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October 2001 Form 1LSS51

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Section III Analytical Reasoning[edit | edit source]

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Section IV Logical Reasoning[edit | edit source]

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Henry Adams, ""Rembrandt or not Rembrandt?" 1995 by the Smithsonian Institution.

Jeremy Bernstein, "The Passions of Mme. Curie." 1995 by NYREV, Inc.

James P. Draper, ed., Black Literature Criticism. 1992 by Gale Research Inc.

Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, "The Psychology of Preferences." by Scientific American, Inc.

Charles Sevilla, "Unanimous Juries Are Essential." 1983 by Greenhaven Press, Inc.