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A better question is why do you care so much?
Were there any percentages & absolute number comparisons on the LR section of the December LSAT? Are those now obsolete?
Anyone remember any statistics problems on the logical reasoning section? How was LR compared to recent tests? Hope everyone scored in accordance with their law school goals.
Actually, I think the focus is on numbers and percentages, not "only if." I believe (B) makes sense because if this were really true, when sampled from a population, the percentage would have to be higher for the former group, but that does not necessarily mean that it is sufficient to say that is true for the whole population. How do you explain (A) as being incorrect?
from OCT wrote:Hello Quidnuncs!
Does anyone remember if there were any arguments/flaws that involved numbers, proportions, or percentages?
I humbly request an answer to whether or not there were numbers and/or percentages in any of the logical reasoning arguments on this recent exam? If so, how would you rate the difficulty level on a scale 1-5, 5 being the hardest?
- Anderson Tomal
On the Oct. LR section, were there any questions with percentages?
well, were there any percentage or proportion problems?
Were there any numbers/statistics flaws within any weaken, strengthen, or flaw type questions?
(1) How difficult were the strengthen and weaken LR questions
(2) Were there any that involved number flaws
so were there any others???
Did the June 2010 test contain a lot of weaken/strengthen questions in the LR section?
Were any of the weaken questions, statistical questions, where the answer must show that the statistic is not representative?
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