×
Every problem might not have a solution right now, but don’t forget that but every solution was once a problem.

# Note for Logical Games - LG By Placement Factory

• Logical Games - LG
• Note
• Logical Reasoning
• 4326 Views
0 User(s)

#### Text from page-1

3 logic games basics When we first begin preparing for the LSAT, we are, in general, far better prepared to tackle the Logical Reasoning or Reading Comprehension sections than we are the Logic Games section. In large part, that is because the things that we have to do and the thoughts we have to have for Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension questions don’t seem as foreign to us. Logic games are unique to the LSAT, and they are the most abstract aspect of the exam. They are abstract in that they have very little to do with real life, and playing them well is about handling a series of arbitrary rules. They really are games. The Logic Games section is also commonly the most learnable of all sections. Countless people have started out absolutely lost as to how to solve Logic Games and ended up becoming Logic Games masters. In large part, this is because there is great commonality to all games, and all games questions follow fairly predictable design patterns. The games you see on your exam will be just like the games you see in your practice, if you know what to look for. When you think of most games from real life—Monopoly, Sudoku, poker, and such—you know that you can get better at them by learning and utilizing effective strategies, and by getting experience playing them. That’s also absolutely true about Logic Games. But when you start out, it sure can be tough to believe that you will ever conquer the Logic Games section. You can do it. This book is going to help. By the time we are through, there will be nothing about a game that surprises you, and you will have systems to handle every possible situation that can arise. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Try your hand at the game that appears on the next page before moving further. Lesson 3: Logic Games Basics | 43