LSAT PrepTest 63 (June 2011) Logic Games Diagrams

LSAT PrepTest 63 (June 2011) Logic Games Diagrams

Click on the images below for full-sized images of the diagrams. Please note that due to copyright restrictions, I cannot reproduce the actual content of LSAT PrepTest 63 on this page. If you don’t have a copy of PrepTest 63, it is available here.

The purpose of these diagrams is not to provide a complete solution guide for each game. Rather, the purpose is to illustrate – on one page – how to diagram and work through each logic game. I have attempted to diagram some of the more frequently missed questions; if you would like an answer explained, please make a note in the comments.

Remember that there is no “one best way” to solve these games – if your prep company tells you there is, don’t believe them. These diagrams are what I actually use and teach, but you should use whatever is most effective for you.

In PrepTest 63, the logic games were:
1. Division (Questions 1-5)
2. Ordering (Questions 6-10)
3. Ordering (Questions 11-17)
4. Ordering (Questions 18-23)

Click here for an overview of the five types of LSAT logic games (ordering, stacked, division, matching, and in-and-out).

LSAT PrepTest 63 - Logic Games Diagrams - Questions 1-5

LSAT PrepTest 63 – Logic Games Diagrams – Questions 1-5

LSAT PrepTest 63 - Logic Games Diagrams - Questions 6-10

LSAT PrepTest 63 – Logic Games Diagrams – Questions 6-10

LSAT PrepTest 63 - Logic Games Diagrams - Questions 11-17

LSAT PrepTest 63 – Logic Games Diagrams – Questions 11-17

LSAT PrepTest 63 - Logic Games Diagrams - Questions 18-23

LSAT PrepTest 63 – Logic Games Diagrams – Questions 18-23

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