LSAT Preptest 7 — Game 4 — LG Video Explanation

Here is a video logic games explanation for Preptest 7 (February 1993), Section 2, Game 4. If you are doing this whole section, here are the Game 1, Game 2, and Game 3 explanations.

This preptest is the first in the compilation 10 Actual Official LSAT Preptests.

This fourth game is a moderately difficult advanced linear game. Once you make a key inference, there isn’t much left to do. Practice building your intuition by trying it out. Hint: The block formed by combining rule 2 with rule 3 might not be able to fit in many places). Do it on your own then compare your work.


PT 7, Section 3, Game 4


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  1. sarahesmith98 on

    When I first solved this (PT 7, Game 4), I didn’t think the rules specified that F comes before G. Is there specific wording in the rule that let you know that F must come before G? I don’t quite understand.

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