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November 17th, 2018 LSAT Information and Discussion

Ssouki
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I had the LR-RC-LR-LR-LG, and all 3 LR sections had 25 questions as far as I can remember
Wstudent
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Curve predictions?
DavidJennings6
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Of course, not certain, but it does seem that way

LR (25 Questions): Bonobos Monkeys, Evergreen trees Parallel/ Parallel Flaw right at the end
LG
LR (26 Quesrions):
RC
LR (25 Questions): Crux Question about ants making tunnels with specific type of resin. Osteoporosis

If one of the 25 Question sections was experimental, as is suggested by the typical question number for the LSAT, then it’s the first section, since I’ve seen people posting about osteoporosis.

If

I also had this same format for my test. Based on what everyone is saying, it seems like the my second LR section (26 questions) was experimental. Within that section there was also a dual question.. (questions X and X use the same "passage")
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Ms1995 wrote:If my test was LR RC LR - LR LG, is there any way for me to find out which of my LR were experimental besides just remembering the content?


No, unfortunately. There are multiple test orders and I can have section 1 as experimental whereas you might have section 3 as experimental :(
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Dave Killoran wrote:
Ms1995 wrote:If my test was LR RC LR - LR LG, is there any way for me to find out which of my LR were experimental besides just remembering the content?


No, unfortunately. There are multiple test orders and I can have section 1 as experimental whereas you might have section 3 as experimental :(



So for this test order was the 4th (3rd LR) real?
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I had an experimental RC section that had the comparative section talking about some language and numbers thing. It was the fourth passage in the section.
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DavidJennings6 wrote:Of course, not certain, but it does seem that way

LR (25 Questions): Bonobos Monkeys, Evergreen trees Parallel/ Parallel Flaw right at the end
LG
LR (26 Quesrions):
RC
LR (25 Questions): Crux Question about ants making tunnels with specific type of resin. Osteoporosis

If one of the 25 Question sections was experimental, as is suggested by the typical question number for the LSAT, then it’s the first section, since I’ve seen people posting about osteoporosis.


I also had this same format for my test. Based on what everyone is saying, it seems like the my second LR section (26 questions) was experimental. Within that section there was also a dual question.. (questions X and X use the same "passage")


I definitely didn’t have a dual question, so yeah the second section with 26 questions was experimental
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Wstudent wrote:Curve predictions?


Still compiling information. Won't be extreme though!
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Dave Killoran wrote:
Wstudent wrote:Curve predictions?


Still compiling information. Won't be extreme though!


What's your definition of "extreme"?
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DavidJennings6 wrote:
Dave Killoran wrote:
Wstudent wrote:Curve predictions?


Still compiling information. Won't be extreme though!


What's your definition of "extreme"?


-14, -13, -8...
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