LSAT C2 – Section 1 – Game 2
J.Y.'s explanation:
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Target time: 5 minutes
First sentence of question: Exactly five objects—J, K, L, M, and N—are to be stacked one on top of the other.
Question keywords: Exactly, five, objects, J, K, L, M, N, are, to, be, stacked, one, on, top, of, the, other, Their, resulting, positions, numbered, from, 1, through, 5, bottom
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Question  Type  Tags  Answer Choices 
Model  Question Difficulty 
Psg/Game/S Difficulty 
Explanation  Quick View 

PTC2 S1 Q06 
+LG
 Sequencing  One line +SeqOne  A
1%
161
B
2%
154
C
3%
164
D
0%
E
95%
167

130 140 149 
+Easier  0 +SubsectionEasiest  Explanation  
PTC2 S1 Q07 
+LG
 Sequencing  One line +SeqOne  A
0%
166
B
1%
160
C
2%
153
D
1%
159
E
96%
167

136 142 149 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionEasiest  Explanation  
PTC2 S1 Q08 
+LG
 Sequencing  One line +SeqOne  A
98%
167
B
2%
163
C
0%
159
D
0%
156
E
0%
169

120 130 140 
+Easiest  0 +SubsectionEasiest  Explanation  
PTC2 S1 Q09 
+LG
 Sequencing  One line +SeqOne  A
2%
166
B
0%
157
C
1%
155
D
97%
167
E
0%
169

122 133 143 
+Easiest  0 +SubsectionEasiest  Explanation  
PTC2 S1 Q10 
+LG
 Sequencing  One line +SeqOne  A
4%
162
B
2%
165
C
88%
167
D
4%
164
E
1%
161

129 142 155 
+Medium  0 +SubsectionEasiest  Explanation 
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*Correction: At 6:50 in the top video, M should have been placed into 5 and J into 2 to conform with Rule 3, keeping M away from K.
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