Princeton Review LSAT Logic Games Workout – Exposed

Why shouldn’t you use books containing fake (non-LSAC-written) LSAT questions? How is this possible if the questions are fake? The Princeton Review’s new LSAT Logic Games Workout book fails to mention that, in a way, it does use real LSAT questions. In fact, it implies that it doesn’t at the end of the second paragraph on page 1. However, this book […]

Logic Games Matching Diagram | Explanation

I’ve received several requests for a diagram of my Grouping: Matching Logic Game, so here goes. This article includes my version of the main diagram for this Logic Game. It also includes my diagram of the rules and some thoughts on making an effective diagram for this game (and games like it). Here’s the main diagram: […]