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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q15 linguist vs. philosopher

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Holy hell, what is this bullshit? I only wrote a handful of the Logical Reasoning explanations for this project–the crowd did the bulk of the work–but here, yet again, I want to slap someone in the face. The philosopher is a dumbass.

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q14, pleasure and getting what one wants

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Guest blogger: Chino Baluyut I’m Chino, and I’m an English teacher.  What am I doing answering an LSAT question on Nathan’s blog?  I’m living the ultimate “what if” scenario”¦ what if I opted for law school instead of education? I think I’ve made the […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q23, a botanist experiments with radishes

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Graeme Blake is an LSAT instructor in Montreal. He scored a 177 on the June 2007 LSAT, and has taught for Testmasters and Ivy Global. The former VP of Curriculum Development at 7Sage LSAT, he’s the moderator of Reddit’s LSAT forum, and the author […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q22, martial arts magazine circulation

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Graeme Blake is an LSAT instructor in Montreal. He scored a 177 on the June 2007 LSAT, and has taught for Testmasters and Ivy Global. The former VP of Curriculum Development at 7Sage LSAT, he’s the moderator of Reddit’s LSAT forum, and the author […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q21, Skiff’s book and Professor Nguyen’s vow

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Graeme Blake is an LSAT instructor in Montreal. He scored a 177 on the June 2007 LSAT, and has taught for Testmasters and Ivy Global. The former VP of Curriculum Development at 7Sage LSAT, he’s the moderator of Reddit’s LSAT forum, and the author […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q2, acrylic paint

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project Kathleen Thurmond, unlike most of the 20-somethings I work with, isn’t entirely certain what she wants to do with her life. It’s refreshing to work with her… at 37, I know at lot less than I did at 27. Kathleen might choose law school, […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR2, Q24, an LSAT lesson from Adam Carolla

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project As a daily listener of The Adam Carolla Show, I was surprised to find that this question seems to have been written by Adam. He might have had to dictate it to an assistant, otherwise we’d still be hearing the <click>… <click>… … … […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR1, Q23, an anthropologist on eating animals

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project The anthropologist plays it safe in her conclusion. “That conclusion [that taboos against eating certain animals came from practical considerations] is unwarranted,” she claims. She doesn’t say ”you’re wrong about practical considerations, this is what really causes animal-eating taboos,” instead she just said “well, what about […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR1, Q12, I sincerely apologize

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project After reading the first sentence, I almost started diagramming this one. I actually got out a pencil, and hovered it over the page. But then I read the rest of the argument, and put the damn pencil away. Diagramming on Logical Reasoning is dangerous. […]

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June 2013 LSAT, LR1, Q1, Jake, Karolinka, and germs

Crowdsourcing the June 2013 LSAT:  June 2013 LSAT Explanation Central | About this project The first thing I noticed about Mer is that she laughed loudly at my stupid jokes in LSAT class. The next thing I noticed is that she was getting it. She started with a 145, and within a few months she was knocking on […]

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