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Strictly speaking there is no math on the LSAT. But, those who do well in math will do well on the LSAT. LSAT Logic games tests many of the skills that are important for doing well in math. The LSAT does require you to perform basic deductive reasoning which is at the heart of math. Maybe a good math review would be good “mind training” for the LSAT. Interestingly, the PATI (test for Toronto Police Force) contains both math and syllogisms questions. The analytical reasoning Peel Police Test, like LSAT Logic Games, tests deductive reasoning.