« on: June 10, 2003, 06:24:20 PM »
The first section was definitely the real one (the "cities" one). I found this out in the middle of section five, when I realized that the first logic games section had 23 questions, and the third one had 22 questions. The other three sections had a total of 78 questions, and given that the LSAT is a 101 question test, the first section must have been the true one. This really shocked me, because I did terribly on the "cities" problem... I completely guessed on four of the questions in that game alone. How many possible combinations were there anyway?
I think you're referring to the question where it asks what is the maximum number of flights possible. I believe the answer is 5. If anyone else came up with more, please speak up, for I would like to know also.