Past LSAT Explained/The Official LSAT PrepTest With Explanations and the LSAT Itemwise

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October 2001 Form 1LSS51

Contents

Section I Logical Reasoning[edit]

Question 01[edit]

Question 02[edit]

Question 03[edit]

Question 04[edit]

Question 05[edit]

Question 06[edit]

Question 07[edit]

Question 08[edit]

Question 09[edit]

Question 10[edit]

Question 11[edit]

Question 12[edit]

Question 13[edit]

Question 14[edit]

Question 15[edit]

Question 16[edit]

Question 17[edit]

Question 18[edit]

Question 19[edit]

Question 20[edit]

Question 21[edit]

Question 22[edit]

Question 23[edit]

Question 24[edit]

Question 25[edit]

Question 26[edit]

Section II Analytical Reasoning[edit]

Question 01[edit]

Question 02[edit]

Question 03[edit]

Question 04[edit]

Question 05[edit]

Question 06[edit]

Question 07[edit]

Question 08[edit]

Question 09[edit]

Question 10[edit]

Question 11[edit]

Question 12[edit]

Question 13[edit]

Question 14[edit]

As with all games, the key to understanding this game is to understand the rules behind it. Because the explanation of the rules can be confusing I will lay them out in an easier format.

1. "A train makes 5 stops around a loop through 5 stations P Q R S T, in that order - stopping at exactly three of the stations on each trip." Because the game does not state which states are stopped at first, any 3 of the 5 options can be picked as the first stations. Even though this is a 'loop' do not bother yourself with drawing a circle describing the stops. Simply write five vertical lines of the stations that are stopped at during each trip.

2. "The train stops at any given station on exactly 3 trips, but not on three consecutive trips." This is says the train will hit every station exactly 3 times in the course of 5 stops, but will not stop at that stations 3 times in a row.

3. "The train stops at any given station at least once in any two consecutive trips." This says that the train must stop at least once, could be more than once, at a station within two trips.

The inferences on this game are tricky, but try to map it out on paper. If you try to move more than one station per trip, you end up over lapping too many stations by the 5th trip and you are left with stations that have 3 consecutive trips. You can only move one station per trip to keep the rules in line.


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Question 16[edit]

Question 17[edit]

Question 18[edit]

Question 19[edit]

Question 20[edit]

Question 21[edit]

Question 22[edit]

Question 23[edit]

Question 24[edit]

Question 25[edit]

Question 26[edit]

Question 27[edit]

Question 28[edit]

Section III Reading Comprehension[edit]

Question 01[edit]

Question 02[edit]

Question 03[edit]

Question 04[edit]

Question 05[edit]

Question 06[edit]

Question 07[edit]

Question 08[edit]

Question 09[edit]

Question 10[edit]

Question 11[edit]

Question 12[edit]

Question 13[edit]

Question 14[edit]

Question 15[edit]

Question 16[edit]

Question 17[edit]

Question 18[edit]

Question 19[edit]

Question 20[edit]

Question 21[edit]

Question 22[edit]

Question 23[edit]

Question 24[edit]

Section IV Logical Reasoning[edit]

Question 01[edit]

Question 02[edit]

Question 03[edit]

Question 04[edit]

Question 05[edit]

Question 06[edit]

Question 07[edit]

Question 08[edit]

Question 09[edit]

Question 10[edit]

Question 11[edit]

Question 12[edit]

Question 13[edit]

Question 14[edit]

Question 15[edit]

Question 16[edit]

Question 17[edit]

Question 18[edit]

Question 19[edit]

Question 20[edit]

Question 21[edit]

Question 22[edit]

Question 23[edit]

Question 24[edit]

Question 25[edit]

Question 26[edit]