PT 32, section 3, (LG#3)

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Mr. Berns

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PT 32, section 3, (LG#3)

Postby Mr. Berns » Sat Sep 18, 2010 2:54 am

I'm posting another game from PT32. I got all seven questions correct, but took my sweet time (14 mins). I diagramed it as a linear game that is very open-ended. I don't think I missed any upfront inferences, but approaching each question with just a good understanding of the rules meant I was cycling through too many hypotheticals after the first two relatively easy problems.

If anybody has any advice, it is very appreciated.

My very boilerplate PS-style diagram, courtesy of imgur:

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Eugenie Danglars

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Re: PT 32, section 3, (LG#3)

Postby Eugenie Danglars » Sat Sep 18, 2010 5:49 am

You had to draw hypotheticals for several of these questions. The key is to do it efficiently. You have to learn when to stop looking for inferences and when to move on...for me, it only happened after I took toooons of practice.

Also, try reworking your games a couple days later. The LSAT uses the same concepts and patterns over and over, so being able to see and use the patterns quickly will be very helpful.

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