There is a fundamental truth about test takers when it comes to the LSAT: everyone is different. That is, everyone who sits down with this exam will have unique strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, and, ultimately, ways in which they can optimize their performance in every section. And while that certainly affects how it is that people prepare—where they should devote their time and effort when studying—I think it also dictates how test takers should behave during the actual test. In this three-part blog series, we will look at each of the three question/section types on the LSAT, and consider exactly how an informed test taker should attack each type. This particular post will examine LSAT Logic Games.