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Get Prepped Practice LSAT Test

Get Prepped Practice LSAT Test

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07/04/2009

 
Questions 1-6Three couples will dine at Pontillo’s restaurant: Bob andCarrie, Fiona and Greg, and Paula and Quincy. Therestaurant serves three different categories of itemsincluding the following choices: Salads – house or romaine;Entrees – duck or trout; Desserts – watermelon or ice cream.Each of the diners must order at least one item, and their order must conform to the following conditions: No couple orders exactly the same items.Greg orders the duck.If Paula orders an entrée, then she does not order adessert.Bob and Quincy both order salads, but not the samesalads.If any of the diners orders a house salad, then theyalso order ice cream.1. Which of the following is an acceptable assignment of items ordered to diners?A) Bob - house salad, ice cream; Carrie – duck: Fiona – romaine salad, duck; Greg – romaine salad, duck: Paula – romaine salad, watermelon; Quincy – romaine salad, duck,watermelonB) Bob – house salad, ice cream; Carrie – duck,watermelon: Fiona – house salad, trout, ice cream; Greg – house salad, duck, ice cream: Paula – romaine salad, trout;Quincy – romaine salad, duck C) Bob – romaine salad, trout; Carrie – house salad, icecream: Fiona – house salad, duck; Greg – duck, ice cream:Paula – romaine salad, trout; Quincy – house salad, icecreamD) Bob – romaine salad, duck, watermelon; Carrie – romaine salad, trout: Fiona – duck; Greg – duck, ice cream:Paula – duck; Quincy – romaine salad, trout, watermelonE) Bob – house salad, trout, ice cream; Carrie – duck: Fiona – romaine salad, duck; Greg – duck, ice cream: Paula – house salad, trout, ice cream; Quincy – romaine salad, duck 2. If Bob orders the romaine salad, then which of thefollowing must be true?A) Carrie orders the troutB) Fiona orders the duck C) Greg orders the watermelonD) Paula orders the ice creamE) Quincy orders the ice cream3. If each of the diners orders a dessert, then each of thefollowing could order the duck EXCEPT:A) BobB) CarrieC) FionaD) GregE) Paula4. If all of the women order house salads, then themaximum number of people who could order the trout is:A) 1B) 2C) 3D) 4E) 55. If only one diner orders ice cream, then which of thefollowing CANNOT be true?A) Bob orders ice creamB) Carrie orders ice creamC) Greg orders watermelonD) Paula orders watermelonE) Quincy orders ice cream6. If each of the diners orders an entrée, then the minimumnumber of items ordered is:A) 6B) 7C) 8D) 9E) 10GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
 
Questions 7-12Aunt Mae has finished making her yearly preserves and shemust now place them in seven jars on her shelf. The jars arenumbered 1 to 7 from left to right. Aunt Mae has made thefollowing types of preserves: apple, cherry, date, fig, grape,lychee and mango. Each type of preserves must be placedin exactly one of the numbered jars according to thefollowing conditions:The cherry preserves cannot be placed immediatelynext to the mango preserves.The fig preserves must be placed to the right of thedate preserves.The lychee preserves must be placed to the left of the apple preserves.The cherry preserves must be on one end of theshelf.If the fig preserves are placed in jar 3, then thelychee preserves must be placed in jar 5.7. Which of the following is an acceptable assignment of the preserves to the numbered jars from 1 to 7?A) cherry, lychee, apple, mango, fig, date, grapeB) apple, mango, date, fig, grape, lychee, cherryC) cherry, date, fig, grape, mango, lychee, appleD) date, lychee, grape, mango, apple, cherry, figE) lychee, mango, grape, date, apple, fig, cherry8. Which of the following preserves CANNOT be placed in jar 7?A) appleB) cherryC) dateD) figE) grape9. If the cherry preserves are placed to the left of the lychee preserves and the fig preserves are placed in jar 3, thenwhich of the following could be true?A) The grape preserves are placed in jar 6.B) The apple preserves are placed in jar 4.C) The mango preserves are placed in jar 2.D) The date preserves are placed in jar 4.E) The lychee preserves are placed in jar 6.10. If the mango preserves are placed in jar 6, then which of the following is a complete and accurate list of preservesany one of which could be placed in jar 7?A) apple, date, grapeB) apple, cherry, grapeC) fig, lycheeD) fig, grapeE) apple, fig, grape11. If the cherry preserves must be immediately next to thefig preserves, which of the following must be true?A) The apple preserves are placed in jar 5.B) The date preserves are placed in jar 5.C) The grape preserves are placed in jar 5.D) The lychee preserves are not placed in jar 5.E) The mango preserves are not placed in jar 5.12. Which one of the following placements of the preservesin the numbered jars would allow for only one possibleassignment of preserves to jars?A) The apple preserves are placed in jar 2 and the grape preserves are placed in jar 5.B) The mango preserves are placed in jar 2 and the fig preserves are placed in jar 3.C) The lychee preserves are placed in jar 2 and the date preserves are placed in jar 6.D) The grape preserves are placed in jar 2 and the cherry preserves are placed in jar 7.E) The date preserves are placed in jar 2 and the lychee preserves are placed in jar 5.
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IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME ISCALLED, YOU MAY CHECK YOUR WORK ON THI SECTION ONLY. DO NOT WORK ON ANY OTHER SECTION IN THE TEST.
 
1.Trace amounts of certain toxic chemicals have beenfound in Green River. Fish and wildlife experts believethat these chemicals have entered Green River throughthe runoff of industrial waste from one or more of thecompanies located along the banks of the river. Theseexperts also speculate that even in trace amounts, thesechemicals may be harmful to many of the fish who livein Green River. Nopac is a company located on GreenRiver that produces chemical solutions for use in paintremoval. It is well known that Nopac uses some of thetoxic chemicals found in the river in its manufacturing process. Clearly, Nopac is responsible for the potentially hazardous situation in Green River.The argument’s reasoning is flawed because theargument(A)fails to establish that the toxic chemicals in questionwill definitely harm the fish in Green River (B)ignores the possibility that other substances may also be harmful to the local fish and wildlife(C)does not take into consideration that the fish andwildlife experts cited may have their own personalagenda regarding Green River (D)overlooks the possibility that Nopac may properlydispose of its chemicals and one or more of the other companies located on the river may have created thewaste runoff in question(E)fails to address the impact that the presence of thetoxic chemicals in Green River might have on thehumans that live there2.All Italian cars are faster than French cars, and allItalian cars are faster than German cars. However,some French cars are faster than some American carsand some German cars are faster than some Swedishcars.If all the statements above are true, then which one of the following must also be true?(A)Some French cars are faster than some German cars.(B)Some American cars are faster than some Italian cars.(C)Some German cars are not faster than some Swedishcars.(D)All Italian cars are faster than American cars.(E)Some Swedish cars are not faster than Italian cars.3.Spider webs are among the strongest known substanceson the planet. Although thin in appearance, the tensilestrength of a spider web is almost ten times its mass.As such, a spider web can hold insects or other animalsthat weigh far more than the web itself. Thus, a spider web could hold a rat.For the conclusion above to be logically correct, whichof the following must be assumed?(A)Spiders are natural predators of rats.(B)A spider web can hold any insect or animal thatweighs less than a rat.(C)No rats weigh more than ten times the weight of aspider web.(D)There are no natural predators of spiders who candestroy a spider web.(E)The natural habitat of rats contains some spiders.GO ON TO THE NEXTPAGE

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