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12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)

protagon

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2006, 10:31:23 PM »
Assumption (2S) : Government can be super great or super bad. but the best bet is for the government to just be mediocre.
Answer: It is better for the government to be mediocre than to possibly be super bad.

I disagree with this response.

The correct response in my opinion was "It is better for a government to avoid the worst, than to seek for the best."

The idea is that if you're in a democracy, you can't be the best, because oligarchy (rule by the few) has the best attributes of government. BUT you can't be the worst either. So if you're choosing democracy, you sacrifice the possibility of the BEST government, in order to avoid the worst.

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Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2006, 10:32:43 PM »
what about that one that was like

blah blah...if something happens or pesticides are expanded something something, then global warming won't/will stop. since pesticides do something, global warming won't/will stop.

answer i put: some *&^% about inflation.....it was like something something, therefore inflation will rise.

protagon

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #22 on: December 02, 2006, 10:33:33 PM »
Assumption (2S) : Government can be super great or super bad. but the best bet is for the government to just be mediocre.
Answer: It is better for the government to be mediocre than to possibly be super bad.

I disagree with this response.

The correct response in my opinion was "It is better for a government to avoid the worst, than to seek for the best."

TITCR, and I think you two are referencing the same answer.

I actually remember choosing between mediocre and the one I put, so I think mediocre was also an option.

protagon

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #23 on: December 02, 2006, 10:35:31 PM »
what about that one that was like

blah blah...if something happens or pesticides are expanded something something, then global warming won't/will stop. since pesticides do something, global warming won't/will stop.

answer i put: some sh*t about inflation.....it was like something something, therefore inflation will rise.

That's also the answer I put, I think it's correct.

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Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #24 on: December 02, 2006, 10:38:24 PM »
i don't think that one is on the postmortem list.... so that means one more to go?

SBToLaw

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (47/50 questions)
« Reply #25 on: December 02, 2006, 10:38:27 PM »
I disagree. The reason young singers were prone to injury is that they hadn't done vocal training, while older singers had. Therefore the correct response was "complicated opera songs should not be attempted by those without extensive vocal training." i.e. young or old.


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inference: Opera singer/young singer/voice training/hurting trachea
Answer: Young singers are likely to do something something something.
I had trouble on this one.  There were two choices I narrowed it down to.  I don't remember letters, but the order was
A1: SOME young singers ... (had trouble with their voice...or something)

A2: MOST young singers lost their voice

I remember the difference being some vs most and the order.  I chose the some answer but it took me awhile and I wasn't confident.
I chose most because I remember that the stem said MANY.  I'm sure the stem said MANY, but I'm not sure if it was logically correct for me to pick the MOST answer. 
Many= some,  NOT most. Sorry, but i think the correct answer was "some young singers...".

FWIW, I concur. It wasn't the strongest answer choice, but I eliminated the other four.



THERE it is.  That's what I put.  The others just didn't look right.  This was my answer....thank you for this.

SBToLaw

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #26 on: December 02, 2006, 10:39:35 PM »
Assumption (2S) : Government can be super great or super bad. but the best bet is for the government to just be mediocre.
Answer: It is better for the government to be mediocre than to possibly be super bad.

I disagree with this response.

The correct response in my opinion was "It is better for a government to avoid the worst, than to seek for the best."


TITCR, and I think you two are referencing the same answer.



BINGO.  I'm 99.9% sure of this.

SBToLaw

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #27 on: December 02, 2006, 10:40:27 PM »
employment or interest rates blah blah, either way inflation rises, TITCR


Haha...I think I put that one.  I totally guessed...skipped it and didn't have time to get back to it. 

protagon

Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #28 on: December 02, 2006, 10:41:15 PM »
SBToLaw,

Sorry but I think you're wrong on both accounts. There were two different answers for the government one, and I think the TCR for opera singers was that people without training shouldn't attempt those songs.

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Re: 12/06 LR Postmortem MASTER LIST (48/50 questions)
« Reply #29 on: December 02, 2006, 10:43:39 PM »
i picked the one that said something along the lines of

singers shouldn't attempt hard songs without "many years?" of training...

i thought this might be wrong because of the many years of training..but it wsa the onely one that referred to training so i picked it anyway.

because the question stated that it wasn't because their voices lacked maturity but because they lacked proper training....