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James Bond wrote:I will 100% guarantee you that there will be a curve on the Feb LSAT. You're welcome.
lol thank you good sir. Do you think that it will be just as generous as the December curve? Me hopes so! Everyone was saying how HARD the LG section was this time around, and both LR sections + RC were pretty average. I still didn't get to finish my sections though... I was relying on my performance on the LG section to determine how well I would do, but this test threw me into a loop. It was my first section, so for the other four sections I felt really discouraged and pondered numerously about walking out on the exam and canceling again. Hopefully I will get somewhere around my average PT score at the very least, but my outlook is pessimistic. Argh!
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aether wrote:pu_golf88 wrote:PT 34, Section 4, Game 4.
Doesn't this mean that if L is at S then O has to be at both R and S.
That is exactly what it means. You're understanding the logic perfectly, Golf. You're just failing to take the last little inference step.
Whenever Dr. Longtree works at Souderton, we have a paradox: Dr. Onawa is suddenly required to be in two places at once. But Dr. Onawa cannot be in two places at once! It's impossible. Therefor... (drum roll, please)
...we infer that Dr. Longtree can never work at Souderton.
When you spotted this paradox, you were supposed to permanently assign Dr. Longtree to the Randsborough clinic and continue working the problem!
Make sense now?
WOAH, I totally did not see that. This is the first I've seen lsac do that on a game. I did not even think about that. Thakns for that!