- Mon Jun 14, 2021 4:47 pm
I recommend memorizing that separated in the logic games section on the LSAT means the same thing as between on the LSAT. So we have to have at least two weeks in between H and S. Aka we need two slots in between H and S. H_ _...S or S_ _ ... H is how I wrote it.
If S is fifth, there is no room for H because H would have to go first or second, which is not possible. H cannot go first because T/R must go there, and H cannot go second because L has to come before H.
The first time I saw separated on the test, I was confused as well, so I do have sympathy, but sometimes it's easier to just write it on a flashcard and memorize it for next time instead of trying to make an argument as to why the test makers are wrong.
I hope this helps and I wish you all of the luck in your studies.