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This isquestion #3 from the Logic Games section of the LSAT Free Practice Test available in the registration booklet and on LSAC.org. More solutions like these to real LSAT questions for just $1.99 available at mytestanswers.com.
I would like to go to law school. After reading some sample LSATs tests online I am very dicouraged.
Analytical Reasoning – Logic games such as those in the LSATs test. I personally find them very difficult. Is it just a matter of studying the material, or is it a inherent logic that comes natural [...]
Right now I’m only able to answer about 25% of the questions in the logic section of practice LSAT exams. I’m good to go on the other sections, just wondering if I can teach myself to learn these logic games, and if I can, about how long will it take me?
I am only able to finish 3 of the 4 problems on time, and I’ve already read the powerscore logic games bible, I know how to do all the methods I just can’t seem to be able to finish each problem in 8 minutes, it usually takes me at least 12 minutes to finish one [...]
I’m in a Kaplan course that i got to go to for free through my Pre-Law adviser, so it didn’t cost me anything. I don’t like there logic games instruction. I have a powerscore logic bible that i haven’t opened because i don’t want to get confused between the two programs. Are they completely different [...]
Although, my practice LSAT scores on the Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning sections are great; my scores on the Logic games suck, to say the least. My total LSAT score is a 148 and this will Not cut it. I need at least a 155-160 score and need tips on the best way to [...]