DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

saskia321
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DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

Postby saskia321 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:48 am

Just finished my LSAT in India. I’m wondering if the one with fruits (mangoes etc), order of movies, sequencing game and voting/zoning committees was experimental? It seems to have been experimental for others in the US but I’m not sure if we all get the same experimental worldwide...

Real RC:
1. Laws - formalist
2. Comparative
3. Jazz
4. Something about researching a new chemical on the basis of oysters

I don’t remember LR so can’t help there but I thought the 1st LR was harder than the second

Taylor223
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Re: DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

Postby Taylor223 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:57 am

That LG was experimental. The real one started with managers/new hires game.

CuplatBeijing
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Re: DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

Postby CuplatBeijing » Sun Dec 03, 2017 11:42 am

saskia321 wrote:Just finished my LSAT in India. I’m wondering if the one with fruits (mangoes etc), order of movies, sequencing game and voting/zoning committees was experimental? It seems to have been experimental for others in the US but I’m not sure if we all get the same experimental worldwide...

Real RC:
1. Laws - formalist
2. Comparative
3. Jazz
4. Something about researching a new chemical on the basis of oysters

I don’t remember LR so can’t help there but I thought the 1st LR was harder than the second


The LG including voting/zoning committees is probably the experimental one. That question is so difficult...

milkdairy
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Re: DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

Postby milkdairy » Mon Dec 04, 2017 4:46 am

One of the real LG was about semester one and semester two course selection

aaa!!
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Re: DECEMBER LSAT/Asia

Postby aaa!! » Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:04 am

Does anyone else find the rule "if a and b, then c" rare and difficult? or is it just me not prepping enough?

I don't remember encountering anything like this before and did not know how to integrate it into the in/out diagram.
so the right contrapositive is ~c--> ~a/~b/~a and ~b, I did not realize this until the last question of the semester game...how many questions do you guys think this will impact?

There were two such rules in the semester question and another one in the book-purchasing question :((((




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