## Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

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ChiCubs14

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### Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

Does every logic game fall into these categories?

If that's the case then what was the mulch game from the June LSAT...I took the June test and canceled my score, but I just recently looked at the logic games again and I definitely could have figured these out with the amount of practice I've had since then...

My question then again then...are there some games that aren't in any category?

I'm hoping the games will be similar in October!

Hannibal

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### Re: Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

Circular reasoning and pattern games don't really fall in those IMO, though a Superprep test treats a circular reasoning as a linear with really weird rules.

ChiCubs14

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### Re: Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

was the mulch game considered a "circular reasoning game"??

3|ink

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### Re: Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

I think the Mulch game was simple sequencing. The only difference from standard sequencing games was that the variables occurred more than once.

Anaconda

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### Re: Every LG in these Categories "grouping" "linear" "hybrid"?

ChiCubs14 wrote:was the mulch game considered a "circular reasoning game"??

Circular reasoning games actually involve circles, usually involving people sitting at a table across from one other. I don't think they're too difficult, but the only one I tried was on the easier side. Good thing they're very rare.

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