McGraw-Hill's Conquering LSAT Logic Games
Conquer the LSAT logic games with the help of elite Harvard Law School students
The LSAT's logic games section is anything but fun and games. These questions, which describe some situation involving six or seven people and then ask you, "If Chris is first in line, then who must be third?" or "If Anna sees the doctor on Monday, who sees the doctor on Tuesday?" strike terror into the hearts of many LSAT-takers. But if you're one of them, don't despair--you've found the expert help you're looking for.
This unique guide has been prepared by experts you know you can trust: a team of Harvard Law School students who all scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT! They'll show you how to handle every kind of logic game, how to diagram logical relationships, and how to use targeted logic tools to answer questions quickly and easily. Sequencing games, grouping games, mapping games--whatever the game type, you'll learn the techniques you need to solve most complex logic problem and find the correct answers.
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Chapter 7 Pattern Games
Chapter 8 Minimized and MaximizedVariable Games
Chapter 9 Two Practice LSAT Test Sections
All about the LSAT
Some Final Advice for Test Takers