LSAT Logic Games

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LSAT Logic Games

Postby NJcollegestudent » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:17 am

I have ordered the three lsac books plus the superprep and the logic games bible. While i wait for the last two books to arrive, are there any websites with practice lsat logic games.

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Re: LSAT Logic Games

Postby Anaconda » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:19 am

Learn to do the games before you practice them (LGB).

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Re: LSAT Logic Games

Postby Atlas LSAT Teacher » Fri Jun 18, 2010 10:18 am

We've written a bunch of LSAT-like logic games: (it's part of how we train our teachers - we make them write a game). I agree that you should not simply dive into doing tons of games. The way we structure our classes is that we have students do a game unprepared to expose them to the state of unknowing which can happen when you take the LSAT regardless of how much you prepare, and then we develop the diagram/approach, and then the students practice that on lots of games. But you don't want to practice a lot of games without a strategy as you're likely to be reinforcing bad habits.

Good luck!

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Re: LSAT Logic Games

Postby LSAT Blog » Fri Jun 18, 2010 10:29 am

I've written several of my own Logic Games (LinkRemoved). You can read the explanations and comments as you're working through them while you wait for your books. This can serve as a general overview, but I do agree with the previous responses - you should learn the strategies before working through several games.

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Re: LSAT Logic Games

Postby Jack Smirks » Fri Jun 18, 2010 10:39 am

Question: I learned the logic games through the Princeton Review strategies but I would like to tighten my LG up. Does the Powerscore LG bible strategy differ from the Princeton Review strategy? If so is it better/worse and would it be difficult to develop the powerscore strategy since I have become used to Princeton?

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Re: LSAT Logic Games

Postby tomwatts » Fri Jun 18, 2010 11:02 am

There are some definite differences. I, as a Princeton Review teacher, hate it when my students use the Bibles because then I have to tell them to stop doing some of the things they picked up from there; LG games approaches are coherent things, and if you mix and match approaches, you're just as likely to create a Frankenstein approach that doesn't work as you are to make something good (if you're not careful).

So use it at your own risk. The approaches do differ, though not enormously, and you may end up confusing yourself.

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