LSAT Logic Game Architects' Designs Explanation Video

I just made a video explanation for the second LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTest 53 (December 2007 LSAT). It's the "architects' designs competition" game (Green, Jackson, Liu, Mertz, Peete, Valdez, and Yancy in the college student union building).

I explained all questions in one video that's just under 5 1/2 minutes. (Get more free LSAT videos.)



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


  1. How about laying out the four combinations of "or" statements? Is that efficient enough?

  2. Hi Steve,

    I was hoping to get a bit more feedback on question 8. I created 2 diagrams following the rules of the game. Choice E seemed like a good option to me as well, but I don't understand why A is the correct one. Both A and E are correct to me. In choice A, G needs to be before J, and I understand that. But in choice E, doesn't V need to be before G as well?

    1. I think I actually figured it out. Something I realize is difficult for me is to see the fluidity of these rules. Just because one rule needs to be enforced, doesn't mean another rule need to be enforced in the same way. All the rules need to be enforced, but for this one for example, V does not need to be before G and P, just because G needs to be before L and J in this question. My bad :-(

  3. I was expecting that I will get response on the question 6 in this game but unfortunately I didn't get it. I was looking for it because I want to get an answer regarding newsletter designs which was really exciting for me but unfortunately I didn't find it.

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