As it is presented in the passage, the approach to history taken by mainstream U.S. historians of the late nineteenth...

JakeT on January 15, 2020

Game 1 Question

Example: On Game 1, you used the hypothetical from Question 3 to help answer question 5. Doesn't the LSAT now only allow you to view one question at a time? If so, would you say it is better to rewrite the hypothetical or look back to try and find one similar (for time purposes)?

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Ravi on January 15, 2020

@JakeT, great question. You're correct—you can only view on question at a time on the LSAT now. However, this shouldn't be a problem, as the proctors will give you a booklet with scratch paper and a pen. You'll be using the booklet to write out your hypotheticals, so you can just refer to your previous work. In this case, you would have already done a hypothetical on your scratch paper for #3, and when you get to #5, you can just look at that work.

Does this clarify things? Let us know if you have any other questions!

JakeT on January 16, 2020

@Ravi Yes! Thank you for explaining.

Ravi on January 17, 2020

@JakeT, you're welcome! Let us know if you have any other questions—we're here to help!