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it must be 2.. the games experimental section guy solves the problem


experimental section is always in the same position

Studying for the LSAT / Re: June 2004-- Logical Reasoning Question
« on: May 30, 2005, 06:42:21 PM »
First off, the most helpful indicator is that the stimulus is a "good argument." 

If you switch the stimulus around in an order you're more likely familar with, it reads like the following:  No good things ever cause harm.  Wealth often causes harm; therefore, wealth is not a good thing.  As you can tell reading it that way, that's a good argument.

If you switch answer choice "D" around, it reads like this:  Most dachsounds hunt poorly.  Sarah's dog hunts very well; therefore Sarah's dog is not a daschound.  This is obviously a bad argument because Sarah's dog could be one of the few dachsounds that does not hunt poorly or even one that hunts very very well.

I know Akron law does.  A good rule of thumb is that the shittier the school, the more likely it is to accept a June lsat.  The second rule of thumb is, the higher the score you get, the more likely they are to accept an application with a June LSAT.  It's a numbers game, and most schools will bend their "rules" for the appropriate numbers.  Expect your numbers would need to be well above their average if you want serious consideration.

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