June 2007 LSAT Prep Test Section 1 Logic Games Video Setups | LSATMax®
Setups and question-by-question explanations of the Logic Games section of the June 2007 LSAT.
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Game 1: 00:00:00
Game 2: 00:18:05
Game 3: 00:43:13
Game 4: 01:05:17
It seems like he had already seen the answer sheet cause if we look at question number 19 it says only one recycling center recycled plastic so how the answer can be (d) answer should be (B).He isn’t providing reasoning to support his answer.Is there someone who can tell me how does answer came (D) instead of B
question 10 is wrong: it asks about the "first film shown on Thursday", not the entire list of films shown on Thursday…
On question 12 can't E also be false? You can't go to G for the third stop because G comes before J and you can't go to J for the fourth stop
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Hello!This video is actually teaching me a lot!I'm just confused w the free point, how could I know that I should disregard the setup that I've made?
This is really helpful to me. Your presentation reinforced some habits that were shakey, and it added some accurate dimensions that I was missing. Great job mon.
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You can't tell me that people seriously need help w/ this??? This is really all that is on the LSAT??? Seriously? why would you even need to write it out? These are baby puzzles…
At 3:45 in the video how come 0, 3, and 4 is not an acceptable order to fill in the last 3 spaces of the proof he is creating?
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Thank you so much for posting this video. I found this video to be extremely useful in preparing for Sect I of the LSAT!
Even thought the explanation is really good we need to be realistic here, in the test we need to do all the setup and diagrams + answer all the questions in less than 8 minutes (per problem). We can't take all this time + trust me, the space in the page is really limited to do al this. I took this test 2 times and the max score I got was 168 and many of the questions were answered randomly because of the time restriction.
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I don't understand why can't Thursday have a L-G-H sequence in question 8? This formation doesn't seem to break any of the rules. What am I missing?
Im confused for question 13. Why can't the combination be G M J G T M T ? It doesn't violate any rules..
If I was not doing this myself, I wouldve thought that if W needs N then in the same sentence N always needs W. Why does this rule not apply in this problem?
Does it throw anyone else off that the conditions say "and no other film is shown after it on that day"?…The only reason I could believe that other movies are shown on one day is because it says in the passage that everything is show AT LEAST once.
16:58, the bottom left answer (#1) disproves E, the one you circled…
Completely misread question 8!!! I thought it was asking the maximum number of times "Limelight" could have shown in the three days! The wording of that question is Very wrong. It reads as one film. not each film or films. Thank you for helping me understand what the question asked. Ive seen this question a number of times and didn't understand how I got it wrong until just now!
does anyone know why in question 23 the answer has to be a)? does the question says that all the types of materials should be used in a certain possibility? For example, does the question say that we couldn't have 1) W;N;T; 2) N;T; 3) P;N or T?
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