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Magoosh’s LSAT Logical Reasoning Library

Find everything you need to know about the LSAT Logical Reasoning section right here. Looking for help with a specific question type? Scroll down to see posts pertaining to each of the most common question types in the Logical Reasoning section. Not familiar with the question types yet? Check out “Section Overview” for posts on how to identify the various question types. Lastly, if you can’t find an answer to your question, let us know with a comment and we’d be happy to help you out!
 

Section Overview

LSAT Logical Reasoning: The Basics
Common Logical Reasoning Questions on the LSAT
Most Common Logical Reasoning Question Types

 

General Skills, Tips, and Strategies

Intro to LSAT Pacing
Transitional Language on the LSAT
Guide to EXCEPT and LEAST Questions in LSAT Logical Reasoning
Which LSAT Logical Reasoning Question Types are Most Important?

 

Formal Logic

If/Then Statements and Contrapositives on the LSAT
What does “Some” Mean on the LSAT?
Many and Most on the LSAT
If, Only If, and If and Only If on the LSAT
“Unless” Statements on the LSAT: Part 1
“Unless” Statements on the LSAT: Part 2

 

Assumption Questions

What do Assumption Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Assumption Questions
Catalog of Unusual Assumption Questions
Toughest LSAT Questions: PrepTest 38, Section 4, Q16
 

Strengthen Questions

What do Strengthen Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Strengthen Questions
Catalog of Unusual Strengthen Questions
 

Weaken Questions

What do Weaken Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Weaken Questions
Catalog of Unusual Weaken Questions
 

Flaw Questions

What do Flaw Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Flaw Questions
Catalog of Unusual Flaw Questions
 

Inference Questions

What do Inference Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Inference Questions
Logical Reasoning Challenge Question: Inference #1
Catalog of Unusual Inference Questions

 

Main Idea/Conclusion Questions

What do Main Idea/Conclusion Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Main Idea Questions
Unusual Main Idea Questions?
 

Paradox Questions

What do Paradox Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Paradox Questions
Catalog of Unusual Paradox Questions
 

Parallel Reasoning Questions

What do Parallel Reasoning Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Parallel Reasoning Questions
Some Unusual Parallel Reasoning Questions
 

Parallel Flaw Questions

What do Parallel Flaw Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Parallel Flaw Questions
 

Principle Questions

What do Principle Questions look like? (Part 1 of 2)
What do Principle Questions look like? (Part 2 of 2)
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Principle Questions
Where to Find More Logical Reasoning Principle Questions
Catalog of Unusual Principle Questions
 

Method of Argument Questions

What do Method of Argument Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Method of Argument Questions
Some Unusual Method of Argument Questions
 

Role of Statement Questions

What do Role of Statement Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Role of Statement Questions
Some Unusual Role of Statement Questions
 

Evaluate the Conclusion Questions

What do Evaluate the Conclusion Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Evaluate the Conclusion Questions
Unusual Evaluate the Conclusion Questions
 

Point of Contention Questions

What do Point of Contention Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Point of Contention Questions
Catalog of Unusual Point of Contention Questions
 

Point of Agreement Questions

What do Point of Agreement Questions look like?
Where to Find Logical Reasoning Point of Agreement Questions
 
 

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