« on: September 28, 2005, 03:06:30 AM »
you're totally right, 'One More'.
due to the environmentally friendly paper that the lsat is printed on, it is almost impossible not to take a peak at the 5 sections and Most of the time, be able to figure out the experimental section. I say 'most of the time' because if LR appears in three times, we don't know which one is the experimental. likewise, if two RC sections appear within the first 3 sections, we still dont know which one is experimental. All i know is that when the experimental section is going on, Everybody will be taking it at the same time, no matter what version of the test you have. Also, different people will have different experimental sections... yours may be RC, while somebody else in the classroom is doing a LR experimental. Hope this intelligence helps.