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i.e) Only when behaviors become typical among an animal population can we conclude that genetic alteration has occurred in that variety of species.

I would negate it as "We can conclude that genetic alteration has occurred even when bahaviors have not yet become typical among the animal population."

I get there just by examining the meaning of the statement, and then trying to state the logical opposite.

yeah i like to examine the meaning also but sometimes i go back and forth from doing that and inserting a "not" when i can.

so was my example of doing it wrong?

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you sir are GROSS.

with that said, im waiting for the logic game. thank you.

-theguyisnotgross

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you sir are GROSS.

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Law School Applications / Re: i did something bad..
« on: October 01, 2008, 03:23:52 PM »
with your numbers im sure those schools, most if not all, will overlook that. im sure it happens A LOT. youre not the first person and certainly wont be the last.

of course you should be more careful. it goes without saying but im positive you will be okay.

gl and best wishes!

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NOT Only when behaviors become typical among an animal population can we conclude that genetic alteration has occurred in that variety of species.

That's the way I usually do it- not sure if it's right either though...??  I just usually try and stick "not" anywhere i can to negate.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT - Quick Study Guide
« on: October 01, 2008, 12:38:10 PM »
LSAT Quick Study Guide is an oxymoron.

There is no such thing as quick.

And if there was, you certainly wouldnt want to spend time or money on it.

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Law School Applications / Re: The Economy & This Cycle?
« on: September 30, 2008, 10:03:13 PM »
^ lol im one of them!

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Law School Applications / Re: A pretty general question
« on: September 30, 2008, 06:14:26 PM »
Quick question about LOR's.

If Im applying ED do I absolutely have to them in byt he deadline or will I still be able to be eligible if I send in everything but those? Would it be okay basially if the LOR's would trickle in little by little or no?

Sorry if it's a silly question I just want to be certain.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: For those that have already taken an LSAT..
« on: September 30, 2008, 01:40:09 PM »
For my first test, I took it in a lecture hall with the "foldable" desks. They covered about half my lap and were very low. It was pretty awful, and I'm the kind of person who is not easily bothered by atmosphere. I walked out with a cramped neck and back and generally a painful experience. (and a 168)

For my retake, we had big tables that sat two people to a table, I spread out all my paperwork, had my watch sitting in front of me, it was beautiful and lovely. (and resulted in a 176)

It's kind of a luck of the draw type of thing. (Both test sites were universities, so it wasn't a university vs. hotel situation)

THANK YOU EVERYONE!
And Ester, I sent you a PM did you get it yesterday?

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I just found it! FEB 1995

Thank you everyone!  :)

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