Sudoku Puzzles for LSAT Logic Games Prep


"Sudoku for LSAT prep - on STEROIDS!"

If you're into sudoku, you've probably heard of DJAPE. His Samurai Sudoku puzzles appear in the Washington Post and many others around the world.

He's been kind enough to work with me to put together another sudoku book - a collection of sudoku puzzles and sudoku variants exclusively for LSAT Blog readers - LSAT Blog's More Sudoku Puzzles for LSAT Prep.

LSAT Blog Sudoku Book Covers



But why are there TWO books in the photo?

Because I've also put together a book of 208 easy-to-medium difficulty sudoku puzzles, along with a brief introduction to sudoku.


"What are sudoku variants?"

They're puzzles just like regular sudoku, only with a twist.

Sudoku variants can include things like:

outside sudoku, consecutive sudoku, jigsaw sudoku, diagonal sudoku, and tridoku.

If you've never heard of these variants, don't worry. The book explains how to approach all the included puzzles in the introduction.


This book contains 50 sudoku variant puzzles along with 300 regular sudoku puzzles. 

That's 350 puzzles altogether!


The puzzles are placed in order of increasing difficulty, and we've included the answers at the very end so that you can check your work or sneak a peek.


You can have this on your computer within minutes, and you can print out as many copies as you need.

You can print and carry a few of them with you, rather than having to carry an entire book. You can also print out multiple copies of the same puzzle so that you can do and redo it without having to erase.



Why practice sudoku for LSAT prep?

Many of you have been asking me for a good way to prepare for the Logic Games section without getting into the actual LSAT material.

And solving a sudoku puzzle requires a little something nerds call "deductive reasoning."

Basically - making inferences!

Sound familiar? It's the exact same thing you have to do in LSAT Logic Games, so sudoku's a great tool for developing the skills you need.



This sudoku book is for you:

if you plan to take the LSAT down the road and want to get an early start on your prep 

if you don't want to expose yourself to the limited number of real LSAT Logic Games out there

if you just want to take a break from the LSAT without completely wasting your time on social media and Netflix


Get both books (208 regular sudoku and DJAPE's book) for only $17.94:



Get your copy of DJAPE's book for only $9.97:

LSAT Blog's More Sudoku Puzzles for LSAT Prep


Get your copy of the 208 regular sudoku book for only $7.97:

LSAT Blog's Sudoku Puzzles for LSAT Prep


Fun Facts:

-This is a PDF available for instant download after submitting payment via PayPal.

-If you're already registered with PayPal, the instant download link will be sent to your PayPal email address. Otherwise, it'll be sent to whichever email address you submit.


P.S. DJAPE's book when paired with the one containing 208 easy-to-medium difficulty puzzles is a lethal combination.







4 comments:

  1. Can you please release this as an android app, or maybe as a supplement to Open Sodoku?

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  2. Sorry, but I don't have the necessary skills related to app programming - I generally stick to LSAT-related stuff. :)

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  3. Hey Steve,

    I love your blog and the great work that you do for all of us. Although I agree with the above poster... There seems to be a HUGE gap in LSAT related stuff for iPhone/iPad. Perhaps an opportunity?

    I know you don't do app design, but you don't make soduko puzzles either! If you run into someone in NY that does this perhaps you can partner with them to create the first GOOD LSAT prep app.

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  4. Hi Steve,

    I have heard that sudoku is very similar to lsat logic games. I am struggling with that session and I am quite a master sudoku person been doing that for over 6 years and is my favourite game. I want to know how can I apply sudoku into this session as that would help me a lot.

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