The Logic Games myth

The Logic Games myth

If you’ve been in the LSAT world for a while, you’ve probably come across this advice, which I consider to be the great myth about Logic Games: Start with Logic Games. It’s the easiest section to learn. Or the more extreme variation of it: To get a good LSAT score,...
Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

If you’ve been working on Logic Games, you know that making deductions is key, whether in the setup stage or while working through the questions. Today I’m going to share with you a key source of deductions for in/out games: the reserved spot deduction. It’s a type of...
LSAT Logic Games: Tips for Deductions

LSAT Logic Games: Tips for Deductions

Read any book on LSAT Logic Games and you’ll find good tips for how to set up your diagram and how to sketch the rules. You’ll be instructed to make deductions of possible before heading to the questions. But there’s usually not enough discussion...