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# mc_meatt

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• thank you guys!
Comment by mc_meatt June 2016
• @Pacifico @stepharizona Nothing is mentioned about the size of the photo on lsac.org. So... Anyone else have an idea???
Comment by mc_meatt June 2016
• I think using the biconditionals would be the best way. Thanks guys!
Comment by mc_meatt May 2016
• @quinnxzhang Thank you thank you~ I think I almost get it except... what would then "always apart, never together' rule look like? I know that 'if and/but only if' is one indicator that indicates this biconditional, but are there any other? or is thâ€¦
Comment by mc_meatt April 2016
• @Micaela_OVO Thanks, if I add the word 'always' to that rule (M and N cannot always be selected together), would that turn this not both rule into a biconditional (always apart, never together)?
Comment by mc_meatt April 2016
• @Pacifico Thanks! How about this one? "The students at this school take math. Mike is a student at this school, so he takkes math." Could you explain how that is different from this? Thank you!
Comment by mc_meatt February 2016
• THANKS A LOT
Comment by mc_meatt January 2016
• @DumbHollywoodActor. Had a question. When you said "referential phrases," are you talking about words like "but" or words like "that, those"?
Comment by mc_meatt December 2015
• @nicole.hopkins I get it now! Thanks!
Comment by mc_meatt December 2015
• Thanks all!
Comment by mc_meatt December 2015
• @tanes256. Thanks, but I was asking for denying the conditional statements (group 1~4). Should I just place "It's not the case that" in front of the conditional statements to deny them?
Comment by mc_meatt December 2015
• @GSU Hopeful @nye8870 Thanks! I did look at his explanation. See, L and M could've seen the same film. I understand that G, L, and M cannot all see the same film, but L and M can. Doesn't that fact alone prove "E" to be wrong?
Comment by mc_meatt October 2015
• @ENTJ can you actually name some websites that contain dense readings except for like economist wsj time etc? thanks
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @Pacifico Thanks! do you know if I can pay for the CAS like right now even though I'm not applying this year?
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @Dillon when will those missing explanations be uploaded to the course? cause for a lot of the new problem sets, the explanations are missing.
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @Alan so there's no explanation videos for the new prob sets?
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• the videos of the new sets ~ not working. no sound
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @hopkins lol
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• not worth it. go with manhattan
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @Cheuk. when are you guys gonna post a price tag for ultimate+?
Comment by mc_meatt July 2015
• @"Jordan McMahon". Would be appreciated if you could send me one too! thanks. and I'll also try to come up with my own and share with ppl
Comment by mc_meatt April 2015
• @Dillon A. Wright do we need to get our own prep tesys for the problem sets in the core curriculum also? or is it the case only for the PT x?
Comment by mc_meatt April 2015
• someone please elaborate more about this tech issue... has this tech issue been resolved?
Comment by mc_meatt April 2015
• Nice. Can someone post a cheat sheet for LG?
Comment by mc_meatt April 2015