LSAT Logic Games

LSAT Logic Games

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Manhattan Prep’s LSAT Logic Games guide, fully updated for the digital exam, is an essential tool for the LSAT section that everyone loves to hate. Manhattan Prep’s LSAT guides use officially-released LSAT questions and are written by the company’s instructors, who have all scored a 172 or higher on the official LSAT—we know how to earn a great score and we know how to teach you to do the same.

This guide will train you to approach LSAT logic games as a 99th-percentile test-taker does:

  • Recognize every type of game
  • Make valid inferences
  • Diagram quickly and accurately
  • Predict correct answers and spot trap answers
  • Take advantage of the digital format to work quickly and strategically

You will have access to many practice problems and extensive solutions:
  • Timed drill sets made up of real LSAT questions to help you absorb and apply what you’ve learned
  • In-depth solutions, including hand-drawn diagrams and step-by-step analysis
  • Access to complete solutions for all of the logic games in PrepTests 40–70


Manhattan Prep:
In 2000, Teach for America alumnus and Yale graduate Zeke Vanderhoek had a radical idea: students learn better from better teachers. His vision of what test prep could be if written and taught by great educators led him to start Manhattan Prep. Since we began, Manhattan Prep has grown from a boutique tutoring company to one of the world’s leading test prep providers, offering GMAT, GRE, LSAT, ACT, and SAT courses and tutoring worldwide.

We believe test prep should be real education. From our instructors to our materials, we work to teach you the skills you’ll need to succeed on the test, in school, and beyond.