This LSAT Blog post lists all the Logic Games-related blog posts you should read toward the beginning of your prep.

I've listed them in the specific order in which you should read them, along with the relevant Logic Games you should complete from LSAT PrepTests 52-61.

Use my LSAT Logic Games Cheat Sheet as a quick-reference, and you can use my Logic Games Guide and Mastering Logic Games for extra LG guidance and a focus on question-solving strategies.

Also consider doing some sudoku puzzles. They're a nice break from actual LSAT Logic Games, but they still allow you to practice LSAT-style deductions. This game is good, too.

This is all meant to accompany the initial Logic Games portion of my LSAT study schedules, while giving you more specific guidance on when to read which blog post and when to do each Logic Game.

Enjoy!

I've listed them in the specific order in which you should read them, along with the relevant Logic Games you should complete from LSAT PrepTests 52-61.

Use my LSAT Logic Games Cheat Sheet as a quick-reference, and you can use my Logic Games Guide and Mastering Logic Games for extra LG guidance and a focus on question-solving strategies.

Also consider doing some sudoku puzzles. They're a nice break from actual LSAT Logic Games, but they still allow you to practice LSAT-style deductions. This game is good, too.

This is all meant to accompany the initial Logic Games portion of my LSAT study schedules, while giving you more specific guidance on when to read which blog post and when to do each Logic Game.

Enjoy!

Read the following before starting LSAT Logic Games:

Learn about (the lack of) scratch paper in Logic Games:

Scratch Paper on LSAT Logic Games?

LSAT Logic Games Section - Scrap Paper Not Allowed

Learn some Logic Games vocabulary and conditional indicator words:

LSAT Logic Games Vocabulary Words and Phrases

LSAT Words: "Except" "unless" "until" and "without" mean...

LSAT Logic | Necessary vs Sufficient Conditions

General tips on approaching the Logic Games section:

How I Learned to Love LSAT Logic Games

How to Ace LSAT Logic Games | 7 Habits

5 Reasons I Secretly Enjoy Logic Games

Starting LSAT Logic Games

The following lists of games are taken from my Logic Games categorization for LSAT PrepTests 52-61. Read the categorization in order to understand what the different categories mean.

Along the lines of what I recommend in my more popular LSAT study schedules, I'm including every game from LSATPrepTests 52-61 (and no others). I've presented the games in a rough order of difficulty within each of the categories. All page numbers are from 10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests.

Feel free to complete more games from the Logic Games categorization if you want more practice.

I refer to PrepTests by # rather than date. If your materials refer to them by date, use LSAT PrepTests and Dates Administered to translate dates into #s.

(Please note: For any of the free Logic Games on the blog, you can also download them as one big free LSAT Logic Games PDF.)

Relative Ordering/Sequencing (aka Pure Sequencing)

Complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Pure Sequencing, then read this step-by-step explanation and this other explanation (Logic Games Pure Sequencing Diagram | Explanation).

Complete the following Pure Sequencing Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 16

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 98

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 3 - p. 142

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 19

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 53

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 2 - p. 349

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 305

Strict Ordering/Sequencing (aka Basic Linear)

Complete my Basic Linear Logic Game (this: Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Easy Version and/or this: Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Difficult Version), then read this step-by-step explanation for it.

Then read:

Logic Game | Basic and Advanced Linear | Limited Options

Then complete the following Basic Linear Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 188

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 152

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 1 - p. 240

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 189

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 261

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 263

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 306

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 351

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 2 - p. 141

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 99

Multi-level Ordering/Sequencing (aka Advanced Linear)

Complete the following Advanced Linear Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 260

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 54

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 18

Also complete these two games that are similar to each other:

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 55

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 155

Then complete these Advanced Linear Logic Games:

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 304

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 307

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 2 - p. 97

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 4 - p. 143

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 242

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Advanced Linear, and read the explanation.

Grouping: Selection / In-Out

Learn about formal logic in Logic Games:

Conditional Reasoning: Contrapositive, Mistaken Reversal, Mistaken Negation

Logic Games Tips | Conditional Reasoning

Then complete the following Grouping: In-Out / Selection Logic Games, in this order:

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Selection / In-Out, then read my Logic Games Selection | In-Out Diagram Explanation.

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Games | Grouping: Selection (Defined), read my Logic Game | Grouping: Selection (Defined) Diagram | Explanation.

Then complete the following two games, both of which have numerical distribution elements:

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 262

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 243

Grouping: Splitting

Complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Splitting, then read the explanation (LSAT Logic Game Explanation | Grouping: Splitting).

Then complete the following Grouping: Splitting Logic Game:

Grouping: Matching

Then complete the following Grouping: Matching Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 52

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 1 - p. 140

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 17

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 191

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 153

Then complete Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Matching, then read my Logic Games Matching Diagram | Explanation.

Combination

Finally, test your skills by completing the following games that combine elements of different game types:

Linear / Grouping: In-Out

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 350

Grouping: Splitting / Grouping: In-and-Out

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 154

Grouping: In-and-Out / Grouping: Matching

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 190

In between doing everything above, or afterward, check out these lists of Logic Games:

10 Hardest LSAT Logic Games

7 LSAT Logic Games Repeated on Future PrepTests

LSAT Logic Games Practice | 7 Games To Do Before Test Day

After doing everything above, check out my explanations for some recent Logic Games:

LSAT PrepTest Explanations for Logic Games

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I've also made available written explanations for actual LSAT Logic Games of each type so you have some guidance as you begin your study of each game type.

Learn about (the lack of) scratch paper in Logic Games:

Scratch Paper on LSAT Logic Games?

LSAT Logic Games Section - Scrap Paper Not Allowed

Learn some Logic Games vocabulary and conditional indicator words:

LSAT Logic Games Vocabulary Words and Phrases

LSAT Words: "Except" "unless" "until" and "without" mean...

LSAT Logic | Necessary vs Sufficient Conditions

General tips on approaching the Logic Games section:

How I Learned to Love LSAT Logic Games

How to Ace LSAT Logic Games | 7 Habits

5 Reasons I Secretly Enjoy Logic Games

Starting LSAT Logic Games

The following lists of games are taken from my Logic Games categorization for LSAT PrepTests 52-61. Read the categorization in order to understand what the different categories mean.

Along the lines of what I recommend in my more popular LSAT study schedules, I'm including every game from LSATPrepTests 52-61 (and no others). I've presented the games in a rough order of difficulty within each of the categories. All page numbers are from 10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests.

Feel free to complete more games from the Logic Games categorization if you want more practice.

I refer to PrepTests by # rather than date. If your materials refer to them by date, use LSAT PrepTests and Dates Administered to translate dates into #s.

(Please note: For any of the free Logic Games on the blog, you can also download them as one big free LSAT Logic Games PDF.)

Relative Ordering/Sequencing (aka Pure Sequencing)

Complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Pure Sequencing, then read this step-by-step explanation and this other explanation (Logic Games Pure Sequencing Diagram | Explanation).

Complete the following Pure Sequencing Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 16

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 98

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 3 - p. 142

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 19

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 53

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 2 - p. 349

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 305

Strict Ordering/Sequencing (aka Basic Linear)

Complete my Basic Linear Logic Game (this: Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Easy Version and/or this: Free LSAT Logic Games | Linear | Difficult Version), then read this step-by-step explanation for it.

Then read:

Logic Game | Basic and Advanced Linear | Limited Options

Then complete the following Basic Linear Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 188

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 152

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 1 - p. 240

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 189

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 261

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 263

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 306

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 351

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 2 - p. 141

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 99

Multi-level Ordering/Sequencing (aka Advanced Linear)

Complete the following Advanced Linear Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 1 - p. 260

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 54

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 3 - p. 18

Also complete these two games that are similar to each other:

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 55

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 155

Then complete these Advanced Linear Logic Games:

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 304

PrepTest 60, Section 2, Game 4 - p. 307

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 2 - p. 97

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 4 - p. 143

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 242

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Advanced Linear, and read the explanation.

Grouping: Selection / In-Out

Learn about formal logic in Logic Games:

Conditional Reasoning: Contrapositive, Mistaken Reversal, Mistaken Negation

Logic Games Tips | Conditional Reasoning

Then complete the following Grouping: In-Out / Selection Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 54, Section 3, Game 1 - p. 96

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 2 - p. 241Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Selection / In-Out, then read my Logic Games Selection | In-Out Diagram Explanation.

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Games | Grouping: Selection (Defined), read my Logic Game | Grouping: Selection (Defined) Diagram | Explanation.

Then complete the following two games, both of which have numerical distribution elements:

PrepTest 59, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 262

PrepTest 58, Section 3, Game 4 - p. 243

Grouping: Splitting

Complete my Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Splitting, then read the explanation (LSAT Logic Game Explanation | Grouping: Splitting).

Then complete the following Grouping: Splitting Logic Game:

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 1 - p. 348

Grouping: Matching

Then complete the following Grouping: Matching Logic Games, in this order:

PrepTest 53, Section 2, Game 1 - p. 52

PrepTest 55, Section 4, Game 1 - p. 140

PrepTest 52, Section 2, Game 2 - p. 17

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 4 - p. 191

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 2 - p. 153

Then complete my Free LSAT Logic Games | Grouping: Matching | Templates, then read my Logic Game Grouping: Matching Templates Diagram | Explanation.

Then complete Free LSAT Logic Game | Grouping: Matching, then read my Logic Games Matching Diagram | Explanation.

Combination

Finally, test your skills by completing the following games that combine elements of different game types:

Linear / Grouping: In-Out

PrepTest 61, Section 3, Game 3 - p. 350

Grouping: Splitting / Grouping: In-and-Out

PrepTest 56, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 154

Grouping: In-and-Out / Grouping: Matching

PrepTest 57, Section 1, Game 3 - p. 190

In between doing everything above, or afterward, check out these lists of Logic Games:

10 Hardest LSAT Logic Games

7 LSAT Logic Games Repeated on Future PrepTests

LSAT Logic Games Practice | 7 Games To Do Before Test Day

After doing everything above, check out my explanations for some recent Logic Games:

LSAT PrepTest Explanations for Logic Games

***

I've also made available written explanations for actual LSAT Logic Games of each type so you have some guidance as you begin your study of each game type.

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