Level Up Your LSAT Diagramming Skills With This Fun Quiz

Knowing how to diagram conditional claims is essential for every scored section of the LSAT. In LSAT Logical Reasoning, you have to diagram conditional claims very often with Must Be True, Must Be False, Could Be True, Sufficient, Necessary, Flaw,…

No LSAT Practice is Complete Without Logical Reasoning

LR is the most consistent section from test to test and makes up 50 percent of your LSAT score. Thus, your LSAT practice should focus largely on mastering this section. The majority of the questions revolve around only a few…

How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career

How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career In this week’s edition of MSS Logical Reasoning sample question, we examine the story of Farnold, a famous movie actor, who has come under fire for fathering an illegitimate child. Now, while…

The Turmoil of Shaker Nation

The Turmoil of Shaker Nation In this week’s sample logical reasoning question, Riley examines the case of the Los Angeles Shakers, and the fundamental disagreements between the team’s owner, Dr. Bus, and the team’s star player, Kohby. Should they get…

The Tragic LSAT Tale of Lisa Logan

The Tragic LSAT Tale of Lisa Logan We at MSS bring to you our second installment of practice logical reasoning questions. Today, Misha analyzes the story of Lisa Logan, and what steps we need to take to validly conclude that…

An LSAT logical reasoning question, compliments of Charlie Sheen.

An LSAT logical reasoning question, compliments of Charlie Sheen. As anyone knows, Charlie Sheen would ace the LSAT, much like he’s aced living; he’s not just winning, he’s bi-winning. However, the women trapped in his sordid web need to know…