With less than three weeks until the June LSAT, it’s time to buckle down on studying. This week we’re offering one important last-minute tip for each LSAT section. Yesterday we tackled Reading Comprehension; today we’re talking Logic Games.
We’ve previously discussed how to find deductions and scenarios for different Logic Games, and that’s probably the most important overall skill you’ll need in order to crush the Logic Games section. However, as we head into the final weeks before the June LSAT, there’s one relatively small tweak that could significantly help your speed and understanding of each game: Making sure that your set-up and rules are as neat, clear, and accurate as possible.