LSAT Analytical Reasoning Practice Questions
Here you'll find a series of LSAT Analytical Reasoning practice questions, all based on the same premise and rules. By LSAT standards, this game would be considered easier than average.
NOTE: During a 35-minute LSAT Analytical Reasoning section you'll encounter 4-5 question sets (or logic games) and 23 or 24 questions in total. Each set will include 4-7 questions.
Scroll down each page for an explanatory answer to the question at hand. The link to Directions returns you to this page. This is not a timed test. But if you want to simulate LSAT testing conditions, limit yourself to 7 minutes for all four questions.
TEST DIRECTIONS — ANALYTICAL REASONING
Each group of questions is based on a brief premise and a set of rules. In answering the questions, you might find it helpful to draw rough diagrams. For each question, select the best answer from the five lettered choices.