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January 22nd, 2013, 05:49 PM
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LSAT Analytical Reasoning Problems

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January 23rd, 2013, 12:49 PM
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Re: LSAT Analytical Reasoning Problems

Here I am giving you the LSAT Analytical Reasoning Problems as below:-

Directions: Each group of questions in this section is based on a set of conditions. In answering some of the questions, it may be useful to draw a rough diagram. Choose the response that most accurately and completely answers the question and blacken the corresponding space on your answer sheet.

Passage for Question 1
A medical clinic has a staff of five doctors—Drs. Albert, Burns, Calogero, Defeo, and Evans. The national medical society sponsors exactly five conferences, which the clinic’s doctors attend, subject to the following constraints:

If Dr. Albert attends a conference, then Dr. Defeo does not attend it.
If Dr. Burns attends a conference, then either Dr. Calogero or Dr. Defeo, but not both, attends it.
If Dr. Calogero attends a conference, then Dr. Evans does not attend it.
If Dr. Evans attends a conference, then either Dr. Albert or Dr. Burns, but not both, attends it.

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January 7th, 2015, 11:24 AM
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Re: LSAT Analytical Reasoning Problems

Here I am giving you some LSAT Analytical Reasoning Problems; I hope it will help you

1. Which of the following could be the order in which the subjects are covered?
Spelling, science, social studies, math, music, art
Math, social studies, music, science, art, spelling
Music, science, spelling, social studies, math, art
Music, art, spelling, science, math, social studies
Spelling, art, music, social studies, science, math

2. If Ms. Jackson covers art first, what subject must she cover second?
Spelling
Music
Social studies
Science
Math

3. Which of the following statements has to be true?
Music is covered before art.
Math is covered before science.
Spelling is covered before math.
Social studies is covered before science.
Music is covered before spelling.

4. Which of the following statements could be true?
Music is covered first.
Science is covered last.
Math is covered second.
Spelling is covered third.
Social studies is covered last.

5. Which of the following subjects could not be covered immediately after music?
Math
Spelling
Science
Art
Social studies

6) If Eric switches appointment times so that his appointment is now at 11:00, if none of the other conditions change, who now has the 11:30 appointment slot?

Bill or Molly
Katie or Sarah
Molly or Nick
Nick or Bill
Sarah or Bill

7) Of the following, which one is a possible seating arrangement of the six friends?
Kimberly, Nick, Jack, Olivia, Melissa, Lee
Lee, Melissa, Kimberly, Jack, Olivia, Nick
Melissa, Lee, Jack, Nick, Kimberly, Olivia
Lee, Melissa, Jack, Nick, Kimberly, Olivia
Lee, Olivia, Jack, Kimberly, Nick, Melissa

8) If Jack sits next to Kimberly, then which one of the following pairs of people must be seated next to each other?
Lee and Nick
Melissa and Nick
Jack and Nick
Melissa and Kimberly
Olivia and Kimberly

9) If Jack and Olivia sit next to each other, then Lee CANNOT sit next to both:
Jack and Nick
Jack and Kimberly
Nick and Melissa
Jack and Melissa
Kimberly and Nick

10) If Jack sits next to Olivia, then which of the following is a complete and accurate list of the people who could also sit next to Jack?
Lee
Nick, Melissa
Lee, Melissa
Lee, Kimberly
Lee, Nick, Kimberly

11) Which of the following must be false if Jack sits next to Nick?
I. Kimberly sits next to Lee.
II. Nick sits directly opposite Melissa.
III. Lee sits next to Jack and Olivia.
I only
III only
I and II only
II and III only
I, II, and III

12) If Olivia sits next to Nick, then which of the following must be true:
Melissa sits next to Nick and Lee.
Nick sits next to Kimberly and Lee.
Olivia sits next to Nick and Jack.
Lee sits next to Olivia and Jack.
Melissa sits next to Jack and Lee.

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