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The Easter Bunny Drops Off an LSAT Logic Game

Easter was yesterday, and by all reports the Easter Bunny had another successful campaign. But before any old rabbit can gain the title of Easter Bunny, he must audition.

Here’s an LSAT Logic Game on that very subject:

Seven bunny-rabbits: Fluffy, Harry, Jack, Playboy, Roger, Trix, and Velveteen, each audition exactly once for a position as Easter Bunny. No two rabbits audition at the same time. The following must obtain:

Roger and Playboy audition consecutively.
Velveteen auditions before Jack or after Trix, but not both.
Fluffy auditions after Trix and before Roger.
Harry auditions at some time after Fluffy.

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Save Santa in This Very Merry LSAT Logic Game

At the risk of sounding like the terrible e-card I just got from Time Warner, happy holidays from all of us here at Blueprint!

I have no idea whether you’ve been naughty or nice, but as you’ll soon learn in law school, those kind of subjective judgments are all in the eye of the beholder. So here’s a very Christmas-y LSAT Logic game either way.


This Christmas, due to the lingering effects of the recession, along with increased competition from online retailers and digital downloads, Santa Claus has been forced to cut costs to remain competitive. He has outsourced gift production to India (largely due to the high demands of the Elves Union), and has downsized his reindeer squad to 7: Blitzen, Cupid, Dasher, Komet, Prancer, Vixen, and, of course, Rudolph.

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Don’t Be Spooked By This LSAT Logic Game Hayride

Halloween is just around the corner, but if you’re studying for the December LSAT you probably haven’t had time to think about it. Allow me to put you in the Halloween mode with this fall-themed LSAT logic game:

Hayride: A school has taken a number of first, second, and third graders on a field trip to a pumpkin patch. Some of these children will get to go on a hayride. Three trucks will be used for the hayrides. One truck is red, one truck is green, and one truck is black. Each truck will give only one hayride, and each hayride will transport at least one child. The following conditions apply:

The red truck transports three children, none of whom are in the second grade.

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Recent LSAC Trends to Watch For On the October LSAT

The October LSAT is little more than a week away, so it’s a good time to look at some trends on recent LSATs. Keep in mind that we at Blueprint LSAT Prep don’t have ESP, nor do we have spies at LSAC, and therefore we can’t know which trends will continue on October’s LSAT and which ones won’t. Take everything below with a grain of salt.

First, the big one: In case you haven’t heard, LSAT test takers this June were surprised to find that each LSAT logic game was spread over two pages rather than one. This leaves much more room to write out scratch work. LSAC has confirmed that this will continue. If you haven’t done so yet, take a look at this June’s LSAT so you can see how the new format looks.

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64 Days Until the LSAT: Which Mario Kart Character are You?

Today is undoubtedly a momentous day in the life of any October LSAT test-taker. There are 64 days until the October LSAT. Wait…you don’t know the significance of the number 64? You poor, simple children. 64 days until the October LSAT is noteworthy because of its relation to the most groundbreaking piece of technology invented in our lifetime: the Nintendo 64.

In honor of this (inevitable) coincidence, we will break down how the LSAT prep is coming along for the characters from Mario Kart, Nintendo 64’s most celebrated game.

Yoshi: The LSAT doesn’t seem too well suited to this happy go lucky dinosaur. His long tongue has impressive grappling capabilities, but this won’t help when it comes to Logical Reasoning.