Blueprint LSAT Blog: Advice on Logic Games

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Can You Have Scratch Paper When Taking the LSAT?

Sitting for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) can be quite daunting. With months of rigorous LSAT preparation and stress management, the LSAT testing day is typically one filled with anxiety and uncertainty.  On such a tense day you don’t want to be left panic-stricken, wondering whether you are following all the  test rules. It

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Why You Should Take the LSAT in 2022: Logic Games Are Changing

What Are Logic Games? The LSAT diagnostic test is more complex than you think. You may have already heard that the analytical reasoning section of the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), affectionately referred to as Logic Games, is changing by creating more challenging logical reasoning questions.  For years, students have had to figure out how

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An Introduction to LSAT Logic Games

“What was that!?”  …was the very first thing I said after completing my first LSAT Analytical Reasoning, or “logic games,” section. No joke—I spun around in my seat and begged the question of the similarly stunned practice-test-takers seated behind me. So today, as I write this, it pleases me to think that I may be

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June 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

Semi-interesting news for all of you June LSAT testers, a third main test day will NOT be added for this administration. The main testing days will be Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th. Accommodated and international LSAT testing will be on Tuesday, June 14th. Great, now that we’ve got the logistical information sorted and

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April 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

With depositing deadlines now mostly behind us, we’re into the final cycle of law school applications for the current year! If anyone is wondering what is going on with this year’s admissions cycle, it’s been historically slow this year. The waitlist has been heavily weighed on for the past few years (yep, thank you COVID).

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One Trick That You Have to Master for Recent Logic Games

As someone who teaches and blogs about the LSAT, I’m always trying to follow the test very closely and discern which skills, concepts, and question types are being emphasized on recent tests. To be clear, since the LSAT took its current shape in 1991, it’s always tested the same broad set of skills, concepts, and

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The Deal With That Trading Buildings Game

It’s rare in this world to find something that everyone can agree upon. In the hours after the December 2016 LSAT, however, we found something that fits the bill: the Logic Game about companies trading buildings was all kinds of f***ed up. Well, last week, as happens every year this time, the exam was released.

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The Makers of the LSAT Are Playing (Logic) Games With Your Head

Gah! There have been some weird logic games lately. For a very long time, from the late 1990s until a few years ago, it seemed as if logic games had standardized. The vast majority of logic games asked you to put things in order, in groups, or both. The exact kind of ordering or grouping

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