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Studying for the LSAT / june 2000 test
« on: May 27, 2004, 10:04:59 AM »
Hi,

I bought the June 2000 (#31) preptest second hand, and I just realized page 26-27 was missing.  I believe those pages contain questions 12-18.  Could someone pls send me those questions...much much appreciated.

email: yslau@rogers.com

YSL

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Hi,

Based on a lot of the prep guides, none of them suggested a way to figure out the experimental section on the test.  If it was something that a student/test prep company could figure out easily (based on your thoughts...which I thought were really good ones...but too idealistic), LSAC wouldn't be really doing a good job...cuz that section shouldn't have been obvious to a student.  If there's a way to tell, I'm sure a lot of prep guides would have listed that as the first thing LSAT takers should be aware of so as to save some effort from the non-marked section.

Anyways, if you do devise a method of telling the experimental from the rest of the test, hope you'll share it with us later.


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Hi,

I've been using these materials too, and they same not bad.  Some of their techniques aren't even suggested by Kaplan/Princeton.

YSL

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