Logic Games Practice Test 2020 For LSAT/ LSAT Flex Exam 2020: This is a free law School Admission Test (LSAT) Analytical Reasoning/Logic Games Questions Answers Quiz. You can download a printable PDF for better LSAT exam prep or LSAT Flex Test prep online.
LSAT Logic Games Practice Test 2020
Directions: The questions in this section are divided into groups. Each group is based on a set of conditions. For each question, choose the answer that is most accurate and complete. For some questions, you may wish to draw a rough diagram to help you select your response. Mark the corresponding space on your Answer Sheet.
Test Name  LSAT Practice Test 
Standard  LSAT and LSAT Flex by LSAC 
Type of Test  Sample Practice Test 
Total Question  24 
Type of Question  Multiple Choice 
No. of choices  Five (A to E) 
Section  Logic Games / Analytical Reasoning 
Administered by  Law School Admission Council 
LSAT Logic Games Practice Test 1
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LSAT Logic Games Practice Test 1
Total Questions: 24
Time Limit: 35 minutes
Directions: The questions in this section are divided into groups. Each group is based on a set of conditions. For each question, choose the answer that is most accurate and complete. For some questions, you may wish to draw a rough diagram to help you select your response. At the end of the quiz, you can view your score.
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Question 1 of 24
1. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 1: Which of the following is a possible order for the boaters to start in?

Question 2 of 24
2. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 2: If Fanny is in slot 3, then who could start in slot 2?

Question 3 of 24
3. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 3: If Chris is in a lowernumbered slot than Ben, then which of the following could be true?

Question 4 of 24
4. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 4: If Anna starts in a slot numbered one lower than Dan’s slot, then which of the following must be true?

Question 5 of 24
5. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 5: If Chris, Emily, Anna, and Dan start in consecutive slots in that order from least to greatest, then which of the following CANNOT be true?

Question 6 of 24
6. Question
1 pointsQuestions 1–6
At a local boat race, six boaters, Anna, Ben, Chris, Dan, Emily, and Fanny, are competing for the watercourse title. Each boater has his or her boat in one of six starting slots.
Every boat starts in a slot, and no boat shares a slot with any other boat. The starting slots are numbered from 1 to 6. Chris is in a slot three numbers below Dan’s. Ben is in a slot three numbers below Anna’s. Fanny is in a slot with a lower number than Emily’s.
Questions 6:If Ben starts in slot 1 and Chris starts in a highernumbered slot than Fanny, then which of the following could be true?

Question 7 of 24
7. Question
1 pointsQuestions 7–11
In an ancient Greek town, there are eight huts that exist in two perfectly parallel rows. The arrangement of the huts resembles the following diagram:
Animals tread between these huts wearing out the grass, so the chief of the town has decided to pave paths between the huts with a primitive form of concrete. He keeps in mind several rules when planning these roads:
 Each hut in row 1 is connected to one and only one hut in row 2.
 Each hut in row 2 is connected to one and only one hut in row 1.
 Roads can connect huts in one row to other huts in the same row.
 All roads are perfectly straight lines, and none extends beyond the town.
Question 7: What must be true if there are zero intersections of roads?

Question 8 of 24
8. Question
1 pointsQuestions 7–11
In an ancient Greek town, there are eight huts that exist in two perfectly parallel rows. The arrangement of the huts resembles the following diagram:
Animals tread between these huts wearing out the grass, so the chief of the town has decided to pave paths between the huts with a primitive form of concrete. He keeps in mind several rules when planning these roads:
 Each hut in row 1 is connected to one and only one hut in row 2.
 Each hut in row 2 is connected to one and only one hut in row 1.
 Roads can connect huts in one row to other huts in the same row.
 All roads are perfectly straight lines, and none extends beyond the town.
Question 8: What must NOT be true if there is only one intersection?

Question 9 of 24
9. Question
1 pointsQuestions 7–11
In an ancient Greek town, there are eight huts that exist in two perfectly parallel rows. The arrangement of the huts resembles the following diagram:
Animals tread between these huts wearing out the grass, so the chief of the town has decided to pave paths between the huts with a primitive form of concrete. He keeps in mind several rules when planning these roads:
 Each hut in row 1 is connected to one and only one hut in row 2.
 Each hut in row 2 is connected to one and only one hut in row 1.
 Roads can connect huts in one row to other huts in the same row.
 All roads are perfectly straight lines, and none extends beyond the town.
Question 9: What must be true if there are only two intersections and B is connected to T and A is connected to R?

Question 10 of 24
10. Question
1 pointsQuestions 7–11
In an ancient Greek town, there are eight huts that exist in two perfectly parallel rows. The arrangement of the huts resembles the following diagram:
Animals tread between these huts wearing out the grass, so the chief of the town has decided to pave paths between the huts with a primitive form of concrete. He keeps in mind several rules when planning these roads:
 Each hut in row 1 is connected to one and only one hut in row 2.
 Each hut in row 2 is connected to one and only one hut in row 1.
 Roads can connect huts in one row to other huts in the same row.
 All roads are perfectly straight lines, and none extends beyond the town.
Question 10: What must NOT be true if R connects to D and there are only three points of intersection?

Question 11 of 24
11. Question
1 pointsQuestions 7–11
In an ancient Greek town, there are eight huts that exist in two perfectly parallel rows. The arrangement of the huts resembles the following diagram:
Animals tread between these huts wearing out the grass, so the chief of the town has decided to pave paths between the huts with a primitive form of concrete. He keeps in mind several rules when planning these roads:
 Each hut in row 1 is connected to one and only one hut in row 2.
 Each hut in row 2 is connected to one and only one hut in row 1.
 Roads can connect huts in one row to other huts in the same row.
 All roads are perfectly straight lines, and none extends beyond the town.
Question 11: If B connects with T and D connects with R, then which of the following could be true?

Question 12 of 24
12. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 12: Which of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the club members who attend the party?

Question 13 of 24
13. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 13: If Dean and Marisa both go to the party, then exactly how many of the other club members must also attend the party?

Question 14 of 24
14. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 14: What is the maximum number of club members who could attend the party if Kalee does not attend?

Question 15 of 24
15. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 15: If Carolyn and Marisa both go to the party, which of the following must be true?

Question 16 of 24
16. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 16: If exactly three club members go to the party, then each of the following could be true EXCEPT:

Question 17 of 24
17. Question
1 pointsQuestions 12–17
There are seven members of a social club, the Nissu Warriors: Amee, Britt, Carolyn, Dean, Elba, Kalee, and Marisa. Some members are more outgoing than others, and a few members do not like each other. They will attend a party in accordance with the following conditions:
 Elba attends if Britt attends.
 Neither Carolyn nor Amee will attend if Elba attends.
 If Kalee does not attend the party, then Amee will.
 Britt attends if Dean attends.
Question 17: Which of the following could be true?

Question 18 of 24
18. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 18: If A is in group 2, then which of the following could be true?

Question 19 of 24
19. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 19: If G is in group 1 or in group 3, then which of the following must be true?

Question 20 of 24
20. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 20: If A and E are in group 2, then which of the following must be true?

Question 21 of 24
21. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 21: If F is in group 3, then which of the following is impossible?

Question 22 of 24
22. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 22: If F and E are in group 1, then which of the following must be true?

Question 23 of 24
23. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 23: If A is in group 2 and F is in group 1, then how many possible arrangements are there for the variables?

Question 24 of 24
24. Question
1 pointsQuestions 18–24
A Girl Scout troop of seven girls, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, is broken up into three groups to distribute cookies. Each scout is in a group and no scout is in more than one group. Group 1 has two scouts, group 2 has three, and group 3 has two. Due to interpersonal difficulties, the scout master arranges the groups according to the following constraints:
 A is in a group with G.
 B is not in a group with C or D.
 E is not with C or D.
Question 24: If F is not in a group with A, B, or E, then which of the following must be true?