I-W Rule?
If the game is split into two segments... then does the order of I W matter if they are not in th...
ZoeH Monday at 09:38PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q1
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after watching the video it says J has to be on...
I do not understand why J has to be on Wednesday and not placed on Tuesday. Can't we have J on We...
Narinka on March 6 at 02:34PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q19
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Game setup
The video was very helpful thank you!!! But I do have a question because I was worried about ...
Karlie on January 21 at 09:21PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q19
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Question 13 - Diagraming
Why would you not set this game up as a GURU game? I had 4 plausible scenarios. 1. R Q/S V ...
Anna-Rogers on January 21 at 09:18PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q7
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June 2014 LSAT LG
How can we determine the relationship between segment one and two? If I is the last in 1st segmen...
kens on January 21 at 09:15PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q5
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I completely understand this game however, I am...
I have tried each answer choice and each one does not allow me to determine every spot.
afreeman7972@gmail.com on January 21 at 09:12PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q5
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T and W
Why can't T be shorter then W? All we know about T is that it is shorter than N and longer than S.
rachelsilver on January 21 at 09:00PM
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q4
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What I did to make this a Guru game
In my set up, somehow I had the epiphany S and Q would tell me more about this game than where R ...
AndrewArabie on March 4, 2023
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q7
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Dont just reverse
Is it true that V & Z can be with S is because it does not violate the 4th rule of if v(I) then z...
DevinFuller on March 1, 2023
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q18
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This game is beyond my grasp
Ive come across this game close to a dozen times and still can't figure out how to answer the que...
AndrewArabie on March 1, 2023
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q23
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Understanding Video Explanation
I am working to improve my understanding of substitution questions and noticed in this example, t...
matthewgsmithok on November 17, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q12
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How is the answer B?
"I" has to come before W.
Tyler808 on July 22, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q1
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Why do we have to have J working on a workpiece?
In the game setup explanation it is said that we know J has to work on any given day, but I dont ...
waterskieb33 on May 19, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q19
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Still confused
I've watched the video explaining question number 17 multiple times and I am still not understand...
Anna on May 9, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q17
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Having a hard time understanding this question
"If one workpiece is worked on by only two of the four employees in the course of an entire workw...
Angel92 on April 27, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q21
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Can you explain the proper set up here?
This game made no sense to me. If N is the longest out of the total 5 options and S is always the...
jflem on April 26, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q1
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Help
Could you please explain why the rest of the answer choices were wrong? Especially, (C) seems ver...
Batman on February 5, 2022
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q12
5
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Three
Hi! Could you explain why the order couldn't go first segment: N I, second segment: W T S. Wouldn...
elawrencehenderson on June 9, 2021
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q3
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Can you show how K works??
I've tried many situations with K on Wednesday but cannot seem to make it a valid placement. Can ...
Andrew on April 27, 2021
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q22
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Why Not D?
I was thinking if W and Z are in S.. then that means WYZ are in S right?
Olamide-Adeyeye on January 30, 2021
  • June 2014 LSAT
  • SEC4
  • Q15
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