Here are logic games explanations for Preptest 29 Game 1, Game 2, Game 3, and Game 4.

These are found in the Next 10 Actual Official LSAT Preptests. I did this preptest by request, as a reader really wanted to see the game 2 setup. I wasn’t surprised, because this “mannequins” game is a candidate for hardest game ever, and it’s one that almost always trips people up. Check out the setup below and you’ll see why it’s considered a killer game.


Preptest 29 Game 1 Explanation


Preptest 29 Game 2 Setup Explanation

This is not a complete explanation yet, just the setup. I will add the question explanations later, as I was a little dissatisfied with my first effort at explaining them. It’s such a hard game that even explaining it when you’ve figured it out already is tough!

Look for a pattern and you should be able to crack the question.


Preptest 29 Game 3 Explanation


Preptest 29 Game 4 Explanation

I did kind of a “live solve” of this one (like always, as I think it’s better for you to see the thought process in action) and missed a couple inferences that might have made things a little faster. See if you can catch them in your own solution. This shows you, however, that you don’t always have to be perfect to get things finished on time.



I improved my score by 25 points and got a 177 on the LSAT.

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