« on: October 06, 2004, 11:38:00 PM »
I searched for an answer, but couldn't find it.
Like many of you, I took the LSAT recently. I was quite relieved to find out that parking lot X was valid on Monday and Tuesday (which I inferred, but couldn't prove), and that the author was most likely 'unimpressed' with Modernists.
However, I wasn't able to find the answer to my third question: On the passage that dealt with the Nerve stuff (I'm a political science major. Physical science gives me hives. Sorry I'm not more specific), there was a, "This author most likely considers the discovery important because....."
The two answers I narrowed it down to were something along the lines of,
"Because it was the first Nerve Growth Factor discovered"
"Because it paved the way to more detailed understanding of the nervous system".
I went with the latter. Anybody want to go off their recollection? Better yet, does somebody have a detailed recollection of what that one was like