Focus on Logic Games不过是逻辑游戏罢了
Nothing inspires more fear in the hearts of LSAT* test takers than Analytical Reasoning - affectionately known as Logic Games.
Partly, it's because the skills tested on the section seem so unfamiliar. You need to turn a game's information to your advantage by organizing your thinking and spotting key deductions - and that's not easy to do.
Logic Games on the LSAT
·Approximately 25 percent of your score
·Usually 24 questions
·Usually 4 games
·Common question-types: sequencing, grouping, matching
·Tests how rules create systems ofsgroupsand limit possible outcomes
·Attention to detail is key, as is ability to maintain awareness of multiple facts simultaneously
·Basic logic is important: if vs. only if; the logical meaning of or, the contrapositive
·Often most intimidating section initially·Often shows rapid improvement with practice
Four Basic Principles
Logic Games require an ability to reason clearly and deductively from a given set of rules or restrictions, all under strictly timed conditions.
1.To Go Faster, Slow Down欲速则不达
This is not only the most important principle for logic games success, it's also the one that's most often ignored. Peopleshavingstiming difficulties tend to speed up, not slow down. But by spending a little extra time thinking through the stimulus, the "action" of the game, and the rules, you will be able to recognize the game's key issues and make