LSAT Logic Game Fruit Stand Video

I just made a video explanation for the first LSAT Logic Game from PrepTest 36 (December 2001 LSAT). It's the "fruit stand"game (figs, kiwis, oranges, pears, tangerines, and watermelons).

I explained all questions in one video that's just under 15 minutes. (Get more free LSAT videos.)



For more, see related conditional reasoning tips and more-detailed written Logic Games explanations available on the blog.

1 comment:

  1. First: thank you for making these videos. The videos help to confirm my line of reasoning and seeing your method of diagramming has helped a lot.

    Second: in your experience, is it usual that if the test makers present a harder than usual game, they will in turn present an easier than usual game? For example, with PT 36, game 1 was a bit harder than usual. However, game 2 of that same test (even though it was 7 questions long) was ridiculously easy.