Studying for the LSAT? In this article, find out what conditional reasoning is and where you will find conditional reasoning on the LSAT.
There are three keys to LSAT logic game success. To get your highest score possible, take a look at this guide to how to study for the LSAT logic games!
Timing on the LSAT test is meant to be challenging, and nowhere is it more so than in the Logic Games (Analytical Reasoning) section. You have to complete four games in 35 minutes, which means that before you can even begin answering the 23 associated LSAT questions, you have to read each game, interpret the […]
Of all the sections on the LSAT, Analytical Reasoning, or “logic games,” tests a person’s ability to quickly move through problems. The better you are at mapping out the questions, the quicker you’ll be able to effectively answer the questions. Here are a few LSAT Logic Games strategies to help you cope with the tricky […]
Getting a perfect LSAT score, to be fair, is incredibly rare. According to data released by LSAC, only about 0.1% of all test takers earn a perfect 180 on the LSAT. It’s no easy feat to put yourself in that select group, so what are some of the things you can do to set yourself […]
Logic games are often aspiring law applicants’ point of weakness. After all, logic games are probably unlike anything you’ve seen before (unless you majored in philosophy). While you’ve been reading and writing for your courses from a young age, you haven’t been seating party guests around a table in various combinations or rearranging red, green, […]
You have 35 minutes to work on each section of the LSAT. I choose the words work on carefully because that conveys a very different meaning than saying you have 35 minutes to complete the section. The LSAT is a timed, standardized test. It is designed to be difficult for the vast majority of people […]
This post provides an overview of the Logic Games section along with a general strategy on how to approach the section. For more information on common logic game types, tips and tricks, or where to find specific game types for practice, check out Magoosh’s Analytical Reasoning Library. What is the LSAT Logic Games section? The […]
A couple weeks ago, we briefly explored “unless” statements when I provided the following example and asked you to translate it into a standard if/then statement. I refuse to keep writing formal logic blog posts unless some of you post comments telling me you’re finding these helpful. 🙂 Well, it’s time to check back in […]
Formal logic is one of the dreaded monsters of the LSAT, largely because it forces you to pay attention to all those tiny words you usually skim over. If is one such word, and it’s definitely one of the most important words to understand on the exam. The Standard If/Then Statement Most people are […]