Over the longterm there has been some minor changes to the details of the lsat. For example, in the earlier ones you would see something like the harvest game - the one where you have 5 people, three per group and each has to show up three times in a cycle (those expert lsat people will know this game). There were also a few circle games. Then there was the one of mixing chemicals.
Over the years, it seems that lsats have become more consistent (games at least) in terms of the next lsat being relatively similar in overall format to the previous ones.
I know some years back, there was the maueve dinosaur game that threw everyone off, but it was simply a difficult game rather than being overly structurally different.
Did the June 2013 LSAT conform to the general trend of overall similarity?
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The thing is, unpredictable games, are naturally unpredictable. You won't see another color mixing games, because if they are going for something unpredictable, they'll do something they haven't done before. I'll agree that more recent sections are a little more uniform, but curveballs still appear. See Zones from Oct 2012...