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### Question of the Day: LSAT Logic Games

There are exactly seven spots in which seven competitors - Abigail, Byron, Dameon, Faren, Garret, John and Kyle - will fill in a dart-throwing competition. The competitors must compete one after the other, and all the competitors must compete. The order must conform to the following restrictions:

- Garret performs after John and Kyle

- John performs after Byron and Dameon

- Abigail performs before Byron and Kyle

- Faren performs directly before or directly after Dameon

Which of the following is a possible order for the competition, from earliest to latest competitor?

Abigail, Byron, Faren, Kyle, Dameon, John, Garrrett

Faren, Dameon, Abigail, Byron, John, Kyle, Garrett

Abigail, Faren, Dameon, John, Kyle, Byron, Garrett

Abigail, Byron, Faren, Dameon, Kyle, Garrett, John

Kyle, Abigail, Byron, Faren, Dameon, John, Garrett

The Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, is part of the North American process of gaining admittance to law school. The test measures your skills in analytical and logical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Each test provides questions that are framed in a court setting. You are given three sections: Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading. Each of these can be studied using Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools, such as the Question of the Day. Logic Games aren’t really games, but they are often referred to as such due to their set up. You are provided with a set of rules or conditions, which you must understand in order to answer the question. These can be challenging, though those who have plenty of practice find them simple enough. Whether you need LSAT tutoring in AtlantaLSAT tutoring in Houston, or LSAT tutoring in San Francisco, working one-on-one with an expert may be just the boost your studies need.

The Logic Games you are quizzed on with the Question of the Day involve solving grouping, four- and five-variable problems, sequencing, three-variable games, and two-variable games. Each randomly chosen Question of the Day is used to test you using a problem taken straight from the free practice tests offered through the Learning Tools. LSAT Logic Games evaluate your ability to analyze, comprehend, and determine the logical response to the set of rules provided. The LSAT test provides four of these Logic Games in the Analytical Reasoning section of the test that describe a scenario for you to answer. Varsity Tutors also offers resources like free LSAT Analytical Reasoning Practice Tests to help with your self-paced study, or you may want to consider an LSAT Analytical Reasoning tutor.