It’s well-noted that Logic Games are highly predictable in nature, with certain types recurring from test to test.
For many, Logic Games are initially the most difficult - but most improvable - of the 3 kinds of LSAT multiple-choice sections. Thankfully, analytical reasoning can be mastered more easily with intensive practice than can something like, say, the LSAT Reading Comprehension section.
There’s good news and bad news about LSAT Writing.
The good news: LSAT test-takers (probably you or soon to be you) no longer must complete a writing sample shortly after 5 LSAT multiple choice sections. The bad news: a higher standard of writing will likely be expected. Read on to learn more.
Roughly defined as the ability to think critically about carefully crafted text and then fulfill a specifically stated task, Logical Reasoning is a law school requirement and will be one of the defining features of your job as a lawyer.
Every LSAT PrepTest™ since the dawn of man has included 2 Logical Reasoning sections. LR accounts for half of the LSAT’s scored sections and is given top priority on the test.