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I realize they have different websites which makes me inclined to think they are not BUT, their free sample games are the exact same:
http://www.cambridgelsat.com/productdet ... actice/410
Seeing as I've done basically every game and I'm looking at not actual LSAT games for practice, I'm pretty confident these weren't pulled from any test but were generated by the respective websites. Also, I found these websites and the sample games from people/representatives that have linked them here and stated, "check out OUR sample games." So who's sample games are these lol? Any thoughts as to why they are the exact same?
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As you correctly stated, these games are not pulled from any test (LSAC would not have allowed them to be published online for free, haha). These games were written by Manhattan/Atlas employees.
Cambridge simply hosts them as part of its efforts to promote Manhattan/Atlas. On its website, Cambridge says, "Thanks to Manhattan LSAT, we extend to you the following Logic Game challenges. For those who have worked through all the actual LSAT Logic Games, these will feel familiar with just enough of a twist to hone your flexibility."
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