The test makers are notoriously clever when it comes to the interplay of variable sets in Logic Games, particularly with how they word the rules and restrictions governing distributions. So how can you prepare yourself for this challenge, and what methods can be used to “test” the limits of variable interactions? Today’s LSAT Forum Post of the Day addresses both of these concerns, as PowerScore Developer Jon Denning explores exactly what to do when faced with complex language and the uncertainty it creates.
Here’s a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Jon provided to this student:
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