Mastery Through Repetition
Some people assume that completing individual LSAT Logic Games more than once is a waste of time, since test takers only have one chance to complete any particular game on test day. However, the skills developed in preparing for this section of the test are quite responsive to repetition. There are frequently more elegant ways to approach each game, and by completing games more than once, you can be sure to derive the maximum cranial muscle memory from the problem-solving process. The average Logic Games book ignores this fact, and presents individual games only once. In this volume, Cambridge LSAT presents each of the Analytical Reasoning problem sets from PrepTests 21-40 three times. Thus, you can easily repeat games and glean additional value from them. Forget about cutting pages out of books and spending time and money making copies. Now you can have your repetition practice in one place, and easily "replay" a game when sufficient time has elapsed since your previous attempt. Use the enclosed games to practice and cement the concepts and techniques of the Logic Games guide of your choosing.
o Part 1: First Attempt
o Part 2: Second Attempt
o Part 3: Third Attempt
o Answer Key
o Performance Tracker
o Appendix: PrepTest to Test Date Conversion Chart
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