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Trouble w/ PT 34, Section 4, #14.
I only see two possibilities for the trains to arrive if Wooter arrives before Rockville, yet the answer key says "A", which is "four".
What other possibilities can there be?
« on: July 27, 2009, 12:18:45 PM »
Read through the logic games bible once, and now use it as a reference. Reading through the logical reasoning bible currently. I've been taking 2 or 3 timed practice tests a week, and going through the questions that I answered incorrectly, trying to figure out why I answered them incorrectly. To me it seems just getting used to the time constraints, and seeing more and more lsat questions helps tremendously. All in all I probably put in around 30 hours a week studying. I'm shooting for high 160's low 170's by September though, so I still have a ways to go.
Good luck to you.
I am having some trouble setting this game up, and could use some help. The Logic Games Bible defines the game as: Grouping: defined-fixed, unbalanced: overloaded, identify the templates
The game is as follows:
Two mannequins-1 and 2-will be dressed for display in outfits chosen from ten articles of clothing. Each article is in exactly one of three colors: navy, red, or yellow. There are three hats-one in each color; three jackets-one in each color; three skirts-one in each color, and one red tie. Each mannequin wears exactly one of the hats, one of the jackets, and one of the skirts. Furthermore, their outfits must meet the following restrictions:
Neither manequin wears all three colors.
Each mannequin wears a hat in a different color from the jacket it wears.
Mannequin 2 wears the navy skirt.
Mannequin 1 wears the tie.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks
Just for the reading comprehension to highlight key points. Yellow highlighting is much more visually appealing than pencil underlining. Also, I don't think a little bleeding through would be very troublesome, although you have a very good point. Most of my friends who have taken the test had no idea that they could have used a highlighter. Several said they wished they would have known because they would have made use of it.
And to solve the problem of bleeding through, couldn't you just bring an older, more used, highlighter? Usually they don't bleed through when they get older. Or even bring one of those mechanical multi colored ones? That way a visual distinction could be made (if it bleeds through, use a different color the next passage) I found the rules on LSAC and it said "no mechanical PENCILS", it didn't say no mechanical highlighters.
Has anybody here used one on their LSAT?
I was looking in the back of my Power Score Logic Games bible, and under the "materials allowed to have on your desk during time of test"-highlighter pen is listed. Is this true? Can you bring a highlighter and use it on the LSAT?
BTW, good luck to all those who are studying for the September administration of the test like myself.