Free LSAT Practice Questions
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|Question LSAT-LR-2||Weaken the Argument||Challenging|
|Question LSAT-LR-3||Find the flaw in the Argument||Challenging|
|Question LSAT-LR-5||Parallel flaw in the argument||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-6||Find the flaw in the Argument||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-7||Find the flaw in the Argument||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-8||Method of Reasoning: Dialogue questions||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-9||Point at Issue||Challenging|
|Question LSAT-LR-10||On Role Play||Challenging|
|Question LSAT-LR-14||Justify the Conclusion (JTC)||Easy|
|Question LSAT-LR-15||Weaken the Argument||Medium|
|Question LSAT-LR-16||Weaken the Argument||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-17||Evaluate the Argument||Challenging|
|Question LSAT-LR-18||Main Point||Hard|
|Question LSAT-LR-20||Cannot be Inferred||Medium|
|Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)|
|Question LSAT-LG-1||6 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-LG-2||4 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-LG-3||5 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-LG-4||5 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-RC-1||10 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-RC-2||6 Questions - Variable Level|
|Question LSAT-RC-3||6 Questions - Variable Level|
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