The first time people see a logic game on an LSAT practice test...

They often have no idea what to do. It's a mystery to everyone.

What's absolutely essential in our LSAT prep is using real logic games from real, past LSAT's.

The 12 lessons in this course target each of the games in the three LSAT practice tests you can access for free online

  • PrepTest 71

  • PrepTest 73

  • PrepTest 90+ (the May 2020 LSAT-Flex)

Are you stressed about the logic games section of LSAT?

Worried about whether you'll ever be able to solve any of these puzzles, and whether you will ever be able to reach your target score?

At the end of the course, you'll feel more relaxed when you take the test and feel less worried about getting a good score on the test. You'll get step-by-step instructions on how to tackle the logic games.

Course curriculum

    1. Introduction to logic games (bure sure to scroll down and read all this!)

    2. 1. PrepTest 71 - Game 1 - "loose sequencing" game ("A movie studio...")

    3. 2. PrepTest 73 - Game 1 - "loose sequencing" ("A record producer is planning the contents of a CD...")

    4. 3. PrepTest 71 - Game 4 - "strict sequencing" ("A museum curator is arranging seven paintings...")

    5. 4. PrepTest 71 - Game 2 - a "grouping" game ("The applications of seven job candidates...")

    1. 5. PrepTest 73 - Game 3 - a "grouping" game ("During the seventeenth century, three families...")

    2. 6. PrepTest 73 - Game 2 - grouping AND sequencing ("At a business symposium there will be exactly five speakers...")

    3. 7. PrepTest 71 - Game 3 - a "double-layer sequencing" game ("A six week literature course...")

    1. 8. "PrepTest 90+" (the May 2020 LSAT-Flex) - Game 1 - "double-layer sequencing" game ("An investigator is trying to determine the order...")

    2. 9. "PrepTest 90+" (the May 2020 LSAT-Flex) - Game 2 - "grouping and sequencing" game ("Six coworkers - Faye, Gary, Henry, Jasmine, Luis, and Martha...")

    3. 10. "PrepTest 90+" (the May 2020 LSAT-Flex) - Game 3 - a "grouping" game ("An academic society will hold exactly six meetings...")

    4. 11. "PrepTest 90+" (the May 2020 LSAT-Flex) - a "strict sequencing" game ("During an eight-day theater festival...")

    5. 12. PrepTest 73 - Game 4 - a "grouping" game ("A florist is filling a customer's order for three bouquets...")

About this course

  • $360.00
  • 13 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content
  • 12 Video Lessons

    Over 2.5 hours of video lessons broken down into detailed micro-lessons and ordered to maximize your understanding.

  • Homework Assignments

    We'll guide you toward building up your skills with "homework" assignments - giving you a chance to tackle logic games from other real LSAT PrepTests, in a very specific order.

  • Organized by Game Type

    Sequencing & Grouping Games
    Double-layer Sequencing Games
    LSAT-Flex and mixed games

Pricing Plans

Choose the Pricing Plan that works for you. Access immediately with both plans.