155-156 is likely, 158 if I'm lucky.
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« on: February 04, 2006, 06:35:26 PM »
The second I saw birds in game two i got pissed and thought of jays, shrikes and wrens...........
LOL, Someone on this board actually said a couple days ago that's the one thing they did NOT want to see on the LSAT was jays, shrikes, and wrens. As soon as I saw that game, I thought of that post.
« on: February 04, 2006, 06:00:35 PM »
But he also said the practice was draconian. He was talking about the populace's response when he said "unpopular", but he wouldn't have used the word draconian if he didn't think it was an appropriate word.
« on: February 04, 2006, 05:34:30 PM »
I think it really would have been funny if there had been a groupthink question like this:
The author of this passage would be most likely to agree with which of the following statements:
A) Group cohesiveness is the primary determining factor of GroupThink
B) People who engage in groupthink are more likely to develop well-reasoned, and moderate solutions.
C) People discussing the LSAT after the test will be more likely to engage in GroupThink than people who do not.
D) The factors contributing to GroupThink will never completely be known.
E) A non-cohesive group is more likely to experience GroupThink than a cohesive one.
Well, considering I had to make wild guesses on the last to LR questions in section 3, I guess I don't feel too bad now. Too bad section 2 couldn't have been experimental. I still cannot believe I farked that one up so badly.