• This is game 4 solutions for the December LSAT. I know Danny posted some in his post, but here is another way to setup/attack game 4 that you guys might find useful! This game was a defined grouping game that if set up correctly was not too difficult, but the way the game starts out it might lead you into a different set up.

    First we have 5 volunteers H, J, K, M and N being assigned to 3…Read More

  • This is game 4 solutions for the December LSAT. I know Danny posted some in his post, but here is another way to setup/attack game 4 that you guys might find useful! This game was a defined grouping game that if set up correctly was not too difficult, but the way the game starts out it might lead you into a different set up.

    First we have 5 volunteers H, J, K, M and N being assigned to 3…Read More

  • This is game 4 solutions for the December LSAT. I know Danny posted some in his post, but here is another way to setup/attack game 4 that you guys might find useful! This game was a defined grouping game that if set up correctly was not too difficult, but the way the game starts out it might lead you into a different set up.

    First we have 5 volunteers H, J, K, M and N being assigned to 3…Read More

  • Pattern games are rare on the LSAT but they have existed. There was also a pattern game on the June 2014 test. And if you want more practice with pattern games there have been a few on old tests,  such as Pt 9 game 3, PT 10, game 3, PT 13, game 4, PT 16 game 4, PT 20 game 3, PT 23 game 4 to name a few. The LSAT has been bringing back more “rare” types on all sections of the test. Just…Read More

  • Just to reiterate some points already made. Generally I am a strong advocate that more time will always be useful and your score will go up if you continue to study for longer periods of time. The only reason you’d “forget” concepts is if you just stopped continually studying between February and June. However, it does sound from what your saying that you will probably be ready to write…Read More

  • Hey I just wanted to give my two cents about your diagnostic score. Don’t feel discouraged! I’ve worked with tons of people studying for the LSAT and most students that I’ve worked with have a diagnostic test score in the 130’s — and as long as you are willing to put in the effort to study and learn how to properly attack questions there is no reason you shouldn’t end up with a 160+…Read More

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