In my last post I created a setup for the third Game in the June 2007 LSAT. I didn't make any huge brilliant inferences, but that's okay... I don't need to crush every game in order to finish four games in 35 minutes. I did crush Game 1, and I did well on Game 2. So if Game 3 ends up taking me a little longer, that's okay. I have plenty of time in the bank.
Question 11 is a list question, which will enable me to check to make sure I understand all the rules properly. What I'm going to do here is test all the rules, in order, to eliminate answer choices. After testing **all** the rules, if I've done it correctly, I should be left with one and only one answer. If I am left with two answers, or if I eliminate all five answers, then that means I don't understand something properly. So I'm going to use this question to my advantage, to doublecheck that I'm on the right track.

(This will be the same technique I used on the first question of Game 2. This is an extremely common type of question... and it's an **easy** type of question, once you get used to it.)

**Rule 1: J can't be fourth.** This gets rid of D. I'll never have to look at D again on #11. All other answer choices pass this rule, so I don't have to think about this rule again on #11.

**Rule 2: T must be seventh. **This gets rid of E. I'll never have to look at E again on #11. All the other answer choices pass this rule, so I don't have to think about this rule again on #11. I'm already down to just A, B, and C.

**Rule 3: M must go exactly twice, with at least one voyage to G between the two voyages to M. **This gets rid of B. Answers A and C both pass this rule, and are the only two answers remaining.

**Rule 4: G must immediately precede every J.** This gets rid of C. The only remaining answer is A. But before choosing A as my answer, I'm going to *make sure* I haven't effed anything up by checking the remaining rule.

**Rule 5: No destination scheduled for consecutive weeks. **A doesn't break this rule. A has passed all the rules, and all the other answer choices have been eliminated. So A is our answer. Easy!