LSAT Logical Reading 1
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GAME 1

A landscape architect is selecting trees for a new project. The architect must choose between 7 types of trees—a Maple, a River Birch, an Oak, a Sycamore, Chestnut, a Blue Spruce, and a Pine. There are two separate areas, named area 1 and area 2, in which the trees will be planted. The trees must be planted in accordance with the following constraints: 

Each area contains three different types of trees, and there are only three types of trees in each area.

The same type of tree cannot be planted more than once in either area. 

If an area contains a river birch, then the area cannot contain either a blue spruce or a pine.

If an area has a sycamore tree, it must also contain either a river birch or an oak. 

Any area that contains an oak must also contain a maple.

Which of the following is an acceptable selection of trees for both areas?







LSAT Exam Information

LSAT stands for Law School Admissions Test. This test is used by almost every law school in the United State and Canada. Students will be tested in various sections like: 

  • Logical Reasoning
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Reading Comprehension

Students should do everything in their power to get a high score on the LSAT. Law school is very competitive - the higher score you can get on the LSAT, the more opportunites you will have when it comes to applying to law schools. 

There are 4 seperate scored sections on the LSAT and 1 unscored writing section. Each section is multiple-choice. Students will be given 35 minutes to complete every section. The 4 scored sections include: 

  • Logical Reasoning Section 1
  • Logical Reasoning Section 2
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Reading Comprehension

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