Looking for some extra Matching practice in the LSAT Logic Games section?
Below is a table that lists where you can find standard Matching practice games in recently released LSATs. Pure Matching games are relatively uncommon in the Logic Games section, so it’s difficult to find an abundance of them for practice.
Currently, Magoosh’s online Logic Games course contains video lessons that can teach you how to approach a typical Matching game. They contain a sample game with detailed explanations of the setup and the questions.
At LSAC’s online shop, you can purchase Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V, which includes two of the three games listed in the table. For the third, you can purchase a copy of PrepTest 75 separately. You can also check older PrepTests that are available in earlier editions of the Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests series, or the most recent edition Actual, Official LSAT PrepTest VI.
But for now, here’s where to find a few extra Matching practice games to hone your skills.
Note: For Magooshers, you’ve got access to actual LSAC Logic Game questions—115 to be exact—through your online account. You can even sort by game type so you can easily focus your practice.
Matching games are often difficult to set up because they involve at least two different sets of variables. A great approach is to build a table with one set of variables across the top and one set down the side. You can then place checkmarks or X’s in the boxes to represent whether a given pair of variables can ever appear together.
For a more detailed illustration of this approach to Matching games, check out our online lessons. Otherwise, best of luck with your LSAT prep, and if there’s anything we can do to help make the process easier, don’t hesitate to reach out!