LR: -6 (Blah!)
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171!!! Woohoo! I'm so releaved, thank you God!!!
What were TCRs for #8,14, and 21 on the LR PM?
Can we get some discussion going on 13? Does anyone remember any of the other choices? Did anyone put a different answer? I remember not really liking any of the choices but I still believe that happiness doesn't change meaning here...
Since the master list still has "not sure" for the garden one, can anyone say more about what the deal with that question was? I honestly have no clue.Garden one had a lot of premises with sufficient conditions. If garden has a sliding door it can be well coordinated... if it's summer something can happen. If the door is closed then can retain the same look during winer. Anyway i dont remember the stim well but i do remember that one of the answer choices dealt with first premise and introduced some irrelevant infor- the garden can be well coordinated if it satisfied the sufficient reason given in premise 1 even though it didnt do something else (new info;) Anyway broadly speaking i thought it gave something like if A then B. The answer was "B if A even if not C" (c was something new)
The prairie question focused on the phenomenon that in a place where humans settle, the animal world around such an area has been known to suffer a great deal. But for some reason, the birds in the MS prairie have been surviving. What could be responsible for this? less human activity at such a place. Final answer. Even if I score a 120 on the lsat, I'm pretty sure this question will bump me to a 121. Thats how much I trust it.
You could be right, but I recall that the question stated the birds actually preferred (or thrived in) the areas where people are, relative to areas where there are no people. If it did say that, then density of tress answer choice is TCR.