Do you know all your LSAT logical reasoning question types? We break down each question type, including how to approach it and what it’ll look like, in this post .
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LSAT Logical Reasoning: The Ultimate Guide (With Video)
Looking for a guide to LSAT Logical Reasoning? This post has all the information, tips, and practice you need to master this section!
LSAT Logical Reasoning vs GMAT Critical Reasoning
The differences between the LSAT logical reasoning vs the GMAT critical reasoning are pretty stark, well, maybe not, though you should know the main ones.
Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Logical Reasoning Score
The logical reasoning section is 50% of the LSAT. So how can you improve? Take a look at the top 5 ways to improve your logical reasoning score!
The Difference Between Validity and Truth on the LSAT
You might hear terms like “valid argument” and wonder what that really means. Here’s a guide to learn the difference between validity and truth on the LSAT!
Top Tips for LSAT Logical Reasoning
Here are the top tips for LSAT Logical Reasoning. Review these effective Logical Reasoning strategies to get your best score on the LSAT!
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!
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 […]
Common Logical Reasoning Questions on the LSAT
The table below lists all of the common Logical Reasoning questions on the LSAT. These question types appear fairly regularly, meaning that you can expect to see the majority of them on any given test. How to Use the Table The first column tells you the name of the question type. The second column […]
LSAT Logical Reasoning: The Basics
What is an LSAT Logical Reasoning question? The LSAT Logical Reasoning questions consist of three components: a stimulus, a prompt, and five answer choices. The stimulus is a short paragraph (typically 50-60 words) that presents an argument, dialogue, set of facts, or scenario. It is followed by a prompt, or question, requiring you to analyze […]