LSAT 29 – Section 3 – Game 4

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First sentence of question: Exactly six piano classes are given sequentially on Monday: two with more than one student and four with exactly one student. Exactly four females - Gimena, Holly, Iyanna, and Kate - attend these classes.

Question keywords: six, piano, classes, sequentially, monday, student, females, Gimena, Holly, Iyanna, Kate, five, males, Leung, Nate, Oscar, Pedro, Saul

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Type Tags Answer
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Curve Question
Difficulty
Psg/Game/S
Difficulty
Explanation
PT29 S3 Q20
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
2%
157
B
5%
158
C
2%
161
D
2%
156
E
90%
166
139
147
156
+Medium 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT29 S3 Q21
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
78%
167
B
3%
159
C
4%
154
D
6%
161
E
9%
159
147
155
163
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT29 S3 Q22
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
2%
162
B
80%
166
C
4%
159
D
4%
159
E
9%
160
142
152
163
+Medium 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT29 S3 Q23
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
5%
162
B
11%
161
C
6%
161
D
72%
166
E
7%
161
145
157
168
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT29 S3 Q24
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
4%
159
B
8%
161
C
7%
161
D
10%
161
E
71%
167
147
158
169
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation

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