This video demonstrates important techniques for solving LSAT logic games questions, as shown through June 2007 LSAT Game 3.

These techniques include:

  • Creating an effective diagram
  • Making critical deductions
  • The importance of focusing on where variables can’t go
  • How using your previous work can save you lots of time
  • How to work smarter, not harder, to get the correct answer

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  • Stacy

    Sweet nice lesson.

  • Tommy

    On question 14, it seems that J can also occupy slot 2. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    Best Regards

  • SimuGator


    It appears as if you are correct. In Question 14, J can occupy slot 2. So if you pause at 6:32 in the video, imagine that a “J” could also go in slot 2 along with “M” and “T”

    Because this is a “must be true” question, our analysis isn’t affected. (A) and (C) certainly -could- be true, but only (E) -must- be true. This is depicted by the blue arrow in our solution for that problem.

    Thank you for bringing that to our attention. It shows that you are indeed on top of your LSAT game.

    Best Regards,

    SimuGator Team

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