LSAT 52 – Section 2 – Game 4
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First sentence of question: A bread truck makes exactly one bread delivery to each of six restaurants in succession—Figueroa's, Ginsberg's, Harris's, Kanzaki's, Leacock's, and Malpighi's.
Question keywords: bread, truck, bread, delivery, six, restaurants, figueroa's, ginsberg's, harri's, kanzaki's, leacock's, malpighi's, earlier, later
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Type  Tags  Answer Choices 
Curve  Question Difficulty 
Psg/Game/S Difficulty 
Explanation 

PT52 S2 Q18 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
3%
157
B
9%
157
C
86%
164
D
2%
156
E
1%
152

136 146 156 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
PT52 S2 Q19 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
92%
163
B
2%
156
C
2%
157
D
2%
154
E
3%
159

129 140 151 
+Easier  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
PT52 S2 Q20 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
4%
158
B
15%
159
C
4%
156
D
2%
155
E
75%
165

144 153 163 
+Harder  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
PT52 S2 Q21 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
3%
157
B
2%
156
C
88%
164
D
5%
157
E
2%
159

136 146 156 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
PT52 S2 Q22 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
11%
159
B
9%
159
C
63%
165
D
8%
158
E
9%
161

148 159 170 
+Harder  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
PT52 S2 Q23 
+LG
 Sequencing  Conditional rules +SeqCond  A
5%
158
B
6%
158
C
8%
159
D
11%
159
E
70%
165

147 157 166 
+Harder  0 +SubsectionMedium  Explanation 
At 1:27, J.Y. meant to say “ if M if before F ” (not “if M if before H”).
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