LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby puff0ffluff » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:33 pm

Bstbll wrote:
puff0ffluff wrote:
happyshapy wrote:I had a question near the end of my 3rd LR (section 4) about flower fragrances/colors. I went LR (25)- LG- LR (26)-break LR (25)- RC

But I don't remember anything with hot springs being first.... I'm going to cry if my fourth LR was experimental because I thought I crushed it.



i'm with u ;_; hoping kid-with-girlfriend is just a troll



I like the nickname. If you look at the other topic though, I'm not the only one saying it. I understand how you feel though, I wish I was trolling as well, I liked section 4 more than 3.



did u have the 25-26-25 or the 25-26-26?

also, does anyone who did not have the 25-26-25 have a bunch of questions in the beginning of the 25Q section with.... almost only two interchanging letter answers? or where the answers all fairly evenly distributed?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby dietcoke0 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:35 pm

tedler wrote:
dietcoke0 wrote:Or 102. No real set number, just whatever they're feeling


So how the hell are people so opinionated about which section was experimental?


Because of what is the general conclusions

I had LG, LR, RC, RC, LR

If I remember a LR question, then it was obviously scored. So by deductive reasoning, people can figure which one of their LR was real and which one wasn't

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby tedler » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:41 pm

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby dietcoke0 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:43 pm

Then you had all three sections, and you should be asking those of us who had RC and LG exp which one was your EXP.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby thelawschoolproject » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:44 pm

toddly76 wrote:I had LG-LR-RC-RC-LR. And I had a long-ass half page principle question.



+1

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby mickeyD » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:53 pm

For those whose LR1 was 25 questions, "hot spots" one of the first questions (if not the first, right?)

or was that LR2 (section 3)

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby dietcoke0 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:56 pm

Had Hot spots, but don't remember anything about it. Had RC EXp Sec

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby happyshapy » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:58 pm

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby Bstbll » Sat Oct 01, 2011 9:26 pm

happyshapy wrote:was heavy metal anti-bio in the same section as mickey's pizza?



No. Heavy metal anti-bio was the same section as the question about game show prizes. Mickey's pizza was in the section with lots of long principle questions, including one about MOD EDIT

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby CaptAdams » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:16 am

I had LR, LG, LR, LR, RC and the second LR was experimental for me, and here's why: First, I had 25, 26, 26 questions, and second, I had seen one of the questions in the second LR, verbatim, before on a practice test.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby TMC116 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:29 am

Bstbll wrote:
happyshapy wrote:was heavy metal anti-bio in the same section as mickey's pizza?



No. Heavy metal anti-bio was the same section as the question about game show prizes. Mickey's pizza was in the section with lots of long principle questions, including one about justifying accessing someone's computer without permission.


which counted?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby senorhosh » Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:23 am

Bstbll wrote:
happyshapy wrote:was heavy metal anti-bio in the same section as mickey's pizza?



No. Heavy metal anti-bio was the same section as the question about game show prizes. Mickey's pizza was in the section with lots of long principle questions, including one about justifying accessing someone's computer without permission.


Anyone know which of the metal anti-bio one or the pizza one is the same section as the alzheimer/microglia one?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby LuckySpurs » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:49 am

my test order was lr lg lr lr rc

lr-movie rental place
lr-I can't remember anything
lr-computer question/principle
I know for certain I had the pizza place question, crying monkeys, the tornadoes, govt democracy, a ton of flaw questions and assumptions questions tended to be toward the end.

Did anyone with only two LRs have the movie rental question?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby Mitterrand » Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:34 am

I remember on my lsat LR section i had one question about lawyers? that was a half a page.

I had LG LR LG RC LR so if you had a half page bs question that related to lawyers, that section is real.

Also the one with the heavy metals and antibiotics was a real section. I think i had that in the 5th section as well.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby puff0ffluff » Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:40 pm

they can go ahead and ban if it makes them feel better. all these people just went through hell and back. a lot of people are staking their futures on this test. what people say will have no effect on their tests scores anyways, so u know what? enjoy.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby nygrrrl » Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:54 pm

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby senorhosh » Sun Oct 02, 2011 2:35 pm

nygrrrl wrote:Actually Puff, it doesn't make us feel better. We all went through that test too, remember? But these are the rules of the forum (and LSAC, by the way.) This is one of the things TLS takes quite seriously. Here. To be more clear:


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4. What about Question Four? If C can't go on Tuesdays, then it has to be Wednesday right? Ban.
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5. But it was a parallel reasoning problem. Ban.
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8. Let's trick them by disguising what we're saying. So, hypothetically, if I were a coffee grower..... Ban.
9. You would be displeased with government regulation of pesticides. Ban.
10. But not price controls. Ban.
11. Is that because, hypothetically, price controls would raise prices and revenue? Ban.
12. It's just a cost problem in general. If you were a coffee grower, the legal pesticides would, hypothetically, cost more. Ban.
13. Whoa, it's just like Question 13 from the second LR section in PT 39. Ban.
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Is discussing the topic of a question a violation (on this board and to lsac)?

For example:
"anyone remember if there was a question in LR about flesh eating zombies"
.. which is pretty much this whole thread.
I will edit my posts if they are

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby puff0ffluff » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:27 pm

sure, if they think ban warnings will scare people from posting, they can continue believing that. In case no one else noticed, a lot of people joined yesterday right after the test. I don't really think they care if they get banned. In the long run, they lose nothing by posting what they want to know, but have a potential of gaining information. To a lot of people, it's worth the risk.

Besides, TLS doesn't really benefit from banning users, do they? Banning users will make it so that these people can't report their admissions stats later on, which I'm sure can't be good for TLS admissions graphs. And let's face it, the past admissions graphs is one of the primary factors that keeps traffic on this site.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby kaiser » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:33 pm

Either the 1st or 3rd was experimental but there is no way for you to know unless you discuss the questions. DO NOT make assumptions based on difficulty or wording of the questions.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby rich_4 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 4:12 pm

senorhosh wrote:
Bstbll wrote:
happyshapy wrote:was heavy metal anti-bio in the same section as mickey's pizza?



No. Heavy metal anti-bio was the same section as the question about game show prizes. Mickey's pizza was in the section with lots of long principle questions, including one about justifying accessing someone's computer without permission.


Anyone know which of the metal anti-bio one or the pizza one is the same section as the alzheimer/microglia one?




pizza was in the same section as Alzheimer's.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby HellOnHeels » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:12 pm

rich_4 wrote:
senorhosh wrote:
Bstbll wrote:
happyshapy wrote:was heavy metal anti-bio in the same section as mickey's pizza?



No. Heavy metal anti-bio was the same section as the question about game show prizes. Mickey's pizza was in the section with lots of long principle questions, including one about justifying accessing someone's computer without permission.


Anyone know which of the metal anti-bio one or the pizza one is the same section as the alzheimer/microglia one?




pizza was in the same section as Alzheimer's.

so was the pizza in the experimental or was it a scored section?

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby tyro » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:36 pm

Sounds like the Alzheimer's section was real because everyone seems to have had it.

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby nygrrrl » Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:00 pm

puff0ffluff wrote:Besides, TLS doesn't really benefit from banning users, do they? Banning users will make it so that these people can't report their admissions stats later on, which I'm sure can't be good for TLS admissions graphs. And let's face it, the past admissions graphs is one of the primary factors that keeps traffic on this site.

Lol. Your reasoning is flawed. Complain about this one all you like but this is a strictly-enforced, LSAC-driven rule.

Senorhosh - Nah, that's vague enough to get a pass. It's more of a, "If you had the flesh eating zombies question, did you get A? Because I know it had to be A or C and I love those parallel reasoning questions!"
(LSAC would see THAT as a biiiig no no.)

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Re: LR LG LR LR RC - Which is experimental?

Postby kwais » Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:04 pm

puff0ffluff wrote:sure, if they think ban warnings will scare people from posting, they can continue believing that. In case no one else noticed, a lot of people joined yesterday right after the test. I don't really think they care if they get banned. In the long run, they lose nothing by posting what they want to know, but have a potential of gaining information. To a lot of people, it's worth the risk.

Besides, TLS doesn't really benefit from banning users, do they? Banning users will make it so that these people can't report their admissions stats later on, which I'm sure can't be good for TLS admissions graphs. And let's face it, the past admissions graphs is one of the primary factors that keeps traffic on this site.


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