For today, here's the logical reasoning data broken out into task strand. The first number after the strand or task name is the number of questions allocated on the December 2010 LSAT, and the (+/-x) is the deviation from what we expected based on the average across all modern PrepTests.
We did the same analysis for both the reading comprehension and logic games sections.
For the most part, the predicted values were right on target. Even the ones that weren't were in tasks we have already identified as highly volatile across different PrepTests, like justify in the principles strand. Evaluating evidence use still appears to be on the downswing, with the extra questions divided between assumptions, extrapolation, and principles.
Overall, a very standard set of logical reasoning sections with nothing much to comment on beyond the global trends we already found.
Analyze Logical Structure 10
- Main Conclusion 3 (+1)
- [Piece] Plays [Role] in Argument 1
- Argumentative Strategy Employed 2
- Fix by Removing 4
Identify Assumptions 9 (+1)
Extrapolation Logic 8 (+1)
Principles 8 (+3)
Analyze Details from Different Sources 4
- Resolve Discrepancy 4
- Point at Issue 0
- Most Similar in Flawed Reasoning 2
- Most Similar in Reasoning 1