consistently practicing the skills you need for the LSAT with free LSAT practice questions!*

*Free LSAT Question of the Day emails are written by our team of LSAT content experts and 98th+ percentile instructors. Due to licensing restrictions from LSAC, these are not official LSAT questions. Per LSAC’s licensing restrictions, Blueprint can only share the 8500+ official LSAT questions with students who have purchased a Blueprint LSAT product.

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Our LSAT Question of the Day emails will include LSAT sample questions that will help you master the skills and critical thinking you need to solve what’s on the LSAT.

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Logic Game
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The Analytical Reasoning section (also known as the Logic Games section) tests your ability to understand a structure of relationships and draw conclusions about it.

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Logic Game Question.

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Reading Comprehension
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The Reading Comp section contains four reading passages of 400 to 500 words followed by 5 to 8 questions per passage.

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Free Logical
Reasoning
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Logical Reasoning questions challenge you to think critically while examining, analyzing, and evaluating arguments.

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Logical Reasoning Question.

Free Logic Games Practice Question:

Analytical Reasoning (aka Logic Games) questions will present to you a series of facts, conditions, and rules, from which you need to determine what could be true or false—and yes, you will absolutely need to use these practices as a lawyer! To solve these LSAT questions, you need to understand the art of diagramming. Our practice Logic Game questions will not only present the correct way to diagram each question, but also a thorough explanation of it and how to determine an answer.

Free Reading Comprehension Question:

If you took the ACT, SAT, or any standardized test, you are probably already familiar with the Reading Comprehension section. The Reading Comp section contains four reading passages of 400 to 500 words followed by 5 to 8 questions per passage. There will be one reading passage for each of the following categories: Law, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. Reading a passage quickly and identifying the hypothesis, main point, author’s attitude, and the purpose of the passage will help you answer questions in a timely manner.

Free Logical Reasoning Practice Questions:

There are two Logical Reasoning sections on the LSAT, which means it’s twice as important to understand the strategies needed to approach these questions. Logical Reasoning questions challenge you to think critically while examining, analyzing, and evaluating arguments. You might be asked to diagram a conditional statement and identify its contrapositive or identify flaws in an argument. While it might seem daunting at first, deciphering LR questions gets easier the more you practice with drills.

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