Although we recommend that the bulk of your Logic Games practice come from actual LSATs, it doesn’t hurt to stretch yourself on some simulated games. Thanks to Manhattan LSAT and The LSAT Trainer, we extend to you the following free LSAT Logic Games samples. For those who have worked through all the actual LSAT Logic Games, these will feel familiar with just enough of a twist to hone your flexibility. We have also included solutions to four of the games: Basket Game, Circus Game, Crayon Box, and Groomer’s Challenge. You can either left-click on a link to view the file as an overlay or right-click and pull down to “Save link as…” to save it directly to your computer. Manhattan LSAT hosts online contests for the best explanations to their games, and you can submit your entry for the most recent game, currently “The Singing Competition Game (#39),” by visiting the Logic Challenge forum. These are meant to supplement your practice with actual LSAT Logic Games, not as a substitute for it.
Be sure to take advantage of the free LSAT Logic Games that LSAC has made available. Note that the games in PrepTest 3 (India) only have four answer choices for each question, which would tend to make the questions easier. Since PrepTest 1 (India) is essentially a modified version of the free June 2007 exam, we haven’t included it below. If you understand Spanish, you can also practice with “El PrepTest, Oficiál para el LSAT en español.” If you don’t understand Spanish, you can download our translation of the Logic Games on the Spanish PrepTest.
- June 2007 LSAT PrepTest
- PrepTest 2 (India) – 2009
- PrepTest 3 (India) – 2010
- PrepTest 4 (India) – 2012
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Eight singers—Frank, Grace, Horace, Ian, Jezebel, Kramer, Lenore, and Maria—will be ranked from one, the best singer, to eight, the worst singer. The top five performers will receive prizes. The ranking of singers must conform to the following rules:
Jezebel is a better-ranked singer than Lenore.
If Horace is awarded a prize, then Grace ranks higher than Kramer, though both receive prizes.
Ian is ranked either first or fifth.
Ian is a better-ranked singer than Kramer.
1. Which of the following is an acceptable ranking of the singers who will be given prizes from first to fifth?
(A) Jezebel, Kramer, Grace, Lenore, Ian
(B) Grace, Maria, Jezebel, Horace, Ian
(C) Ian, Jezebel, Grace, Kramer, Horace
(D) Jezebel, Lenore, Grace, Frank, Maria
(E) Ian, Frank, Kramer, Grace, Lenore
2. If Horace ranks 4th and Maria gets a prize, which of the following must be false?
(A) Grace ranks 2nd.
(B) Grace ranks 3rd.
(C) Kramer ranks 5th.
(D) Kramer ranks 2nd.
(E) Maria ranks 5th.
3. Which of the following could be true?
(A) Horace is 3rd and Ian is 5th.
(B) Kramer is 2nd and Horace is 3rd.
(C) Ian is 5th and Jezebel does not get a prize.
(D) Horace is 2nd and Lenore is 5th.
(E) Jezebel is 2nd and Horace does not get a prize.
4. If Horace receives the 2nd place prize, which of the following could be true?
(A) Kramer ranks 4th.
(B) Ian ranks 5th.
(C) Lenore ranks 5th.
(D) Grace ranks 5th.
(E) Grace ranks 1st.
5. Which of the following must be true?
(A) If Ian ranks 1st then Kramer ranks 3rd.
(B) If Horace ranks 3rd then Ian ranks 1st.
(C) If Ian ranks 5th then Jezebel ranks 2nd.
(D) If Lenore does not receive a prize then Horace does.
(E) If Maria ranks 4th then Kramer ranks 3rd.
6. Which of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the singers who do NOT win a prize?
(A) Frank, Grant, Lenore
(B) Grant, Jezebel, Lenore
(C) Horace, Jezebel, Kramer
(D) Horace, Kramer, Maria
(E) Horace, Ian, Kramer
7. Which of the following, if substituted for the rule that if Horace is awarded a prize, then Grace ranks higher than Kramer, though both receive prizes, would have the same effect on the placement of all the singers?
(A) If Grace and Kramer both receive prizes, then Kramer must rank higher than Grace.
(B) Kramer must rank higher than Grace unless Horace receives a prize.
(C) If Kramer ranks higher than Grace or if either of them do not receive a prize then Horace cannot receive a prize.
(D) If Horace does not get a prize the Kramer must be ranked higher than Grace.
(E) If Horace receives a prize than both Kramer and Grace must also receive prizes and Kramer cannot place 1st or 2nd.