LSAT PrepTest 78 Logic Game 2 (June 2016) Four students assigned history project search - 7Sage -

LSAT PrepTest 78 Logic Game 2 (June 2016) Four students assigned history project search – 7Sage

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LSAT PrepTest 78 Logic Game 2
June 2016 LSAT

Four students will be assigned to a history project in which they will search archives from the years 1921, 1922, 1923, and 1924.


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  1. why can O go into 1 if R is already out? isn't free to flow?

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  3. Hello, I can see that we can derive many inferences by attacking the game using this approach, on the other hand I was wondering why we did not create templates using the first rule (L OR T in 3), as I tend to see that most games with this structure and also containing an either/ or rule like rule 1 tend to split the game into templates.

    Thank You

  4. Why is 04 not the answer on question 7? Is that not the same answer as Y1? I guess it assumes that you want to start at 1 and work forward? just a little confusing to me.

  5. The rule that says "Only L or T can be assigned to 1923" I understand that as meaning "1923 must have either L or T assigned to it" but I do not interpret that as meaning "L/T can only be assigned to 1923." So if L is assigned to 1923, why can't T be assigned to 1924? The condition that either L or T occupy 1923 is fulfilled. ??

  6. Question 7 makes no sense. You could literally have either O or Y in 1 to force M into 2. I really wish the reasoning was better explained in question 7. Why wouldn't the answer have been O1 instead of Y1?

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