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Magoosh’s LSAT Analytical Reasoning Library

Here you can find all of our posts related to the LSAT Analytical Reasoning section. Wondering how to tackle the different types of logic games? Scroll down to see posts relating to each of the most common game types that appear in the section. Just looking at LSAT Analytical Reasoning for the first time? Check out “Section Overview” for posts on section structure, strategy, diagramming, and pacing.

If you don’t find the answer to your question here, be sure to post a comment and let us know what you’d like to see. We’ll get to it as soon as we can! And in the meantime, check out our Logical Reasoning Library for tons of detailed posts on how to tackle the most important component of the LSAT.
 

Section Overview

LSAT Logic Games: The Basics
How to Diagram Common LSAT Logic Games
3 Helpful LSAT Logic Games Strategies
10 LSAT Logic Games Tips

Translating Conditional Statements

If/then Statements and Contrapositives on the LSAT
If, Only If, and If and Only If on the LSAT
“And” vs “Or” on the LSAT
“Unless” Statements on the LSAT: Part 1
“Unless” Statements on the LSAT: Part 2

Sequencing Games

Where to Find Logic Games Sequencing Practice

Grouping Games

Where to Find Logic Games Fixed Grouping Practice
Where to Find Logic Games Floating Grouping Practice

Matching Games

Where to Find Logic Games Matching Practice

Hybrid Games

Where to Find Logic Games Hybrid Practice

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