## Logic Game Grouping: Matching Templates Diagram | Explanation

As promised, I’m doing a blog post to demonstrate the templates (multiple main diagrams) for last week’s Grouping: Matching Templates Logic Game, so here goes. So, in the game, we have 7 projects. 2 in April, 3 in May, and 2 in June, giving us this layout of slots for each month: Depending on whether you […]

## Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Matching | Templates

In another Grouping: Matching Logic Game I’d written – that one was a difficult type of Matching game because the number of “prayer-answerings” per deity was not fully determined. In other Grouping: Matching games (such as the one I’ve written below), the number of slots is fully determined for you. In these types of games, […]

## Grouping: Selection Defined Logic Game Diagram | Explanation

In this post I am going to explain my approach to solving the Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Selection (Defined). Again, here are the categories and topics: P – ABER – HLOW – STY I’d put a “1-” next to each category because of the rule that we have to have at least one […]

## 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 […]

## LSAT Logic Game Explanation: Birds in the Forest

LSAC loves In-Out Games where all the rules can be connected. It’s not hard to understand why. They require a solid understanding of conditional reasoning and indicator words. Despite the fact that In-Out games with similar rules have been administered several times in the past, people still have trouble with them. I’ve never diagrammed an In-Out game of this […]