Sample instructional games. The central challenge of the LSAT games is that it requires manipulating visual data. The problem of the logic games requiring expensive instruction is discussed in the Atlantic article “Is the LSAT rigged against the poor.”

The Logic Games section is extremely visual. To answer a set of questions successfully, you need to draw diagrams and charts. It’s difficult to master those techniques by reading about them in a book. It’s easier to watch someone actually draw the questions out and coach you as you work through them.

Ordering Game

Tree Ordering Game

Contrapositive

In-Out

Grouping Game