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candylover

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June 2006 LSAT problems
« on: May 06, 2009, 11:20:38 PM »
Hi everyone,

I was having trouble on a few problems and was hoping to get some feedback as to why the correct answer is correct and the wrong ones wrong for the following problems.

June 2006 LR section 2

#17 - This is the problem that talks about Humans being complex....I chose A and forgot the rationale behind my decision. A was correct by the way. Why are B and C wrong especially and how is A right?

#16 - I chose wisely yet again, but how are A and C wrong.

#7 Please explain why E is correct and why the others are wrong.....

Thanks in advance by the way to whomever helps me out with this, well actually this is kinda helping everyone out because in essence it is still problem review (hehe - lol) ;D

LawDog3

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Re: June 2006 LSAT problems
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2009, 11:36:46 PM »
When confronting specific LSAT questions directly, it is usual protocol to post the actual question and choices. Just a heads-up...you'll get answers much faster.