Below, you'll find categorizations by question-type, details on how LSAC creates the "LSAT curve," and other random stuff that may interest you, especially if you're shooting for a higher score.

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Logic Games

Logical Reasoning

Reading Comp



LSAT PrepTest # and dates administered conversion

Answer keys for every LSAT PrepTest

Raw score conversion charts for every LSAT PrepTest

LSAT graph / spreadsheet: how many questions to score 170 and 160

Withdrawn LSAT questions | item removed from scoring

The most common answer choice on the LSAT

The best answer choice to guess on the LSAT

Chances of same answer choice in a row on the LSAT

Easiest LSAT curve: December | hardest LSAT curve: June

The LSAT curve: test-equating at LSAC (series: 1 of 5)

Why the LSAT isn't scored on a curve: myth and fact (2 of 5)

The experimental section and difficulty of LSAT questions (3 of 5)

LSAT question difficulty ratings (4 of 5)

Creating the LSAT's raw score conversion chart (aka "curve") (5 of 5)

Scientific proof that LSAT studying makes you "smarter"

Logic Games

LSAT Logic Games categorized by type (PrepTests 19-38)

LSAT Logic Games classification list (PrepTests 39-51 + June 2007)

LSAT Logic Games classification list (newer PrepTests)

7 LSAT Logic Games repeated on future PrepTests

10 hardest LSAT Logic Games

LSAT Logic Games Practice | 7 games to do before Test Day

Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning spreadsheets

Sufficient assumption questions | tips and categorization

5 hardest Logical Reasoning questions

List of difficult Logical Reasoning questions

15 common Logical Reasoning topics

Reading Comprehension

5 hardest LSAT Reading Comprehension passages

Reading Comprehension passage topics

LSAT Reading Comp passages, categorized