Standard Grouping | LSAT Logic Games -

Standard Grouping | LSAT Logic Games

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Standard Grouping games ask you to assign a set of elements to several teams. Learn how to create an effective game board, notate the rules, and create frames for this game type.

0:00 Intro
0:14 Frequency
0:28 Agenda
0:47 Example Game
1:25 Gameboard
2:35 Rules
3:59 Inferences
5:53 Question 6
7:27 Question 7
10:13 Question 8
12:41 Question 9
15:07 Question 10
17:54 Question 11
19:41 Closed vs. Open
21:29 Frames
24:05 Non 1:1
26:29 Subgroups
27:45 Summary

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  1. These video lessons are very helpful. But there are questions like Q11 that I’m always potentially going to get wrong – I would not have selected E – 5, because placing Farrel in R column is not what determined G should go under U. G goes under U because that was an initial rule we were given.

  2. I’ve looked for so long for a video like this explaining logic games… everything else seems either far too basic, or way too fast. Thank you so much!!

  3. Hey I binged watched your videos during the last week of my lsat and I scored a 97.17 %tile. Thank you! And keep doing what you're doing

  4. Firstly thank you so much for this video but I have a few questions regarding the inferences. If K has to be alone doesn't that mean K cannot go into the U column because G is also there? Also doesn't that mean that K cannot go into the S column because S has to be greater than T but 1 isn't greater than any number that may be in T because every column has to have at least 1?

  5. Thank you so much to Matt, Patrick and Laura! You guys are the best!! You are a blessing to all of us!!! Hands down, The BEST LSAT Content on YouTube!! No Objections!!!

  6. Lord bless the people behind this channel

  7. Couldn't you make the inference that since "each officer will evaluate at least one application" and the rules states S>T that S would have at least 2 applications?

  8. Q11 is a great example of difficult wording. I feel like I get some questions wrong just because I don't quite understand the wording or get confused of what it's asking. Is there a phrase I could search for to strengthen this skill?

  9. I take my LSAT this Friday and I really wish I found you sooner. Watching your videos has improved my comprehension on logic games tremendously. SUBSCRIBED!

  10. I got all of the example questions right but I can't seem to increase my speed. Any advice for a June LSAT taker?

  11. uh more of these questions and sollutions please?

  12. are these reall lsat questions or just a warm up beacuse they are super easy even for me

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