LSAT Logic Games, moreso than Logical Reasoning or Reading Comprehension, are particularly responsive to repetition. For those of you who are making photocopies of games and working through them multiple times, we have a new free resource. Our LSAT Logic Games tracker will help you chart your progress across game attempts and the different game types. Download it instantly by clicking the button below, or if you don’t have a Twitter account, you may request a copy by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are some of the highlights of the Excel spreadsheet:
- Automatically grades individual games for you; just input your answers.
- Your results (including a list of incorrect answers for each attempt) are populated on the Summary worksheet.
- Displays averages for each individual game as well as global averages.
- You can type notes next to each game for future use.
Here are a couple screenshots: