To solve logic games in the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, you need to set up a game board, which offers a way to quickly write down all the information in the problem for easy reference. The info you record here generally applies to every question for the logic game. This board consists of the following elements:

  • Chip list: A list of the chips (elements to be organized) in a logic game; if the game hasn’t already done so, you can abbreviate the names of the elements using capital letters.

  • Box chart: A chart organized into boxes, where you place the chips.

  • Clue notes: Information from the clues that won’t fit neatly into the boxes.