Anyone feel strongly about their answer to the Shakespeare question from the latest test?
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Studying for the LSAT / Re: HYSHopeful's Last Minute LSAT Tips & General LSAT Advice (How I got a 177)« on: October 11, 2010, 05:11:34 PM »
HYS, when you walked out of the test center, did you know you had just killed it? Or did you have doubts/worries?
Exactly how does C weaken the argument? As I understand it the argument is that many economists overestimate the degree to which people are motivated by money when making job choices. The premise is that in many surveys most people do NOT name high salary as the most desirable feature of a job.
Is C implying that the reason jobs with the same salary vary in other financial benefits is because employers have to entice people to take them some how? Or is it saying that while salary may not be the most desirable feature named in most surveys, some other financial benefit may be?
In any event, it seems like an answer that just barely weakens the argument.
Does LSAC make the experimental section stand out at all by making the section particularly difficult or exotic? Or, conversely, do they make it conspicuous by making the questions rather easy and forgiving? When you took the test, did you walk away knowing which section was the unscored section?