man_utd_4l wrote:I despise Zephyr Airlines....
The Zephyr Airlines game must have been spawned and written by Satan himself. It's pure evil.
It's a very unique game type that had only been administered once before as the fourth game in the PT#6 October 1992 LG section, the lake with connected islands.
None of the explanations and setups about it I've seen from various well known LSAT prep companies have much in common in terms of how to set it up, how to approach it, or classify it.
It destroyed a lot of peoples scores on that test day given that it was the third game and has seven questions.