Book Overview

The Blueprint guide to Logic Games is a comprehensive reference guide to all of the key Blueprint Logic Games strategies. It has in-depth walkthroughs of our breakdown of different types of Logic Games, the rules that govern them, and how to draw deductions from them to create visual aids that will lead any test-taker through a systematic approach to the trickiest section on the LSAT. This book provides dozens of drills meant to reinforce these concepts and guide learners through applying the strategies they can use from day one of studying through exam day.

A Quick Q&A

What’s this book here?

Thanks for asking! This is the Blueprint guide to Logic Games. It’s a comprehensive guide to Blueprint’s strategies for taking on any Logic Game the LSAT can throw at you. This book walks through all of the essential steps of how to tackle a Logic Game: game identification, rule breakdowns and deductions, initial setups, and time-saving strategies to help you solve games like an LSAT master.

So, what’s in this book?

This book is a written version of the Blueprint journey through Logic Games, roughly broken into five parts:

  1. The basics of Logic Games. What do Logic Games look like, and how on earth are you supposed to study for them?

  2. The structure of a Logic Game. How can you tell what a game is looking for? What “types” of games are there?

  3. A breakdown of Logic Game, well, logic. What’s a “conditional statement,” and why does that matter for Logic Games? How can you use conditional logic to help break down the different kinds of rules you’ll encounter in Logic Games?

  4. Your Step-by-step guide through each Logic Game type. Once you know what kind of game you’re looking at, what kinds of rules govern that game? What additional information can you gather once you understand how to analyze those rules in the first place?

  5. Advanced strategy tips. Once you know the basics of how to approach a game, how do you start solving games more quickly and efficiently? How do you approach Logic Games as a section instead of as four disconnected games?

That’s nice, but what do I actually do with this book?

Read it, think about it, lovingly doodle its title onto your scratch paper…

Okay, seriously — this book is an outline of Blueprint’s Logic Games strategies. It’s stuffed with examples and drills that are meant to help you understand everything you might see while looking at any given Logic Game. But at its heart, this book is a strategy guide. It was written to help test-takers feel confident that they know exactly what steps to take, and in what order, in order to effectively move through the most unique section of the LSAT. It’s best seen as a companion, meant to guide your thought processes while you work through real, actual LSAT Logic Games on your own.

And, hey, if you like our style, you know where you can go to see more: https://blueprintprep.com/lsat

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