Wednesday, September 9, 2009

October 1996 Sample LSAT - Logic Games 13-18

The newest pencast of logic games explanations for the October 1996 Sample LSAT is live! This is a rare type of sequencing game with relatively few constraints, where all of the questions are conditionals.

We focus on showing you how structuring your approach to the logic game, and specifically paying attention to the order in which you answer the questions, makes the game easier and actually saves time on your investment with the diagram.

The LSAT is extremely focused in which rules it hinges the logic games around, and so we advocate taking the same approach to the analytical reasoning section: once you know which subset of the rules to zero in on, it's much easier to get your Zen on.