Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby 58932ugahoige » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:19 pm

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

Postby banjobob » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:55 am

"being rich and being happy", i remember from early 20's of a LR. was stuck between two answers.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby MRsimon » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:02 am

Does anyone remember one about old Hollywood film being lost forever ? I had this in my 4th section (LR)

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby akikaze » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:18 am

MRsimon wrote:Does anyone remember one about old Hollywood film being lost forever ? I had this in my 4th section (LR)


Yes, I remember this question. Also one about arthritis that I still can't figure out. Some other BS about marine dinosaurs and their fins vs birds that yielded a super-weird answer for me.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:55 am

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
- transferring old Hollywood film
- big families; small families; child allergies

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:20 am

I hated that beta carotene question, got sucked in by a trap answer.

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

Postby Boogaloo » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:37 am

Haha, yea. Oh, beta-carotene.

It bothers me that I simply cannot remember the tuition increases and arthritis questions, apparently the toughest LR questions.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby kkklick » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:45 am

Boogaloo wrote:Haha, yea. Oh, beta-carotene.

It bothers me that I simply cannot remember the tuition increases and arthritis questions, apparently the toughest LR questions.

Tuition was easy for me, arthritis was tough no doubt.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby LSATSecurity » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:52 am

joebloe wrote:
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".


C'mon guys, just wait a little while; it'll be worth it. It makes our jobs easier and keeps test administration fees low.

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Re: Jog Down Dec. 2010's LR Lane

Postby Boogaloo » Mon Dec 13, 2010 11:06 am

Haha, alright! Fair enough. I'm out.




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