LSAT Questions By Type

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The online tables and the PDF break down all Logical Reasoning questions and Logic Games from Official Exams 29 - 75. Logical Reasoning questions are organized based on their question stems, and Logic Games are organized according to a rubric of defining characteristics. This information can be especially useful if you are designing a study schedule or looking to set up drill sets.

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LSAT Questions By Type

You can use this question breakdown tool to find additional practice problems or to design your own drill sets. It organizes all Logic Games and Logical Reasoning problems from exams 29-75 by type.

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