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Law School Applications / Re: October LSAT games
« on: October 02, 2004, 07:58:33 PM »
Hey could you all pleaseeee help me... I think I might have to cancel my score because I just don't know how I did on that 3rd game with the f,g,o and you had to put them in order(1-5) but also tell what century (8,10,15).  Anyhow, I think that question 13 was the first question of the game... and it was a "which one is an acceptable list of...".. does anyone remember any answers they got to any of these questions in this particular game?  And question 14 was one about if f could only be in one spot... but I can't remember the others.  I memorized all the acutal letters I put down for the questions in this game so anything will help.
Thank you!!!!!

Question was:  If there is only one 10th century, then where can F NOT go.  The answer was C.  F cannot go in 3 because 3 has to be 10th century (because 3 is higher than 4 and four cannot be 8).

Do you think that one was AD/BC dependent?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 07:10:38 PM »
Do you guys remember in that game they wrote AD in the rules?  I remember seeing it.

Yeah it said AD all right.  I still got confused, probably screwed up my whole score.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 07:03:49 PM »
did the 10th century one have to be 3rd?

There could be more than one 10th century one.  There could only be one G, though, and G had to be 10th century.  Also, the third had to be 10th century.

Superior, how many do you think relied on the AD/BC realization?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 07:00:14 PM »
I think that there was one question on the third game that had to do with how many could be 9. I think that someone who thought BC instead of AD would still have gotten this one right, at least I am hoping.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:58:21 PM »
gooooo .... when you say the answer was definitely 4 r u referring to question 17 game three about max number of slots for f? i reread the instructions so many times I really think it didnt explicitly state each of the three (FGO) had to be represented. All it said was that that the sites were each one of the three and  eachone of three centuries...it did not say (I dont think) that one of EACH OF FGO had to be in them or that one of 8 9 or 10 had ot be in them. This was the second twist of this game...because u nly know the distribution through your deductions -- only one G and you have to have at least 2 f's because you cant have o's on slot 4 and 5 bu becuase neither of slot 1 or 2 has to be 8, either or all could be f -- it could all 4 fs 1 g...does this sound right to you? Or did i re read it over and over and still screw it up?

No you are definitely right about this.  It didnt say that each architect had to be represented.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:48:23 PM »
that's tricky as F**K to put 8th,9th,10th and say "more recent"... f**kin bull$hit...

I know what you mean.  I took it as 8 being more recent (initially) as well.  But then I had like 5 minutes left and was looking over the rules and realized more recent would make 10 the most recent, and so on.  Fortunately, 5 minutes was just enough time to re-do that game.  I agree though, that was some tricky *&^%.

And for the record, I thought the fourth game was one of the most difficult games I've ever seen.  I simply could not come up with any helpful secondary deductions at all.

How many did you have to change once you realized it?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Oct Games
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:47:33 PM »
How many questions would someone who thought that it was BC as oppossed to AD automatically get wrong?  I'm thinking 4/5, all except for the last one, the answer was definitely 4.  I think I screwed up royally now that I realized misinterpreted this.  

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: October 2004 LSAT: the aftermath
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:11:12 PM »
Hey guys,
I know obsessing afterwards is pointless, but I can't help it.  Does anyone know what the right answers were to the following questions:

- READING COMP, "Chinese immigrants" section:  For the last question, what statement, "if true", would support the author's argument in the last sentence of the paragraph???  His argument was that Chinese immigrants were in large part responsible for the success of the region... so I picked the answer that was something like "Studies show that the region was extremely fertile if irrigated"... Any thoughts?

- READING COMP, "Neuroscience" section:  For the very first question, what was the main point of the passage?  I think I picked (B), which was that What's-her-face's discovery of the Nerve growth factor was an important discovery in the field.... Any thoughts?

-READING COMP, "Neuroscience" section:  What would the author of the passage say is so significant about her discovery?  I was torn between either (A) which was that it led to a better understanding of the development of the nervous system, and (E) which was that it discovered a specific substance in mouse tumors that stimulates nerve cell growth.  ???

-LOGICAL REASONING, (I forget which section):  The question gave us a paragraph about opposition parties that rise to power but then splinter into disagreements once they are victorious.  We had to complete the sentence logically -- was it (B) that they must find a way to patch up their differences if they are to retain power, or (C) that they may not promulgate a new ideology to justify their policies once they are victorious???

I realize this is a little obsessive, but if anyone could let me know what they put, I'd be very grateful!
Thanks.

For the chinese question it was the fact that businesses now owned by chinese people on the Pacific Coast are doing well or whatever.  This proved that they changed the lanscape or whatever.

The main point of the nerve passage was that her discoveries led to large improvement in the field.

The opposition parties had to refrain from breaking apart on ideological grounds once they gained power.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Easiest Test of All Time
« on: October 02, 2004, 06:04:51 PM »
ey bro sounds like u had a handle on the eam do you know which reading comp was the real section was it the one with nerves and bach? also for the games do you remember for the third game (GFO) how many spaces F could be in for the last question? 17 I think...



The real section had that nerve passage.   F could be in 4 spaces.

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Studying for the LSAT / Easiest Test of All Time
« on: October 02, 2004, 05:40:45 PM »
It was one of the 5 easiest tests ever given in my view.  The minisclue game section was a breeze, arguments were mostly straightforward, and RC was pretty simple.

Some of the harder questions were the parallel reasoning one regarding scientists and their hypotheses (comparing to tree watchers or whatever) and the political scientist's comments on campaign finance reform). 

I'd be pissed if I missed more than 6, I'm guessing 173-177. 

Don't cancel, you will not get an easier test. 


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