LSAT 36 – Section 4 – Game 1

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First sentence of question: A fruit stand carries at least one kind of the following kinds of fruit: figs, kiwis, oranges, pears, tangerines, and watermelons.

Question keywords: fruit, stand, carries, figs, kiwis, oranges, pears, tangerines, watermelons, selection

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PT36 S4 Q01
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
0%
157
B
83%
160
C
11%
150
D
4%
152
E
2%
153
135
144
153
+Medium 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q02
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
35%
156
B
0%
154
C
9%
154
D
56%
161
E
1%
150
143
156
170
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q03
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
24%
154
B
3%
158
C
3%
156
D
4%
154
E
66%
161
136
150
164
+Medium 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q04
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
11%
154
B
15%
155
C
55%
162
D
14%
155
E
6%
157
146
158
169
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q05
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
6%
152
B
5%
156
C
9%
154
D
24%
155
E
56%
162
147
158
168
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation
PT36 S4 Q06
+LG
In/Out - Basic +InoBas
A
7%
153
B
8%
154
C
65%
161
D
12%
155
E
7%
154
142
154
166
+Harder 0 +SubsectionHarder Explanation


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If you had trouble with this game, you should practice the other Games that are similar to this one (listed below).  That way, you'll learn to see how the Logic Games really are all the same. That's how high scorers see them and that's how you can improve your speed, accuracy, and score.

Start with the Games in the same set as this Game.  Then, work on the Games in the other sets.

The Easy In/Out Games Set
PT24-Game1 | PT29-Game1 | PT36-Game1 | PT48-Game1 | PT54-Game1 | PT63-Game1
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The Basic In/Out Games Set
PT33-Game2 | PT40-Game4 | PT45-Game3 | PT58-Game2

The Basic+ In/Out Games Set
PT34-Game4 | PT41-Game3

The Medium In/Out Games Set
PT20-Game2 | PT39-Game4 | PT47-Game2 | PT58-Game4 | PT59-Game3

The Difficult In/Out Games Set
PT31-Game2 | PT32-Game2 | PT49-Game3

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