Last week on Twitter, a reader asked us what type of LSAT question is the most difficult. That’s actually a trickier question than you may think, for a couple reasons: First, there’s plenty of variation within each question type. There are easy and really hard questions among every question type. And secondly, it depends a lot on the LSAT test-taker. You probably have your own personal favorites and least favorites.
But answering tricky questions is how we roll here, so here are our contenders for the most difficult LSAT questions – and how to tackle ‘em.
The Most Difficult Type of LSAT Question I: Laura says LG rule substitution questions
You know those questions on LSAT Logic Games where it asks you to replace one of the rules in the game with a new rule that has the safe effect?