You’ve learned ordering games (basic and advanced) and grouping games (in/out and 3 or more groups). Together, all of those are going to make up over 90% of the games you encounter on modern LSAT. This is a big milestone, and you should be feeling pretty good about equipping yourself with the skills to handle
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