LSAT Games

    • July 5, 2016 at 11:40 am #2225

      It is evident in reviewing the breakdown of my most recent practice test that I am struggling with games, not a surprise there. I can do the diagram, I can symbolize the rules, and make the necessary deductions…. where I get messed up is in those specific and most definitely complex questions… I mean, dammit, If I just figure this out for the purpose of accuracy, I can work on pace. I struggle with working on pace (despite outside suggestions) when I have no confidence in what I am doing on these questions.

      I’m just not getting how to diagram in the specific and/or even complex situations where possibilities must be considered in order to find the right answer.

      I have so many situations where I attempt the questions and more than 2 answer choices are correct… at that point, hahaha, I just bubble in C, because I just don’t want to go back.

      Are there any step by step procedures on how to not only do games and understand placement of values. It’s like I get the games but I can’t often make sense of the placements, not enough for me to convince that what I am doing is absolutely correct.

      Anything will help, folks.


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