LSAT 16 – Section 1 – Game 3

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First sentence of question: On an undeveloped street, a developer will simultaneously build four houses on one side, numbered consecutively 1, 3, 5, and 7, and four houses on the opposite side, numbered consecutively 2, 4, 6, and 8.

Question keywords: undeveloped, street, developer, simultaneously, build, four, houses, 1, 3, 5, 7, 2, 4, 6, 8, ranch, split-level, Tudor

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PT16 S1 Q13
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
2%
160
B
3%
158
C
2%
159
D
91%
167
E
2%
160
129
141
152
+Easier 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT16 S1 Q14
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
8%
160
B
83%
168
C
3%
158
D
5%
158
E
1%
156
142
151
161
+Medium 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT16 S1 Q15
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
92%
168
B
3%
159
C
1%
151
D
1%
157
E
3%
157
135
144
153
+Medium 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT16 S1 Q16
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
77%
169
B
2%
153
C
14%
161
D
6%
160
E
0%
157
147
156
165
+Harder 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT16 S1 Q17
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
2%
158
B
6%
162
C
5%
159
D
2%
158
E
85%
168
138
148
159
+Medium 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT16 S1 Q18
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
73%
169
B
6%
164
C
6%
161
D
10%
161
E
4%
163
147
157
168
+Harder 0 +SubsectionMedium Explanation

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