## Does the LSAT Repeat Previous Logic Games Questions?

Does the LSAT repeat questions from previous tests? Yes and no. You will not see questions repeated word-for-word. That would be too easy. However, you may see games that feature extremely similar methods of reasoning – sometimes only with small changes to the rules and variables. Although the games aren’t identical, they’re extremely similar.You know […]

## Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Easy Version

Here’s the “easier version” of this Logic Game. For those of you interested in comparing the hard and easy versions, I’ve listed each variable and its counterpart at the end of this blog post.   Easy version Jandra is a travel guide writer who will visit 7 countries: Australia, Bahrain, China, Djibouti, England, Fiji, and […]

## Free LSAT Logic Game | Advanced Linear

The Logic Game I created this time is significantly harder than others I have written, and that’s not only because it’s an Advanced Linear game. In fact, some Advanced Linear games are easier than Basic Linear games. Of course, it’s best to practice with actual LSAT Logic Games. However, some of you are concerned about […]

## Linear Logic Game Diagram and Explanation

By popular demand, I am going to demonstrate below how to create a diagram for the Basic Linear LSAT Logic Game.  We have 7 variables: ABCDEFG. (I wasn’t feeling creative that day.) Here are the rules, numbered for quick reference: 1. Jandra must visit exactly two countries before her visit to China but after her […]

## Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Difficult Version

LSAC could drive us crazy with a Logic Game based entirely on gods and goddesses whose names begin with the letter “A”. To be fair, LSAC has never done this before. In fact, you’ll generally find that the variables in most Logic Games don’t share the same first letter, allowing you to easily represent “apple” […]