LSAT Logic Games Practice Tests

LSAT Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)

Often referred to as "Logic Games," the Analytical Reasoning setups include 5-7 questions per scenario. Such questions are designed to test your ability to consider a set of facts and rules and to decide what might or should be accurate in the light of those facts and rules.

The skills tested are similar to those needed in law school and legal careers; as a lawyer, you will need to decide what might or should be the case, considering the set of rules, the terms of the contract or the facts of the case. That said, the situations in the theoretical logic portion of the LSAT are generally unrelated to the rule. Learn More

LSAT Logic Games Practice Tests

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