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LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: PettiFogger on September 24, 2005, 04:36:28 PM

Title: For those posting LSAT QUESTIONS amend #1
Post by: PettiFogger on September 24, 2005, 04:36:28 PM
DaveMan_82 has suggested that upon posting lsat questions, the test # should be posted.  I agree.  This is because, if the problem is from test #40 and you wanted to save #40 for a diagnostic then it would ruin the diagnostic.

I just wanted to add one more comment.  Please don't post the credited answer until some comments are provided.  This is to prevent "hindsight", retrospective BSing.  Its really easy for someone knowing the answer to critique the wrong answer choices.  However, these are not usually helpful because sometimes the explanations are wrong. 

By omitting the credited answer, the OP is able to filter out posters that are unsure of the answer.  The quality of replies they get back is much much better. 
Title: Re: For those posting LSAT QUESTIONS amend #1
Post by: PettiFogger on September 24, 2005, 04:38:51 PM
This also prevents some of the fake LSAT teachers (the ones that lie that they charge $120 per hour) from posting poor-quality hindsight explanations.

Of course these fake LSAT teachers can look up the answer if we provide them the test # and question #.  But, maybe laziness will hinder these people.