anyone else thought PT 27 was brutal?

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anyone else thought PT 27 was brutal?

Postby lsat_doobie » Mon May 31, 2010 3:59 pm

was this test harder than most? I've been doing the PTs in the 20s (because I've done all the newer ones) and they seem a lot harder than the newer PTs, especially the LRs which seem so much more straight forward in the newer tests.

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Re: anyone else thought PT 27 was brutal?

Postby LSAT Blog » Mon May 31, 2010 10:02 pm

The LG in the 20s are harder than modern LG.

PT27 contains the lizards and snakes game (G2) and the film buffs game (G3), both of which are time-consuming.

PT27, G2 is easily one of the toughest games ever.

I wouldn't say LR in the 20s are harder than modern LR, though.

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Re: anyone else thought PT 27 was brutal?

Postby theZeigs » Tue Jun 01, 2010 6:02 pm

LSAT Blog wrote:The LG in the 20s are harder than modern LG.

PT27 contains the lizards and snakes game (G2) and the film buffs game (G3), both of which are time-consuming.

PT27, G2 is easily one of the toughest games ever.

I wouldn't say LR in the 20s are harder than modern LR, though.


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I can't imagine taking the test, getting the snakes lizards game, then hitting the film buffs game; esp. if I couldn't make the big deduction in the buffs game. I would fill in the two bubbles, sign the Johnnie Hancock, and roll out.

I don't remember the LR on 27 specifically, but I do agree about the LR with above poster. I think that RC were "easier" back in the day, this is so subjective that I'm not sure it's really the case, just my opinion maybe.




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