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Yeah, I got question 23 wrong because I took the first clue (if L is at S, then N & P is at R) at face value.  Now, I'm a little paranoid.  If we're going to have to check the validity of each clue in all of these conditional statement games, it's going to be a lot of extra work and time.  :-[

Game 4 on PrepTest 34 (June 2001) is ridiculously misleading-- 1 of the conditions is that if L is at Souderton, then both N and P are at Randsborough, yet 2 other conditions make it clear that N and P CANNOT be at Randsborough at the same time.  Essentially, these conditions contradict each other.

Are any other logic games this confusing (with misleading and contradictory questions)???

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Practice scores go down with stress?
« on: May 09, 2006, 06:09:11 PM »
My timed average is probably about 171.  I started off at 170 and then peaked at 179 twice after about 10 exams...but then dropped down to 177 and then 169.  I'm kind of worried that as I get into the more recent tests, my skill set is getting more challenged?

A week-long break does sound like a good idea.  I'll be traveling for the second half of May, so that'll be some time away from this stress.


Studying for the LSAT / Practice scores go down with stress?
« on: May 09, 2006, 12:29:56 PM »
I've taken about 15 practice tests, from the 10 Actual and 10 More Actual Preptests books, and my scores over time have risen slowly, peaked very high and then started falling (my most recent score yesterday was ten points lower than my peak score). 

I've been taking the tests under slight pressure circumstances (public library, timed, no break between sections).  I'm starting to get bored and tired of taking so many practice tests--should I work through my boredom in order to build endurance, or should I take a break from studying to refresh?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Recording Answers Question
« on: May 08, 2006, 07:07:41 PM »
I believe that they mean that answers recorded in the test booklet are not graded; only the answers on the scantron are graded.

Studying for the LSAT / Food and drink at test center?
« on: May 07, 2006, 09:08:41 PM »
I've gotten conflicting reports about this.  On their website, LSAC maintains that you're not allowed to bring food or drinks into the test center, but it seems like most people do anyway.  I can't imagine not being able to eat or drink anything during the break--but 10-15 minutes isn't enough time to run to a vending machine or car for a snack.

Are food/drinks allowed?  Thanks!

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