Just one of those questions where i still didn't get the "aaah" moment despite getting 5/6 under the ideal game time 2nd time around.
For those who want to tune in, it's on page 86.
I'm looking at q13 and i'm asking myself how am i violating the rules and why is A wrong?
This is my set up:
- Q - X - - <---Mornings
U R Y Z - - <--Afternoons
M T w TH F S <----days
you'll have to excuse the lack of space between each days, i'm not good with html and i can't figure out how to let the space for each day actually show. Just know mondays= none in the morning and U in the afternoon, and saturday ends with none in the morning and none in the afternoon.
2 additional questions i have:
1) In the stimulus it does mention that Q & R must be done consecutively, does this mean i can have Q done on an appropriate afternoon and R the following day in the morning?
2) While the stimulus specifically states that each variable must be done exactly once for a full morning or afternoon, can i have 2 variables in say, one morning or one afternoon?
Thanks in advance for the insights. October LSAT YOU'RE GOING DOWNNN GRRRRR
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I don't have this test handy right now, but if this is the game where an attorney is interviewing hostile and non-hostile witnesses over the course of a week, then Q and R are being interviewed simultaneously, meaning they are interviewed together and are treated as a unit for the whole game, always sharing a time slot. So Q and R are both in the Tuesday afternoon time slot, for example, or the Tuesday morning time slot, or whatever. And it also states that they're the only two who share a time slot, so every other witness has to be the only one in their time slot.
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