LSAT C – Section 1 – Game 3
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Target time: 10:47
First sentence of question: Each of exactly three parksJessup, Island, and Hilltophas at least one attraction. Each attraction is exactly one of five different types: fountain, garden, museum, playground, or theater.
Question keywords: three, parks, jessup, island, hilltop, attraction, fountain, garden, museam, playgroud, theater
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Type  Tags  Answer Choices 
Curve  Question Difficulty 
Psg/Game/S Difficulty 
Explanation 

PTC S1 Q13 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
1%
149
B
1%
153
C
1%
160
D
91%
167
E
6%
163

132 142 153 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q14 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
3%
159
B
1%
163
C
6%
157
D
85%
168
E
4%
161

144 152 160 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q15 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
3%
158
B
6%
162
C
5%
158
D
83%
168
E
3%
159

147 154 162 
+Harder  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q16 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
5%
159
B
70%
169
C
4%
159
D
12%
164
E
9%
161

151 160 168 
+Hardest  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q17 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
8%
162
B
5%
159
C
5%
160
D
10%
160
E
72%
169

153 160 167 
+Hardest  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q18 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
74%
168
B
7%
164
C
3%
156
D
5%
158
E
12%
164

147 158 168 
+Harder  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
PTC S1 Q19 
+LG
 Grouping with repeating items +GrpRep  A
70%
168
B
6%
164
C
10%
161
D
9%
163
E
5%
161

151 160 170 
+Hardest  0 +SubsectionHardest  Explanation 
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