Category Archive: Sample Logic Games

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Valentine’s Day Logic Games!

With February 14th just around the corner, love is in the air. But if you’re studying for an upcoming LSAT, the love you bare is surprising, unexpected. You don’t want to admit it to yourself, but the feeling is undeniable — you’re falling in love with logic games.

Admit it: You totally are, you amorous, analytical, thing, you.

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Celebrate Earth Day With This Organic LSAT Logic Game

Happy belated Earth Day! The Earth might be doomed, but you can still save your LSAT score.

We may be a day late and a dollar short, but in honor of the Earth Day yesterday, MSS is happy to bring you an organic, locally sourced, and reusable LSAT Logic Game! Give it a try, and think of it as penance for your high carbon lifestyle.


Three recycling centers, A, B, and C, will each recycle at least one type of material: P, Q, R, and S. The assignment of materials to centers will adhere to the following rules:

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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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Start Your Halloween with This Haunting Logic Game

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 us to put you in the Halloween mode with this autumnal 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 haunted 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:


Tackling Overstuffed LSAT Logic Games (and Figuring Out Uber)

Our review of Logic Games continues today with an investigation into the thrilling world of Grouping Games. Specifically, Grouping Games of the overbooked variety.

Remember last weekend? When you and your buddies were trying to get home from the bars at 2 AM? You called an Uber, but in your drunken stupor you neglected to select the Uber XL. So up rolls a Prius — you could swear it’s even smaller than usual — and of course you’re left with four seats for the six of you to squeeze into. The game is overbooked. We could leave some homies curbside, but we’re feeling kind-hearted. So you’re doomed to squeeze. How could you arrange yourselves?

Let’s say the game gives these parameters:
One person immediately calls shotgun, so that’s taken, and the two who’ve been making eyes at each other throughout the evening all-too-eagerly offer to sit lapsies in the far left bench seat.

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Run, Don’t Walk, to This Godzilla-Themed LSAT Logic Game

Godzilla opens in theaters today. This dinosaur with human arms has quite the nuanced history. This kind of nuance is the stuff of killer LSAT questions. So, in honor of the masochistic dinosaur fetishists at the LSAC, the LSAT blog brings you an original Godzilla-themed Logic Game, complete with B-movie plot hole!

During seven consecutive days, Godzilla will visit seven cities: Albuquerque, Billings, Chula Vista, Detroit, Erie, Fresno, and Guangzhou. Each city is visited exactly once. During each visit, Godzilla will fight exactly one of her seven enemies: Varan, Oodaku, Rodan, Titanosaurus, King Kong, Mechagodzilla, and Spacegodzilla. The outcome of each fight will be judged a win, or a loss, but not both, for Godzilla. The following is somehow known about Godzilla’s visits and fights:

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See If You Can Piece Together This SOTU LSAT Logic Game

Today is National Puzzle Day! So the LSAT blog is giving you the chance to celebrate in the true spirit of this nerdy day. That’s right: we’ve got an original LSAT Logic Game for you to piece together.

If you’re nursing a hangover from last night’s State of the Union drinking game (I did a shot every time Obama said “wage”), give yourself three bonus points. Here we go:

Nine bills, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I, were negotiated during a secret meeting of congressional leaders. The following details about the negotiations have been leaked:


Take a Swing at This Roided Up LSAT Logic Game

This week, Major League Baseball suspended 13 players for doping, including superstar Alex Rodriguez. In honor of this latest PED scandal, we’ve put together an LSAT Logic Game that A-Rod would probably fail. If you can nail this one, you might be able to find employment in pro baseball as a personal logician (you’d be working closely with the personal chemists).

Batter up:

A professional baseball player is going to take exactly seven different drugs at some time during seven consecutive days. Drugs A and B are testosterone boosters, drugs C, D, and E are synthetic growth hormones, and drugs F, and G are masking agents. According to his personal chemist, the player must take the drugs consistent with the following rules:


Unwrap This Reindeer-Themed LSAT Logic Game

Setting aside the scientific impossibility of a sled driven by flying reindeer making visits to millions of children around the world, we can nonetheless imagine some reindeer. No particular reindeer, just some reindeer. In a barn somewhere far north. To help you out, here’s an LSAT logic game on the very subject:

Eight reindeer: Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dancer, Dasher, Donner, Prancer, and Vixen, are assigned to occupy eight stalls in a barn, numbered consecutively one through eight from left to right. Each reindeer is assigned a stall and no more than one reindeer occupies each stall. The following conditions apply: