LSAT – Analytical Reasoning

The whole LSAT is a test of reading and reasoning in context. In this section you will get four sets of conditions with 5 – 7 questions based on each set. This section is commonly called “Logic Games”. Although it causes the most initial anxiety it is by far the easist to improve.

Have a look at a Logic Games sample question.

Check out our new LSAT Logic Games preparation course.

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