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# LSAT Determined

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• Thank you @"Dillon A. Wright" . I'm not sure why my prep test says "September 2009, Test form: 92609
• Thank you for responding and I appreciate you all for helping us students out. As far as "look at how you're asking or what you're asking, because a little effort on your part goes a long way with us". I'm not sure what to say about this because, as…
• PT58, sept 2009. The question is about democracy and popular artwork
• I would like to know how to diagram Q#19, Sec5 from Sept 2009 LSAT. I've been looking at this question for hours and still don't see how to connect these ideas to make it a sufficient assumption
• So what if I want to apply to a school whose deadline is before I get my score back?
• bump what?
• What would the necessary assumption be? I already perceived the correlation-causation flaw but couldn't fit that as an answer choice in this necessary assumption question type
• I think you misunderstood me. I know he hasn't made ALL video explanations for every single question. I'm referring to the video explanations he did make. For example, PT71-#1, I can't hear the volume, but I can see him actually taking the test. Usu…
• @nicole.hopkins Did I diagram these conditionals correctly???? Please help! J will arrive before either M or N, but not both N-----J------M or M----J----N J will arrive after M or before N, but not both N----M---J or J---N---M
• Okay, so you're saying these two ideas are identical in meaning in terms of diagramming? 1. Either F or L, but not both, will go before M 2. L will go before F or G, but not both
• Oh, so it doesn't matter which format I use to diagram them?
• Thanks. That makes sense. I finally got it, I think
• Precisely, sometimes those questions can be very confusing, and I have a hard time eliminating the correct answer, since they are so similar
• Semi, I'm almost finished with 7sage and I recently bought the LSAT trainer
• I usually get like a 11/12 in LR and probably 13/14 in Logic Games and 12/13 in RC
• How hard is it to get at least a 155 on the LSAT?
• in terms of being selected. Is a 150 is as bad as it looks or does the percentile matter more, hence is actually higher than the score number @"GSU Hopeful"