LSAT PrepTest 52 Logic Game 3 (September 2007 LSAT) three short seminars goals objections
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The setup for the third Logic Game of the September 2007 LSAT.
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I had to ask a question and I may be wrongly assuming here but if we go by your all Ss in the early part of the day and all Ls in the later part of the day, we have trouble answering question 16 with answer choices C) objections and E)goals. If G or O is on the second seminar on the second day, it pushes T to the third day and P having to come on the 2nd seminar of day 3 and leaving N nowhere to go. 1 2 3 H TG/O G/O P …. N? Only when we assume a S or a L can come first or second seminar in any of the days regardless of whether it located first or 2nd on other days does G or O allow itself to be on 2nd seminar on the 2nd day. For example 1 2 3 P H G/ oN G/o T Does that make sense? do you agree? I also assumed for some reason and all Ss and Ts come in 1st or 2nd altogether. But when I did that, I had trouble eliminating answer choices C and E in number 16. Or am I missing something? (which is highly likely). In that case, I would appreciate it if you could correct me and point out for me where I am going wrong.