LSAT 50 – Section 3 – Game 1

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First sentence of question: At each of six consecutive stops—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6—that a traveler must make in that order as part of a trip, she can choose one from among exactly four airlines.

Question keywords: six, consecutive, stops, 1,2 , 3, 4, 5, 6, traveler, trip, four, airlines, l, m, n, o, next, stop, airline

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PT50 S3 Q01
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
0%
165
B
1%
159
C
2%
158
D
97%
163
E
0%
154
120
120
129
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT50 S3 Q02
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
1%
155
B
96%
163
C
0%
152
D
2%
157
E
1%
157
120
128
139
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT50 S3 Q03
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
1%
159
B
6%
158
C
92%
163
D
1%
156
E
0%
153
120
132
145
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT50 S3 Q04
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
3%
156
B
2%
157
C
3%
157
D
3%
157
E
89%
164
129
140
151
+Easier 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation
PT50 S3 Q05
+LG
Sequencing - Twist +SeqTwst
A
1%
153
B
97%
163
C
2%
157
D
1%
158
E
1%
156
120
130
140
+Easiest 0 +SubsectionEasiest Explanation

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