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First, Courts do not just take things away as soon as the(y) get the chance.
Things are only taken away if your peers feel you have committed a wrong and must pay retribution by money or jail time.
Also, you will be studying tons of appellate cases where there is a panel of judges. Majority makes the law and rules in favor of one party or another. There must be some agreement of feeling, some sympathy granted towards one side or another. They see it one way or another. Thats just how it works. It is not random. The fact that we even are given a trial and have a right to appeal is proof that our government is sympathetic, and even grants that errors are made.
Second, maybe you should reread the constitution, specifically the Bill of Rights. It's definitely worth a reread before you start law school. There is some really great proof that the government is sympathetic towards its people.
You're getting closer but Section 1 of the 09/95 exam is an AR section (per the 10 Actual Official LSAT Prep Test Book). It sounds like you mean Section 2 (the first LR section).Thanks for taking the time to dig for that. My PS book says Sec. 1
So, you have a bit of a math question. Choice E adds a new given (premise) - total revenue (from tuition) has remained the same. So, can you infer tuition has gone up? Sure.
If the number paying double tuition has gone down but total revenue from tuition has remained the same then the amount of tuition must have gone up.
If you only post the PS page number but not the actual PT, section and question number, you limit the number of people who can respond.Sorry about that. First time question poster. I don't know the preptest # best I can do is:
"Harmony or agreement in feeling"? Really? Be prepared to have your idealism take a hit.
Take a hit from what? I don't think it is too idealistic at all. I think that good government is sympathetic to its people in all branches. You haven't said anything constructive at all. Just "Really." That just makes me think you are nontrad and think you have had more life "experience." No need to be condescending. I would like to hear your version.