tomwatts wrote:bakemono wrote:the replace a rule has been done like 10-15 times in lsat history...guess you just didn't take enough tests?
Are you thinking of something like PT 41's question 7, in which we change a rule and then see what the result is? That's kind of different. They just give a new rule and ask what the effect is. What we've been doing in the past year is trying to find a new rule that would have the same effect. They're obviously related, but they're not really the same.
I can't immediately come up with any examples of something exactly like PT 57's question 5 or 58's question 23 from before PT 57. Can anyone else?
Both 58 (September) and 59 (December) had "replace a rule" questions. It appears to be a new trend and should be/should have been noted as such.