CardozoLaw09 wrote:vracovino wrote:Sometimes the LSAT just bothers me. "Definetly read the stem first." Well I mean we all do that here, but if that's the attitude the test writers have towards the question than why does the stem come AFTER the stimulus? That does not imply that you should always be reading the stem first.
It would be pretty awkward to have a stem-stimulus-answer choices arrangement. The only other alternative is to have the stem and answer choices above the stimulus, but then that would be even more awkward.
I don't think that would be awkward. That's already how you're reading it. All I'm saying is if the test is written as to where you should read the stem first than it should be first.