October 2010 LSAT Section 3 Question 11
Ravi on June 8, 2019@Moreira-Tetauira,
Moreira on June 9, 2019Makes sense !! I can now practice better because I understand this. Also what if there are 2 or 3 that have multiple rules just pick one randomly ?
Ravi on June 9, 2019@Moreira-Tetauira, if there are 2 or 3 that have multiples, see if one of them has more multiples than the others and start with that one. If they all have the same number of multiples, then just start with any of them and then move on to the others.