LSAT 22 – Section 3 – Game 3

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First sentence of question: Six paintings hang next to each other as shown below. Each of the paintings is an oil or else a watercolor. Each oil is directly beside, directly above, or directly below another oil.

Question keywords: Six, paintings, hang, oil, watercolor, directly, beside, above, below, nineteenth-century, twentieth-century

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PT22 S3 Q15
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
1%
161
B
3%
157
C
5%
159
D
16%
161
E
75%
168
148
157
165
+Harder 147.77 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT22 S3 Q16
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
0%
161
B
1%
159
C
2%
157
D
96%
166
E
0%
160
130
139
148
+Easier 147.77 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT22 S3 Q17
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
6%
158
B
2%
159
C
83%
167
D
8%
162
E
1%
155
143
152
161
+Medium 147.77 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT22 S3 Q18
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
3%
160
B
3%
160
C
2%
161
D
3%
161
E
90%
167
132
143
155
+Medium 147.77 +SubsectionMedium Explanation
PT22 S3 Q19
+LG
Miscellaneous +Misc
A
91%
167
B
3%
160
C
2%
159
D
3%
157
E
2%
159
139
148
157
+Medium 147.77 +SubsectionMedium Explanation

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