LSAT Logic Game Seminars Explanation Video

I just made a video explanation for the third LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTest 52 (September 2007 LSAT). It's the "seminars" game (short and long seminars on Goals, Objections, Persuasion, Humor, Negotiating, Telemarketing, and Sales at a training conference).

I explained all questions in one video that's just under 7 minutes. (Get more free LSAT videos.)



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


  1. In the inital set up for this game, is there a reason why we do not designate each row as being long and short. It seems weird to label them am and pm.

  2. Your initial diagram doesn't seem to be fully flushed out. We know from the rules that T can not be the first seminar in the second day, N cannot be the first seminar in the first day. We also know that G, O and P cannot be the last seminar scheduled in conference and therefore know that the last seminar of conference must be a long one. And since last seminar is a long one then the first seminar on the last day is a short one.

  3. Here's how I drew it:

    G P O
    H N T

    I don't understand how this isn't valid. Long and shorts are given on the same day. G + O come before T. And P was given before N (earlier in the same day, but it still came before)

    1. I should mention this was for Question 16.