Logic games, officially referred to as analytical reasoning, or abbreviated LG, is one of the sections appearing on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). A logic games section contains four 5-8 question “games,” totaling 22-25 questions. Each game begins by setting a scenario and providing a set of rules, and follows with questions that test the test-taker’s understanding and application of the rules and inferences arising from the rules. In the words of the LSAC, the test “measure[s] the ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions about that structure.” The time allowed for this section, like all other sections on the LSAT is 35 minutes. Most students find this section the most difficult LSAT section, although ironically the logic games section is considered the easiest and the fastest to improve at once the right strategies are learned and implemented.