Could be False/Could be True
For this one, I got confused by the could be false question stem because I put it terms of true w...
Kia on December 27 at 12:42AM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q17
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#2 and #5
Hi, The video explanation only explains the last question but I got #2 and #5 incorrect and I ...
on December 9 at 04:58PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q6
1
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Understanding
I am not how the speaker was able to get to the answer choice of seven. I am also not understandi...
on December 9 at 04:56PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q5
1
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Do I add up the condition from the first questi...
Hi there, I have a question. So there are a few questions in one game. Do I add up the condition ...
Kelly on December 9 at 04:52PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q3
1
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Linear games
if Fox is not eligible then how is it M eligible? If they are in the same position. I don't under...
Diego on December 9 at 04:50PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q1
1
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Sequence Rules
Are "I" and "L" grouped together since it says "AND"? I separated them in my hypothetical chains ...
Cassia on October 7 at 03:49PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q1
1
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Sequencincing game question 6
Why are we allowed to ignore the fact that J and H come after Glassen as established by the base ...
Peter on August 1 at 07:25PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q6
1
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Answer choice E?
Answer choice E is also correct according to the setup. Can someone please explain why it is list...
on July 26 at 12:38AM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q17
1
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Is there another way to answer this question?
How I got 7 in this question was that I did my base. I knew already K had to be first so that got...
Josue on April 22 at 05:09PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q2
1
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Can you please explain? I already saw the quest...
Hi, I am a little confused because if we do a chain where follows like this K>I/L>F>N>M>G>J>H ho...
on April 16 at 10:22PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q3
1
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Why is it not possible to pair I, L or K with N
If the question asks, "If Nassar's salary is the same as that of one other partner" why must we f...
Joseph on April 1 at 07:17PM
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q4
3
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Doesn’t make sense
The so-called correct answers are completely reliant on assumptions. There is provided absolutely...
Monika on December 30, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q5
3
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G1 Question 4
Couldn't a sequence of K>I>F>M>G>J>H>L>N be possible and not violate any rules, therefore, meani...
Chidera on December 12, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q4
2
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Can you explain how you started the sequence?
I don't understand the question, can you work out the problem?
Grady on October 31, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q1
4
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Chain Sequencing
Hi - question as to why N can only go #3 or last? The qualifiers do not say that the chain elemen...
Jennifer on October 5, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q4
1
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Sequence Chains
Hello Everyone, I just wanted clarification on the sequencing chains that we created when engag...
Max on July 15, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q1
4
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Understanding what is being asked
For this question I interpreted it to mean how many different possible arrangements could there b...
on July 12, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q5
1
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The Last Practice set in this section is imposs...
Are we supposed to draw the diagram ourselves? I feel like a picture should be provided but it di...
Pasquale on June 13, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q18
1
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Sequencing game question 2
Hi, I can see to start I missed the question to start because I was counting from M and not L. ...
Madison on June 1, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q2
1
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SKI CHALETS Q13-19
Can someone please show how to diagram this game. I am so lost. Thanks.
on May 28, 2022
  • February 1992 LSAT
  • SEC3
  • Q18
3
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