## 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 […]

## Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Selection (Defined)

My other Grouping: Selection / In-Out Logic Game is “Undefined,” meaning that we didn’t know how many variables were in (voted for) and how many were out (voted against). The game I’ve written for this article, on the other hand, is “Defined,” which means that we know exactly how many variables are selected and how […]

## Basic and Advanced Linear Logic Game | Limited Options

Limited Options, Templates, Possibilities, whatever you call them, they’re ridiculously useful in several Logic Games. This covers one common, yet simple, technique for listing all the options/templates/possibilities in Basic Linear and Advanced Linear games. Let’s say we’re doing an 7-slot / variable Linear game in which only one variable can go in each slot. This […]

## Free LSAT Logic Game | Relative Ordering

UPDATE: You can get this game, along with several others I’ve written, in a free book. This Logic Game I’ve written is what some would categorize as Pure Sequencing, Loose Sequencing, or Relative Ordering. Whatever you call it, this type of game requires you to put variables in order, just like Basic Linear games do. […]

## 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 […]

## 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 […]

## Free LSAT Logic Game: Grouping: Splitting

LSAT Unplugged subscriber Caleb wrote this LSAT Logic Game. I’ve modified the game’s questions slightly, but Caleb provided the core. All complaints and/or compliments about the game’s topic and rules should be directed to him 🙂 However, please thank him in the comments for allowing me to share the game with all of you! *** […]

## 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 […]