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# Archive | Logical Reasoning

## How to Get Faster at Logical Reasoning

Most of the LSAT’s difficulty comes from timing. Every second counts. So, if you’re ready to learn how to get faster at Logical Reasoning, read on!

## Tips for Necessary Assumption Questions

Will you accept the LSAT test-writers’ challenge of finding argument gaps? Take a look at these tips for necessary assumption questions!

## What to Know About Logic on the LSAT

New students to the LSAT might wonder what they need to know about logic for the test. Take a look at this introduction to logic on the LSAT!

## How to Study for LSAT Logical Reasoning

The LSAT logical reasoning section is written to trick you and to make you guess the wrong answer. Click here to find out how to avoid this.

## Conditional Reasoning on the LSAT: The Basics

Studying for the LSAT? In this article, find out what conditional reasoning is and where you will find conditional reasoning on the LSAT.

## Which LSAT Logical Reasoning Question Types are Most Important?

If you haven’t already read it, now would be a great time to look at our post on The Most Common Logical Reasoning Question Types. In that post, we talk about how the three most common question types (Assumption, Flaw, and Inference) comprise about 40% of the section. Add in the next two most common […]

## Toughest LSAT Questions: PrepTest 76, Section 4, Q21

Hey there! Today we are going to take a look at a question from practice test 76, section 4, number 21.  The content looks at the link between learning chess and seeing an increase in academic achievement. Got it? Ok! Before we begin: This is a tough question. I actually crossed off all the answers. […]

## What do Principle Questions look like? (Part 1 of 2)

There are two variations on Principle questions in the LSAT Logical Reasoning section. The first type presents you with a scenario and asks you to identify a principle that justifies the decision made in the scenario. The second type presents you with a principle and asks you to select a scenario in which that principle […]

## What do Principle Questions look like? (Part 2 of 2)

There are two variations on Principle questions in the LSAT Logical Reasoning section. The first type presents you with a scenario and asks you to identify a principle that justifies the decision made in the scenario. The second type presents you with a principle and asks you to select a scenario in which that principle […]

## What do Parallel Flaw Questions look like?

Parallel Flaw questions provide you with a short scenario that involves a faulty chain of reasoning. Your task is to identify the answer choice containing the same flaw as the original. The trick here is to remember that all or most of the answer choices will contain flawed logic, but you are looking for the […]