## 5 Reasons I Secretly Enjoy Logic Games

Some of you email me to say how much you hate the LSAT. I already wrote a series on why I love the LSAT, but some of you still aren’t convinced. I’m not giving up. Here are the top 5 reasons I enjoy Logic Games: 1. They’re like sudoku. 2. It’s satisfying to make a […]

## LSAT Logic Games Rule Substitution Questions

LSAT Logic Games Rule Substitution questions (aka Rule Equivalency or Equivalent Rule questions) began with LSAT PrepTest 57 and have appeared on nearly every exam since. Use the following strategies to solve these questions: – Check each answer choice against previous diagrams. Determine if each choice would allow each previously-valid scenario to still work. Ask […]

If you’re reading this, you’re probably studying for the LSAT. I know this process isn’t easy, and it can be incredibly frustrating at times. However, each year, many people overcome the hurdles and get into the law schools of their dreams. You ask yourself, how’d they do it? When I first started LSAT Unplugged, there […]

## Dinosaur LSAT Logic Game Explanation

I would categorize this game as a combination of Selection (In-Out) and Matching. Basically, we’re selecting some variables but not others, and we’re associating variables of different types with each other. There’s no sequencing or linear aspect to this game. Due to copyright restrictions, I’m forced to leave out the text of the game. You’ll […]

## 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 […]

## LSAT Logic Games Vocabulary Words and Phrases

Logic Games vocab is a tricky thing. The problem generally isn’t knowing what each word means. The problem is knowing how the words interact with each other and what various phrases actually mean. For this reason, I’ve decided to go over several things in this article rather than simply doing a vocab list: 1. Words […]

## How to Ace LSAT Logic Games | 7 Habits

Want to ace the LSAT Logic Games? You’ll need these skills to separate yourself from the pack. This is the 1st part of a 3-part series (read Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension articles) 1. See letters as variables, not people/things. Avoid thinking of the game’s “topic” and focus on relationships between letters instead. 2. Easily categorize. Quickly place logic […]

## Logic Games: Before, After, But Not Both | PrepTest 53

This post is the third of a three-part series on conditional sequencing rules in Logic Games. The first part of this series covers an easier version of the conditional sequencing rule. This post will explain the “before, after, but not both” rules of the 2nd game in PrepTest 53 (December 2007).   PrepTest 53, Game […]

## Weird Curveball LSAT Logic Games

Here’s a big list of Weird Curveball LSAT Logic Games. Don’t be surprised if you have more trouble than average with these. But they’re great practice for curveball games on LSAT Test Day. PT1, G1 PT2, G3 PT4, G4 PT6, G3 PT6, G4 PT8, G2 PT9, G4 PT10, G3 PT11, G4 PT12, G4 PT13, G4 […]