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Full explanations for every question from LSAT Preptest 69, the June 2013 test. For free. What are you waiting for?
- Review on your own first.
- Have the question on hand.
- Draw the logic games diagrams yourself, on paper. You won't learn much if you just follow along on screen.
Enjoy the PT 69 explanations! And let me know what you think in the comments. If you want these explanations offline, or want the whole test in one place, you can get a pdf version.
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Game 1, Manuscripts
Game 2, Petri Dishes
Game 3, Juice and Snacks
Game 4, Paralegals
Passage 1, Farms
Passage 2, Photography
Passage 3, Patents (comparative)
- Passage Analysis
- Question 15
- Question 16
- Question 17
- Question 18
- Question 19
- Question 20
- Question 21
Passage 4, Dodos and Trees
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Mikael Dubinsky says
Hello, Graeme ! I would first like to thank you for providing these explanations to everyone. This has been of tremendous help. I have on question. The phrase “Even If”, is that a indicating a sufficient condition or a necessary one ?
FounderGraeme Blake says
It’s neither. “Even if you play basketball, you won’t become King of Bessarabia”.
The actual conditional there is that you can’t become King of Bessarabia. “Even if” indicates that basketball isn’t relevant, in a conditional sense.
“Even if you eat spinach, you won’t be as strong as Popeye”. “You can’t become as strong as Popeye” is the actual conditional element. Spinach may help, but it will never be a sufficient condition. That’s what “even if” means.
Thanks a lot Graeme for all these free explanations! Really appreciate your help!
Weird question: Is the Saturday test, and the Monday test the same? I’m wondering because I assumed they are, but I wrote the December one on a Monday, and decided I would write the February test coming up, so purchased the December exam to review, and the writing response is not the same one I had written on.
FounderGraeme Blake says
By the Monday test, do you mean the Sabbath administration? Those are not the same as the regular exam. I am not certain of the details, but I think the Sabbath administrations are old February exams. Numbers on those administrations are too small to justify creating an entire new LSAT.
It’s for this reason that February LSATs are not released – they can repurpose them for other types of administrations.
Do you have the actual preptest 69 available or just the answers? Im looking for the test.
No, right now I just have the answers. You have to buy the tests, the LSAC doesn’t give them out for free unfortunately. I’m looking into getting the tests to sell them here.
Ryan Jones says
Do you recommend that we diagram for the LR section?
Yes, but only on formal logic question types. Typically that’s Must be True, Sufficient Assumption (NOT Necessary Assumption), Parallel Reasoning, and some Principle questions.
I am trying to access the PDF for LSAT 69 but I am unable to. Can you please direct me to the proper place to access it?
I haven’t gotten around to uploading the pdf for sale yet. Right now there’s just these html explanations. I’m going to add it to my list of things to do and email you when I have it online.
Liz S says
This is very helpful to my LSAT prep since I am getting ready for the Dec 2013 LSAT.
Awesome! Nice to see you’re preparing with plenty of time.
I’m just getting LSAT 68 ready now, I should have many more tests up here before December.