Preptest 2, Game 4

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Theopliske8711

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Preptest 2, Game 4

Post by Theopliske8711 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 2:55 pm

I have to say, this game had me stumped for a while. What would be the best way to attack this game. It took a while for me to conceptualize everything in it, especially as the rules are overlapping.

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Re: Preptest 2, Game 4

Post by Manhattan LSAT Noah » Sat Oct 13, 2012 3:23 pm

Theopliske8711 wrote:I have to say, this game had me stumped for a while. What would be the best way to attack this game. It took a while for me to conceptualize everything in it, especially as the rules are overlapping.
I'm not sure if you looked at our diagram for it, but here it is in case not: http://www.manhattanlsat.com/forums/pre ... g-f73.html

Definitely not a clean game.

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Re: Preptest 2, Game 4

Post by Theopliske8711 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:37 am

Thanks! It seems that some of the early logic games seem to be much more perplexing than the newer ones. Am I right to see this or am I just screwing them up?

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Re: Preptest 2, Game 4

Post by Manhattan LSAT Noah » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:04 pm

Theopliske8711 wrote:Thanks! It seems that some of the early logic games seem to be much more perplexing than the newer ones. Am I right to see this or am I just screwing them up?
There was definitely more odd games back then. Around 2000 things started easing up in that respect. But, good to use those games so we're ready for anything...

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