LSAT 16 – Section 1 – Game 1

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First sentence of question: Eight new students-R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z-are being divided among exactly three classes-class 1, class 2, and class 3.

Question keywords: eight, new, students, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z, divided, three, classes, class 1, class 2, class 3

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Question
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Type Tags Answer
Choices
Curve Question
Difficulty
Psg/Game/S
Difficulty
Explanation
PT16 S1 Q01
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
1%
150
B
1%
160
C
1%
157
D
97%
167
E
1%
160
120
124
137
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT16 S1 Q02
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
1%
158
B
0%
158
C
1%
159
D
2%
157
E
97%
167
122
133
143
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT16 S1 Q03
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
84%
168
B
3%
156
C
3%
162
D
9%
160
E
1%
163
138
149
159
+Medium 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT16 S1 Q04
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
1%
156
B
1%
164
C
1%
156
D
1%
158
E
95%
168
124
135
146
+Easier 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT16 S1 Q05
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
1%
159
B
4%
155
C
86%
169
D
4%
157
E
5%
162
141
150
159
+Medium 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT16 S1 Q06
+LG
Grouping - Pure +GrpPure
A
3%
159
B
4%
160
C
3%
161
D
81%
168
E
8%
165
130
147
163
+Medium 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation

Note: At 1:30, I made a mistake calling the rule a bi-conditional. If it were a bi-conditional, then /Y→S. That’s just not true. /Y doesn't trigger S.

The correct interpretation of the rule is just a straight up "not both" rule, S→/Y.

Thanks to the 7Sagers who pointed this out.

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