Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Boogaloo
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Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:49 am

Woke up and barely remember the questions on the LR sections. Though, as many people have pointed out wisely, trying to remember the test now serves close to no purpose, I feel the need to propose this: in the most generic way possible, list the questions you remember on the LR section (making sure to exclude information about question type, any answers, or any sort of directive.). I guess this will just help jog our memory of LR questions and how secure we felt in addressing them on the test. These are the ones I recall:

- computer programming; productivity
- children; ladder
- exotic birds; tropical fish; gerbils
- tropical fish; camouflage
- sunscreen; skin cancer
- privatization of parks
- dinosaur; marine reptiles
- rapper; music professor
- blade tips; etching
- 65 older or younger
- star; age of universe
- sentient beings; intelligence
- mental illness; organic compound
- company; marketing campaign; new product
- beta-carotene food/supplements; 24 yr study; 12 yr study

As I remember more, I'll chime in.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby RefleX » Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:30 am

I can attest to all of these being real because I didn't have an EXP LR section. All in all, I think that the LR section *might* have been easier to compensate for the LG. Hopefully that's what it is.

Boogaloo
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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:34 am

They are all real. I only had two LR sections. I'm just trying to remember them! Thought of one more:

- throat surgery; snoring

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Anomaly » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:06 am

nice! how about something like:

obligations of happiness?

Boogaloo
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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:50 am

Oh yea! I remember that one now. Also:

- Wild/captive bird beak size
- Antiques

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby CBS2012 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:18 am

Some of these may or may not have been from the experimental section.

Dangers of space travel
Dinosaurs/lions hunting movement
cutting children's museum or television (experimental)
skin cancer and sunscreen
65 and malnourished
circular pattern of meteor impact
snoring and throat problems
becoming majority stockholder
symptoms of mental illness
forest mice/lyme's disease
suffering from arthritis
tuition fees
bacteria becoming immune to treatment
New Cezanne (or another painter?) painting
painting and teaching children
selling bad raspberries

Again, some might be experimental.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Tullstone » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:19 am

I had to guess on the pet store question. Thats one of the hardest FL LR questions ive seen. It was hard to make a deduction because I couldn't find out which info was relevant.
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Boogaloo
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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:36 am

Hmm..I don't remember these:
circular pattern of meteor impact
forest mice/lyme's disease
New Cezanne (or another painter?) painting
painting and teaching children


But I remember bacteria being resistant; majority stockholder; selling raspberries. Good ones!

Here's one more:
- Jupiter's moon; Life; Water

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby liltay357 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:43 am

Did anyone have a LR experimental with 26 questions? I had LR RC LR LR LG

all my LR sections had 26 ?'s unlike most ppl who I hearing only had 25. Any thoughts as to which section was experimental. Im guessing section 3 because section 1 was more difficult :shock:

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby 2014 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:38 pm

Moving to an Urban Area for Jobs vs Antiques

It was the 2nd to last one on a LR section and still has me bothered to day because it is literally the only question on the test where I can say with 100% certainty I missed it :(

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby legal10101 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:43 pm

I had RC LR LG LG LR

I recall all but:
forest mice/lym disease
New Cezanne
Painting and Teaching
Children's museums

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby spets » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:51 pm

Does anyone know if the Siberia; comets/asteroids one was part of the experimental section?

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:55 pm

spets wrote:Does anyone know if the Siberia; comets/asteroids one was part of the experimental section?


I don't remember either, and I had an experimental LG.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby spets » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:59 pm

Boogaloo wrote:
spets wrote:Does anyone know if the Siberia; comets/asteroids one was part of the experimental section?


I don't remember either, and I had an experimental LG.


Dammit thats not good for me then. I thought that LR section was way easier. By the way, it's part of the same question, so if you don't remember it then it was prob experimental.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Sandro » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:01 pm

I thought October's LR seemed easier coming out of the test. Who knows.

Boogaloo
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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:02 pm

The list so far:
- computer programming; productivity
- children; ladder
- exotic birds; tropical fish; gerbils
- tropical fish; camouflage
- sunscreen; skin cancer
- privatization of parks
- dinosaur; marine reptiles
- rapper; music professor
- blade tips; etching
- 65 older or younger
- star; age of universe
- sentient beings; intelligence
- mental illness; organic compound
- company; marketing campaign; new product
- beta-carotene food/supplements; 24 yr study; 12 yr study
- throat surgery; snoring
- obligation of happiness; money
- wild/captive bird beak size
- antiques; urban area; jobs
- majority stockholder
- bacteria becoming immune to treatment
- raspberries; diseased plants
- Jupiter's moon; life; water
- suffering from arthritis
- tuition fees
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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby SupraVln180 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:20 pm

Octobers LR was alot weirder than yesterday's, this was more straightforward.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby 2014 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:28 pm

Arthritis and Tuition are definitely real.
I don't remember meteors, think it was exp.

E - Tuition was a tough question actually.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby reptar320 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:46 pm

can anyone confirm whether stone mason/wooden mills was real or experimental?

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby 2014 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:53 pm

reptar320 wrote:can anyone confirm whether stone mason/wooden mills was real or experimental?

Exp.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby jd20132013 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:58 pm

2014 wrote:Moving to an Urban Area for Jobs vs Antiques

It was the 2nd to last one on a LR section and still has me bothered to day because it is literally the only question on the test where I can say with 100% certainty I missed it :(



Just required too much reading. I thought I was able to get a good guess in

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Sandro » Sun Dec 12, 2010 3:20 pm

wasnt antiques just a LR question asking you to do something that most other questions like it entail ? < very vague

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun Dec 12, 2010 3:41 pm

Sandro777 wrote:wasnt antiques just a LR question asking you to do something that most other questions like it entail ? < very vague

[EDIT BY MOD: NOT VAGUE ENOUGH.]

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby cvntstscrty » Sun Dec 12, 2010 7:44 pm

LSAC prohibits discussion, including the so-called “postmortem” discussion of test questions immediately after a particular test administration, because it has the potential to affect the fairness of the LSAT and the law school admission process. This thread has been logged and appropriate action may be taken.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby joebloe » Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:50 pm

cvntstscrty wrote:LSAC prohibits discussion, including the so-called “postmortem” discussion of test questions immediately after a particular test administration, because it has the potential to affect the fairness of the LSAT and the law school admission process. This thread has been logged and appropriate action may be taken.

Caveon Test Security is a test security vendor for LSAC.

I find the use of vague boilerplate threats to be a rather lame tactic, especially considering the crowd here.

That the phrase "appropriate action may be taken" is used as opposed to "appropriate action will be taken" suggests that appropriate action may not be taken. That or inappropriate action may be taken. Also ambiguous is exactly what "appropriate action" entails, and who the actor is.

Caveon should not cave on PR. Catch more flies with honey: I would not be surprised if discussion in the vaguest terms were curtailed if someone from LSAC wrote a friendly, "C'mon guys, just wait a little while, it'll be worth it, it makes our jobs a lot easier and keeps test administration fees low".




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