The Parts of an LSAT Logic Game
Each problem in the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, which most people refer to as Logic Games, contains three basic parts. Here’s the anatomy of a basic logic game:
The story: The story appears at the very top of a logic game. It gives you the most basic information about how that game is played. This information applies to every question in that game.
The clues: The clues appear just below the story. Like the story, these clues apply to every question in that game.
The questions: Each logic game has five, six, or seven questions associated with it. All questions are multiple choice with five possible answers — one right answer and four wrong answers.