LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Questions
Here you'll find a series of four LSAT Logical Reasoning practice questions, each based on a discrete passage of text or dialogue. On the whole, these questions would be considered moderate in difficulty by LSAT standards.
NOTE: The actual LSAT includes two scored 35-minute Logical Reasoning sections, each consisting of 25–26 discrete 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 6 minutes for all four questions.
TEST DIRECTIONS — LOGICAL REASONING
For each question, select the best answer from the five lettered choices.