LSAT Logic Game Zephyr Airlines Explanation Video

I just made a video explanation for the third LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTest 40 (June 2003 LSAT). It's the "Zephyr Airlines" game (nonstop flights between cities: Honolulu, Montreal, Philadelphia, Toronto, and Vancouver).

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



For more, see my more-detailed written Logic Games explanations available on the blog.


  1. Wow. This is the kind of question that keeps me up at night.

  2. Hi Steve,
    For these "exceptionally" hard LG, will the test makers account for that in the scaled grading? For instance, a raw score of 75 normally equates to about a 158-159, would a raw score of 75 on this be a 160+ since many people will get this game wrong? Or is it just a toss up and whoever gets the mapping/rare game just gets a lower score than people on other years without it?

  3. Great video and idea. I think that such non-stop flights are very convenient. I also wanted to fly non-stop on a business trip. That's why I booked business class flights to Helsinki, Finland when no other company could find a suitable flight for me. Thanks to the specialists, I was satisfied with the conditions and the price of the ticket. And my trip was on time that I wanted.