« on: February 15, 2005, 03:49:49 PM »
anyone remember, I guessed C, and people have told me that this is right.... was it?
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Princeton Review said that this arguments was harder than usual because we had several questions that were 1 long paragraph and 2 questions beased off that...
I dont remember which ones they were?
Also, what was the answer to the question about polar ice caps?
« on: February 15, 2005, 03:03:45 PM »
I just took ny second LSAT (i got a 163 on the first) and i was wondering if for example, I got a 162, would they round up to 163? Or, if I got a 164.5 would they round up to a 165? Do they round up with multiple scores?
was the main point to the bahc one that, and i remember the wording clearly "that the theory was controversial but POSSIBLE" i distinctly remember the word possible...
anyone remember this as an answer?
« on: February 15, 2005, 02:49:02 PM »
From what i have seen by observing this board for wayy too long.
2 answers that seem both to be ones that were right for questions (no memmory of which questions exactly except for that tese ones were right):
1. At least some people shared sheet music...
2. Something to do with the fact that some had to memmorize..
What do you guys think? Also, was the parrallel one (the one about the bartenders) an answer that was the letter C? please, I put down c for this one and I want to know if anyone remembers this?
Hey guys, it would be amazing if someone remembered this one! I really have tried and tried, and I cant seem to remember it, but i remember it being controversial and ify...
WAS IT THE GRVAITATIONAL FORCES QUESTION???
someone please help me out.
Studying for the LSAT / It would make my day if someone could post the questions and answers to bach« on: February 14, 2005, 11:25:39 PM »
Please someone post the questions and answers to bach... at least post what you remember... this will help a lot of people piece together how they did.
« on: February 14, 2005, 05:40:04 PM »
Guys, who here thinks that we can rest easy that there is no way that an 84 is going to be a 165 and that it will most likely be an 81 or 82 which is a 165?
I took the december test and the scale was really easy... this test was harder... any thuoghts?
blue cars(resolveX) more people drive blue cars
wines (flaw) wines other then whites avail
fear (weaken) Pleasure exp. releases same chemical
catherine the great #1 (assumnption) read all books
catherine the great #2 (parallel): distrust/enemies/linda
replacing medication with healthy lifestyle (assumption) PEOPLE DID NOT GET WORSE
dinosuars/humans/mammals (weaken) DIFFERENT CLIMATIC REGIONS
bad drivers/criminal records/alcohol (weaken) ?
tv/computers (strenthenX): people with computers have tv's.
racoon blood test (assumption) substance was in blood during test
teachers talking sh*t/jealousy(flaw): attacks character
mayors/funding from social groups (assumption) social groups not support common good
wage/jobs (fill in the blank) something about we should drive demand for products rather then worry about salaries.
boat hull (inference) if measured right, then used tool
children/computers - SHEER AMOUNT OF INFO IS INDICATIVE OF QUALITY OF EDUCATION
mosquitos part one(flaw)
mosquitoes part two (inference)
watches/supply demand: conclusion was prices not dropped, the answer was a premise
drugs/make life happier/might reduce life (parallel) dogs off leashes
polar ice caps: GROW 20,000 THEN MELT 10,000
history/current problems(inference): we should not attepmt to solve current problems by relying on history
National govts giving money to local govts: either farmers or sales contest
french wine drinkers(weaken) takes years to develope
isotopes bones(weaken) not reliable when they are that old
Does anyone have any others that they remember... lets keep posting on this