LSAT的邏輯組題及答案!(轉貼)

LSAT全真題1

SECTION 1

Time-35 minutes

23 Questions
Questoins 1-6
A man buys three outfits-X, Y, and Z-each of which consists of two articles of clothing.
Each of the articles of clothing is either brown gray or navy.
At least one of the outfits is made up of two articles different in color from one another.
No more than two of the outfits contain the same combination of colors.
Outfit X contains at least one navy article of clothing.
Outfit X contains at least one brown article of clothing and does not contain a gray article.
1. Which one of the following can be the colors of the man\’s outfits?
(A) X: gray and navy; Y: brown and gray; Z: gray and gray
(B) X: brown and gray; Y: brown and navy; Z: gray and gray
(C) X: navy and navy; Y: brown and brown; Z: brown and navy
(D) X: brown and navy; Y: brown and navy; Z: brown and navy
(E) X: navy and navy; Y: brown and brown; Z: navy and navy
2. If outfits X and Y each consist of one brown article and one navy article   of clothing, what combinations for outfit Z?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
(E) 6
3. If outfit Z does not contain two brown items of clothing, what is the maximum number of items of clothing in the three outfits that can be navy?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
4. If outfit Y consists of two brown articles of clothing and outfit Z consists of two navy items, what is the total number of possible color combinations for outfit X?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
5. Which one of the following color combinations for outfit Z would be acceptable under any of the acceptable color combinations for outfits X and Y?
(A) gray and gray
(B) brown and gray
(C) brown and brown
(D) brown and navy
(E) navy and navy
6. If no two outfits contain the same color combination but each contains at least one navy item, which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of the possible combinations for outfit X?
(A) gray and navy
(B) brown and navy
(C) navy and navy
(D) gray and navy; brown and navy
(E) gray and navy; navy and navy
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Question 7-11
Five seats on a train are arranged in two rows that face each other. The seats in row 1 are seat 1 and seat 2. The seats in row 2 are seat 3, seat 4, and seat 5 in that order. Seat 1 is directly across from seat 3. Seat 2 is directly across from seat 4. Seat 5 is not directly across from any other seat. Three women-, Betty, and Carol-and two men-David Edmund-each must be seated in one of me five seats, one person to a seat.
Betty sits in seat 4.
Carol sits next to neither Betty nor David.
Alice does not sit directly across from Carol.
7. If Edmund sits directly across from Betty, which one of the following must be true?
(A) Alice does not sit directly across from anyone.
(B) Alice sits directly across from David.
(C) Alice sits next to Edmund.
(D) David sits next to Alice.
(E) David sits next to Edmund.
8. If Edmund does not sit directly across from anyone, which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of those (other than Edmund) who cannot sit in seat 1?
(A) Betty
(B) Carol
(C) David
(D) Betty and Carol
(E) Betty and David

9. If none of the five passengers sits directly across from a passenger of the same sex, how many seating arrangements of the five passengers are possible?
(A) exactly 0
(B) exactly 1
(C) exactly 2
(D) exactly 3
(E) exactly 4
10. How many of the seats could be the one Alice selects as her seat?
(A) 1 only
(B) 2 only
(C) 3 only
(D) 4 only
(E) 5 only
11. How many different seating arrangements of the passengers might there be for row 2?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
(E) 6
Question 12-17
Six people-Julio, Kevin, May, Norma, Olivia, and Tamio-participate in a track meet. Two of them enter the marathon, two enter the relay, and two enter the sprint.
Each participant enters only one event.
If Kevin enters the marathon, then both Julio and
May enter the relay, and if both Julio and May enter the relay, then Kevin enters the marathon.
If Norma does not enter the sprint, then Tamio enters the relay.
If Olivia enters the relay, then Julio does not enter the relay.
Olivia and Tamio do not both enter the relay.
12. If Kevin enters the marathon, then which one of the following cannot be true?
(A) Julio enters the relay and Norma enters the sprint.
(B) Olivia enters the marathon and Norma enters the sprint.
(C) Tamio enters the marathon and Olivia enters the sprint.
(D) Tamio enters the relay and Olivia enters the sprint.
(E) Tamio enters the marathon and May enters the sprint.
13. If Norma enters the marathon, then which one of the following cannot be true?
(A) Both Kevin and Olivia enter the sprint.
(B) Kevin enters the relay and Olivia enters the sprint.
(C) Kevin enters the marathon and May enters the relay.
(D) Julio enters the marathon and May enters the relay.
(E) Julio enters the marathon and Kevin enters the relay.
14. If both Kevin and Olivia enter the relay, then which one of the following must be true?
(A) Julion and Tamio enter the marathon.
(B) May enters the marathon.
(C) May enters the sprint.
(D) Tamio enters the sprint.
(E) Norma enters the sprint.
15. If both Julio and Kevin enter the same event, then which of the following can be true?
Ⅰ.Julio enters the relay.
Ⅱ. May enters the marathon.
Ⅲ. Olivia enters the relay.
(A) Ⅰonly
(B) Ⅱ only
(C) Ⅲ only
(D) Ⅰand Ⅱonly
(E) Ⅰ,Ⅱ,and Ⅲ
16. If Norma and Olivia each enter different events, then which one of the following cannot be true?
(A) Kevin and Olivia enter the marathon.
(B) Julio and Norma enter the relay.
(C) May and Olivia enter the relay.
(D) Norma and Tamio enter the relay.
(E) Olivia enters the sprint and Tamio enters the relay.
17. If both Julio and Kevin enter the relay, then which one of the following must be false?
(A) May and Norma enter the marathon.
(B) May and Olivia enter the marathon.
(C) Norma and Tamio enter the sprint.
(D) May and Norma enter the sprint.
(E) May enters the sprint and Tamio enters marathon.
Questions 18-23
Seven lights-J, K, L, M, N, O, and P-have only two possible settings: on or off. They are arranged on a particular electric circuit as follows.
If K is on, L is off; if K is off, L is on.
J and N cannot both be on.
If M is off, either J or N is on; if either J or N is on, M is off.
If P is on, L is on.
If O is off, N is off; if O is on, N is on.
Assume that the circuit is working as designed.
18. Any of the following can be true EXCEPT:
(A) J and O are both off.
(B) K and N are both off.
(C) K and P are both on.
(D) L and M are both on.
(E) N and O are both on.
19. If L and O are on, which one of the following must be true?
(A) J is and K is off.
(B) J is off and N is on.
(C) K is off and M is on.
(D) K is off and P is on.
(E) M is off and P is on.

20. Which one of the following can be true?
(A) Only J, K, and M are off.
(B) Only J, L, and M are off.
(C) Only K, M, and O are off.
(D) Only L, N, and O are off.
(E) Only M, N, and O are off.
21. If P is on, what is the maximum number of lights that can be off?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
(E) 6
22. What is the minimum number of lights that must be on?
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3
(E) 4
23. If J is on, which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the remaining lights that are also on?
(A) K, L, and M
(B) L, N, and P
(C) L, O, and P
(D) M, N, and O
(E) L and P
LSAT全真題2
SECTION 1

Time-35 minutes

24 Questions
Question 1-6

Eight new students-R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z-are being divided among exactly three classes-class 1, class 2, and class3. Classes 1 and 2 will gain three new students each: class 3 will gain two new students. The following restrictions apply:

R must be added to class 1.

S must be added to class 3.

Neither S nor W can be added to the same class as Y.

V cannot be added to the same class as Z.

If T is added to class 1, Z must also be added to class 1.
1.Which one of the following is an acceptable assignment of students to the three classes?

1      2    3

(A) R, T, Y   V, W, X   S, Z
(B) R, T, Z   S, V, Y   W, X
(C) R, W, X   V, Y, X   S, T
(D) R, X, Z   T, V, Y   S, W
(E) R, X, Z   V, W, Y   S, T

2.Which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of classes any one of which could be the class to which V is added?

(A) class 1
(B) class 3
(C) class 1, class 3
(D) class 2, class 3
(E) class 1, class 2, class 3.

3.If X is added to class 1, which one of the following is a student who must be added to class 2?

(A) T
(B) V
(C) W
(D) Y
(E) Z

4.If X is added to class 3, each of the following is a pair of students who can be added to class 1 EXCEPT

(A) Y and Z
(B) W and Z
(C) V and Y
(D) V and W
(E) T and z

5.If T is added to class 3, which one of the following is a student who must be added to class 2?

(A) V
(B) W
(C) X
(D) Y
(E) Z

6.Which one of the following must be true?

(A) If T and X are added to class 2. V is added to class 3.
(B) If V and W are added to class 1. V is added to class 3.
(C) If V and W are added to class 1. V is added to class 3.
(D) If V and X are added to class 1. V is added to class 3.
(E) If Y and Z are added to class 2. V is added to class 2.

Question 7-12

Four lions-F, G, H, J-and two tigers-K and M-will be assigned to exactly six stalls, one animal per stall. The stalls are arranged as follows:

First Row:  1  2  3

Second Row:  4  5  6

The only stalls that face each other are stalls 1 and 4, stalls 2 and 5, and stalls 3 and 6. The following conditions apply:

The tigers\’ stalls cannot face each other.

A lion must be assigned to stall 1

H must be assigned to stall 6.

J must be assigned to a stall numbered one higher than K\’s stall.

K cannot be assigned to the stall that faces H\’s stall.

7. Which one of the following must be true?

(A) F is assigned to an even-numbered stall
(B) F is assigned to stall 1
(C) J is assigned to stall 2 or else stall 3
(D) J is assigned to stall 3 or else stall 4
(E) K is assigned to stall 2 or else stall 4

8. Which one of the following could be true?

(A) F\’s stall is numbered one higher than J\’s stall
(B) H\’s stall faces M\’s stall
(C) J is assigned to stall 4
(D) K\’s stall faces J\’S stall
(E) K\’s stall is in a different row than J\’s stall

9. Which one of the following must be true?

(A) A tiger is assigned to stall 2
(B) A tiger is assigned to stall 5
(C) K\’s stall is in a different row from M\’s stall
(D) Each tiger is assigned to an even-numbered stall
(E) Each lion is assigned to a stall that faces a tiger is stall

10. If K\’s stall is in the same row as H\’s stall which one of the following must be true?

(A) F\’s stall is in the same row as J\’s stall
(B) F is assigned to a lower-numbered stall than G
(C) G is assigned to a lower-numbered stall than M
(D) G\’s stall faces H\’s stall
(E) M\’s stall is in the same row as G\’s stall

11. If J is assigned to stall 3, which one of the following could be true?

(A) F is assigned to stall 2
(B) F is assigned to stall 4
(C) G is assigned to stall 1
(D) G is assigned to stall 4
(E) M is assigned to stall 5

12. Which one of the following must be true

(A) A tiger is assigned to stall 2
(B) A tiger is assigned to stall 4
(C) A tiger is assigned to stall 5
(D) A lion is assigned to stall 3
(E) A lion is assigned to stall 4

Question 13-18

On an undeveloped street, a developer will simultaneously build four houses on one side, numbered consecutively 1, 3, 5, and 7, and four houses on the opposite side, numbered consecutively 2, 4, 6, and 8. Houses 2, 4, 6, and 8 will face houses 1, 3, 5, and 7, respectively. Each house will be exactly one of three styles-ranch, split-level or Tudor-according to the following conditions:

Adjacent houses are of different styles.

No split-level house faces another split-level house.

Every ranch house has at least one Tudor house adjacent to it

House 3 is a ranch house.

House 6 is a split-level house.

13. Any of the following could be a Tudor house EXCEPT house

(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 4
(D) 7
(E) 8

14. If there is one ranch house directly opposite another ranch house, which   one of the following could be true?

(A) House 8 is a ranch house
(B) House 7 is a split-level house.
(C) House 4 is a Tudor house.
(D) House 2 is a split-level house.
(E) House 1 is a ranch house.

15. If house 4 is a Tudor house, then it could be true that house

(A) 1 is a Tudor house
(B) 2 is a Tudor house
(C) 5 is a Tudor house
(D) 7 is a Tudor house
(E) 8 is a Tudor house

16. On the street, there could be exactly.

(A) one ranch house
(B) one Tudor house
(C) two Tudor houses
(D) four ranch houses
(E) five ranch houses

17. If no house faces a house of the same style, then it must be true that house

(A) 1 is a split-level house
(B) 1 is a Tudor house
(C) 2 is a ranch house
(D) 2 is a split-level house
(E) 4 is a Tudor house

18. If the condition requiring house 6 to be a split-level house is suspended but all other original conditions remain the same, the any of the following could be an accurate list of the styles of houses 2, 4, 6, and 8, respectively, EXCEPT:

(A) ranch, split-level, ranch, Tudor
(B) split-level, ranch, Tudor, split-level
(C) split-level, Tudor, ranch, split-level
(D) Tudor, ranch. Tudor, split-level
(E) Tudor split-level, ranch, Tudor

Questions 19-24

Within a tennis league each of five teams occupies one of five positions, numbered 1 through 5 in order of rank, with number 1 as the highest position. The teams are initially in the order R, J, S, M, L, with R in position 1. Teams change positions only when a lower-positioned team defeats a higher-positioned team. The rules are as follows:

Matches are played alternately in odd-position rounds and in even-position rounds.

In an odd-position round, teams in position 3 and 5 play against teams positioned immediately above them.

In an even-position round, teams in position 2 and 4 play against teams positioned immediately above them.

When a lower-positioned team defeats a higher-positioned team, the two teams switch positions after the round is completed.

19. Which one of the of following could be the order of teams, from position 1 through position 5 respectively, after exactly one round of even-position matches if no odd-position round has yet been played?

(A) J , R, M, L, S
(B) J, R, S, L, M
(C) R, J, M, L, S
(D) R, J, M, S, L
(E) R, S, J, L, M

20. If exactly two rounds of matches have been played, beginning with an odd-position round, and if the lower-positioned teams have won every match in those two rounds, then each of the following must be true EXCEPT:

(A) L is one position higher than J.
(B) R is one position higher than L.
(C) S is one position higher than R.
(D) J is in position 4.
(E) M is position 3.

21. Which one of the following could be true after exactly two rounds of matches have been played?

(A) J has won two matches.
(B) L has lost two matches.
(C) R has won two matches.
(D) L\’s only match was played against J.
(E) M played against S in two matches.

22. If after exactly three rounds of matches M is in position 4, and J and L have won all of their matches, then which one of the following can be true?

(A) J is in position 2.
(B) J is in position 3.
(C) L is in position 2.
(D) R is in position 1.
(E) S is in position 3.

23. If after exactly three rounds M has won three matches and the rankings of the other four teams relative to each other remain the same, then which one of the following must be in position 3?

(A) J
(B) L
(C) M
(D) R
(E) S

24. If after exactly three rounds the teams, in order from first to fifth position, are R, J, L, S, and M, then which one of the following could be the order, from first to fifth position, of the teams after the second round?

(A) J, R, M, S, L
(B) J, L, S, M, R
(C) R, J, S, L, M
(D) R, L, M, S, J
(E) R, M, L, S, J

LSAT全真題(三)

SECTION 1

Time-35 minutes
24 Questions
Questions 1-6

Seven students-fourth-year students Kim and Lee; third-year students Pat and Robin: and second-year students Sandy, Tety and Val-and only those seven, are being assigned a rooms of equal size in a dormitory. Each room assigned must have either one or two or three students assigned to it and will accordingly be called either a single or a double or a triple. The seven students are assigned to moms in accordence with the following conditions:

Lio fourth-year student can be assigned to a triple.

No second-year student can be assigned to a single.

Lee and Pobin must not share the same room

Kim and Pat must share the same room.

1. Which one of the following is a combination of rooms to which the seven students could be assigned?

(A) two triples and one single
(B) one triple and four singles
(C) three doubles and a stngle
(D) two doubles and three singles
(E) one double and five singles

2. It the room assigned to Robin is a single, which one of the following could be true?

(A) There is exactly one double that has a second-year student assigned to it.
(B) Lee is assigned to a stngle.
(C) Sandy Fat and one other student are zseigned to a triple together.
(D) Lixactly three of the rooms assigned to the students are singles
(E) Exactly two of the rooms assigned to the students are doubles.

3. Which one of the following must be true?

(A) Lee is assigned to a single
(B) Pat sharts a double with another student
(C) Robin shares a double with another student
(D) Two of the second-year students share a double with each other
(E) Neither of the third-year students is assigned to a single

4. If Robin is assigred to a triple, which one of the following must be true?

(A) Lee is assigned to a single
(B) Two second-year students share a double with each other
(C) None of the rooms assigned to the students is a single
(D) Two of the rooms assigned to the students are singles.
(E) Three of the rooms assigned to the students are singles

5. If Terry and Val assigned to different doubles from each other, other, then it must be true of the students\’ rooms that exactly

(A) one is a single
(B) two are singles
(C) two are doubles
(D) one is a triple
(E) two are triples

6. Which one of the following could be true?

(A) The two fourth-year students are assigned to singles.
(B) The two fourth-year students share a double with cach other.
(C) Lee shares a room with a second-year student
(D) Lee shares a room with a third-year student
(E) Pat shares a triple with two other students

Questions 7-11

A worker will insert colored light bulbs into a billboard equipped with exactly three light sockets, which are labled lights 1, 2, and 3. The worker has three green bulbs, three purple bulbs, and three yellow bulbs. Seiection of bulbs for the sockets is governed by the following conditions:

Whenever light 1 is purple, light 2 must be yellow.

Whenever light 2 is purple, light 1 must be green.

Whenever light 3 is either purple or yellow, light 2 must be purple.

7. Which one of the following could be an accurate list of the colors of light bulbs selected for lights 1, 2 and 3, respectively?

(A) green, green, yellow
(B) purple, green, green
(C) purple, purple, green
(D) yellow, purple, green
(E) yellow, yellow, yellow

8. If light 1 is yellow, then any of the following can be true, EXCEPT:

(A) Light 2 is green.
(B) Light 2 is purple
(C) Light 3 is green
(D) Light 3 is purple
(E) Light 3 is yellow

9. There is exactly one possible color sequence of the three lights if which one of the following is true?

(A) Light 1 is purple.
(B) Light 2 is purple.
(C) Light 2 is yellow
(D) Light 3 is purple.
(E) Light 3 is yellow

10. If no green bulbs are selected, there are exactly how many possible different color sequences of the three lights?

(A) one
(B) two
(C) three
(D) four
(E) five

11. If no two lights are assigned light bulbs that are the same color as each other, then which one of the following could be true?

(A) Light I is green, and light 2 is purple.
(B) Light I is green, and light 2 is yellow.
(C) Light I is purple, and light 2 is yellow.
(D) Light I is yellow, and light 2 is green.
(E) Light I is yellow, and light 2 is purple.

Questions 12-17

An attorney is scheduling interviews with witnesses for a given week. Monday through Saturday. Two full consecutive days of the week must be reserved for interviewing hostile withesses. In addition, nonhostile witnesses Q, R, U, X, Y, and Z will each be interviewed exactly once for a full morning or afternoon. The only witnesses who will be interviewed simultaneously with each other are Q and R. The following conditions apply.

X must be interviewed on Thursday morning

Q must be interviewed at some time before X.

U must be interviewed at some time before R

Z must be interviewed at some time after X and at some time after Y.

12. Which one of the following is a sequence, from first to last, in which the nonhostile witnesses could be interviewed?

(A) Q with R, U, X, Y, Z
(B) Q, U, R, X, with Y, Z
(C) U, X, Q, with R, Y, Z
(D) U, Y, Q, with R, X, Z
(E) X, Q, with U, Z, R, Y

13, Which one of the following is acceptable as a complete schedule of witnesses for Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon, and Wednesday morning,respectively?

(A) Q, R, none
(B) R, none, Y
(C) U, Y, none
(D) U, Y, none
(E) Y, Z, none

14.If Y is interviewed at some time after X, which one of the following must be a day reserved for interviewing hostile witnesses?

(A) Monday
(B) Tuesday
(C) Wednesday
(D) Friday
(E) Saturday

15. If R is interviewed at some time after Y which one of the following must be a day reserved for interviewing hostile witnesses?

(A) Monday
(B) Tuesday
(C) Wednesday
(D) Thursday
(E) Friday

16. If on Wednesday afternoon and on Monday the attomey conducts no interviews, which one of the following be true?

(A) Q is interviewed on the same day as U
(B) R is interviewed on the same day as Y
(C) Y is interviewed on the same day as U
(D) Y is interviewed on the same day as Wednesday
(E) Z is interviewed on the same day as Friday

17. If Z is interviewed on Saturday morning which one of the following can be true?

(A) Wednesday is a day reserved for interiewing hostile witnesses.
(B) Friday is a day reserved for interviewing hostile witnesses.
(C) R is interviewed on Thursday
(D) U is interviewed on Tuesday
(E) Y is interviewed at some time before Thursday

Questions 18-24

During a four-week period, cach of seven previously unadvertised products-G, H, J, K, L, M, and O-will be advertised. A different pair of these products will be advertised each week. Exactly one of the products will be a member of two of these four pairs. The following constraints must be observed:

J is not advertised during a given week unless H is advertised during the immediately precceding week.

The product that is advertised during two of the weeks is advertised during week 4 but is not advertised during week 3

G is not advertised during a given week unless either J or else O is also advertised that week.

K is advertised during one of the first two weeks

O is one of the products advertised during week 3

18. Which one of the following could be the schedule of advertisernents?

(A) week 1: G, J; week 2: K, L; week 3: O, M; week 4: H, L
(B) week 1: H, K; week 2: J, G; week 3: O, L; week 4: M, K
(C) week 1: H, K; week 2: J, M; week 3: O, L; week 4: G, M
(D) week 1: H, L; week 2: J, M; week 3: O, G; week 4: K, L
(E) week 1: K, M; week 2: H, J; week 3: O, G; week 4: L, M

19. Which one of the following is a pair of products that CANNOT be advertised during the same week as each other?

(A) H and k
(B) H and M
(C) J and O
(D) K and L
(E) L and M

20. Which one of the following must be advertised during week 2?

(A) G
(B) J
(C) K
(D) L
(E) M

21. Which one of the following CANNOT be the product that is advertised during two of the weeks?

(A) G
(B) H
(C) K
(D) L
(E) M

22. If L is the product that is advertised during two of the weeks, which one of the following is a product that must be advertised during one of the weeks in which L is advertised

(A) G
(B) H
(C) J
(D) K
(E) M

23. Which one of the following is a product that could be advertised in any of the four weeks?

(A) H
(B) J
(C) K
(D) L
(E) O

24. Which one of the following is a pair of products that could be advertised during the same week as each other

(A) G and H
(B) H and J
(C) H and O
(D) K and O
(E) K and O
(F) M and O

LSAT全真題(四)

SECTION IV
Time—35 minutes
23 Questions
Questions 1-5
In certain recipe contest each contestant submits submits two recipes. one for an appetizer and one for a main dish Together the two recipes must include exactly seven flavorings—fenugreek, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, paprika, saffron, and turmeric—with no flavoring included in more than one of the two recipes. Each contestant\’s recipes must satisfy the following conditions
The appetizer recipe includes at most three of the flavorings.
Fenugreek is not included in the same recipe as nutmeg.
Saffron is not included in the same recipe as turmeric
Ginger is included in the same recipe as nutmeg
1. Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the flavorings included in one contestant\’s main-dish recipe?
(A) fenugreek, lemongrass, saffron
(B) fenugreek, ginger, nutmeg, turmeric
(C) ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, paprika
(D) ginger, nutmeg, paprika, turmeric
(E) lemongass nutmeg, saffron, turmeric
2. If a contestant\’s appetizer recipe does not include fenugreek, then the contestant\’s appetizer recipe must include
(A) ginger
(B) lemongrass
(C) paprika
(D) saffron
(E) turmeric
3. Which one of the following could be a list of all of the flavorings included in one contestant\’s appetizer recipe?
(A) fenugreek, saffron
(B) ginger, nutmeg
(C) fenugreek, nutmeg, turmeric
(D) lemongrass, nutmeg, saffron
(E) fenugreek, lemongrass, paprika, turmeric
4. If a contestant includes lemongrass in the same recipe as paprika, which one of the following is a flavoring that must be included in the contestant\’s main-dish recipe?
(A) ginger
(B) lemongrass
(C) nutmeg
(D) saffron
(E) turmeric
5. If the condition that requires ginger to be included in the same recipe as nutmeg is suspended but all of the other original conditions remain in effect. then which one of the following could be a list of all of the flavorings included in one contestant\’s main-dish recipe?
(A) ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, paprika
(B) ginger, lemongrass, paprika, turmeric
(C) fenugreek, ginger, lemongrass, paprika, saffron
(D) fenugreek, ginger, lemongrass, saffron, turmeric
(D) fenugreek,lemongrass, nutmeg, paprika, saffron
Questions 6-10
Seven singer—Jamine, Ken, Lalitha, Maya, Norton, Olive, and Patrick—will be scheduled to perform in the finals of a singing competition. During the evening of the competition, each singer, performing alone, will give exactly one performance. The schedule for the evening must conform to the following requirements.
Jamle performs immediately after Ken
Parick performs at some time after Maya
Lalitha performs third only if Norton performs fifth.
If Patrick does not perform second, he performs fifth
6. Which one of the following is an acceptable schedule for the evening\’s performers, from first through seventh?
(A) Ken, Jamie, Maya, Lalitha, Patrick Norton, Olive
(B) Lalitha, Patrick, Norton, Olive Maya, Ken, Jamie
(C) Norton, Olive Ken, Jamie, Maya, Patrick, Lalitha
(D) Olive, Maya, Ken, Lalitha, Patrick, Norton, Jamie
(E) Olive, Maya, Lalitha, Norton,Patrick, Ken Jamie
7. If Lalitha is scheduled for the third performance which one of the following must be scheduled for the sixth performance?
(A) Jame
(B) Ken
(C) Norton
(D) Olive
(E) Patrick
8. If Norton is scheduled for the fifth performance, which one of the following could be true?
(A) Jamie is scheduled for the sixth performance
(B) Ken is scheduled for the second performance
(C) Lalitha is scheduled for the fourth performance.
(D) Maya is scheduled for the third performance
(E) Olive is scheduled for the first performance
9. If Maya is scheduled for the performance. which one of the following could be true?
(A) Jamie is scheduled for the sixth performance
(B) Ken is scheduled forthe fourth performance
(C) Lalitha is scheduled for the third performance
(D) Norton is scheduled for the fifth performance
(E) Olive is scheduled for the fourth performance
10. If Jamie\’s performance is scheduled to be immediately before Lalitha\’s performance, Jamie\’s performance CANNOT be scheduled to be
(A) second
(B) third
(C) fourth
(D) fifth
(E) sixth
Questions 11-17
At a small press, six texbooks, three introductory—F. G. and H—and three advanced—X, Y, and Z—will each be evaluated once by the editor, Juarez, and once by the publisher. Rosenberg, during six consecutive wees—week 1 through week 6 Each evaluator evatuates exactly one textbook per week. No textbook will be evaluated by Juarez and Rosenberg during the same week. The following additional constraints apply.
Rosenbery cannot evaluate any introductory textbook until Juarez has evaluated that textbook.
Juarez cannot evaluate any advanced textbook until
Rosenberg has evaluated that textbook
Rosenberg cannot evaluate any two introductory textbooks consecutively
Juarez must evaluate X during week 4.
11. Which one of the following is an acceptable evaluation schedule with the textbooks listed in order of evaluation from week 1 through week 6?
(A) Juarez F. G. X. Z. H. Y
Rosenberg X. F. Z. G. Y. H
(B) Juarez: F, Y, G, X, H, Z
Rosenberg, Y, F, X, G, Z, H
(C) Juarez G, H, F, X, Y, Z
Rosenberg X, G, H, Y, Z, F
(D) Juarez G, Z, F, Z, H, Y,
Rosenberg Z, F, X, G, Y, H
(E) Juarez H, Y, F, X, G, Z
Rosenberg X, H, Z, F, Y, G
12. If Juarez evaluates H during week 3 and Rosenberg evaluates G during week 6, which one fo the following must be true?
(A) Juarez evaluates F during week 1
(B) Juarez evaluates G during week 2.
(C) Juarez evaluates Z during week 6.
(D) Rosenberg evaluates X during week 1
(E) Rosenberg evaluates Y during week 5.
13. If Juarez evaluates Z during week 2, then Rosenberg must evaluate which one of the following textbooks during week 5?
(A) F
(B) H
(C) X
(D) Y
(E) Z
14. Which one of the following must be true?
(A) Rosenberg evaluates H during week 6
(B) Rosenberg evaluates an advanced textbook during week 3
(C) Juarez evaluates an advanced textbook during week 2.
(D) Juarez evaluates Y before evaluating G.
(E) Juarez does not evaluate any two introductroy textbooks consecutively
15. If Rosenberg evaluates X during week 1 and F during week 2, which one of the following could be true?
(A) X is the third of the advanced textbooks to be evaluated by Juarez.
(B) Y is the first of the advanced textbooks to be evaluated by Juarez.
(C) Juarez does not evaluate any two introductory texbooks in a row.
(D) Juarez evaluates G during week 5.
(E) Juarez evaluates Z during week 6.
16. Which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of the those weeks during which Juarez must evaluate an introductory textbook?
(A) week 1
(B) week 6
(C) week 1, week 5
(D) week 1, week 2, week 3
(E) week 1, week 3, week 5.
17. Which one of the following could be true?
(A) Juarez evaluates F during week 6
(B) Juarez evaluates Z during week 1
(C) Rosenberg evaluates F during week 3.
(D) Rosenberg evaluates H during week 2.
(E) Rosenberg evaluates X during week 5
Questions 18-23
Nine different treatments are available for a certain illness: three antibioties—F, G, and H—three dietary regimens—M, N and O—and three physical therapies—U, Y, and W, For each case of the illness, a doctor will prescribe exactly five of the treatments, in accordance with the following conditions.
If two of the antibioties are prescribed, the remaining antibiotie cannot be prescribed
There must be exactly one dietary regimen prescribed
If O is not prescribed F cannot be prescribed
If W is prescribed F cannot be prescribed
G cannot be prescribed if both N and U are prescribed
V cannot be prescribed unless both H and M are prescribed
18. Which one of the following could be the five treatments prescribed for a given case?
(A) F, G, H, M, V
(B) F, G, M, O, V
(C) F, H, M, O, W
(D) G, H, N, U, W
(E) G, H, O, U, W
19. Which one fo the following could be the antibioties and physical therapies prescribed for a given case?
(A) F, G, H, W,
(B) F, G, U, V
(C) F, U, V, W
(D) G, U, V, W
(E) H, U, V, W
20. If O is prescribed for a given case, which one of the following is a pair of treatments both of which must also be prescribed for that case?
(A) F, M
(B) G, V
(C) N, U
(D) U, V
(E) U, W
21. If G is prescribed for a given case which one of the following is a pair of treatments both of which could also be prescribed for that case?
(A) F, M
(B) F, N
(C) N, V
(D) O, V
(E) V, W
22. Which one of the following is a list of three treatments that could be prescribed together for a given case?
(A) F, M, U
(B) F, O, W
(C) G, N, V
(D) G, V, W
(E) H, N, V
23. Which one of the following treatments CANNOT be prescribed for any case?
(A) G
(B) M
(C) N
(D) U
(E) W

練習題(五)

SECTION 1
Time—35 minutes
24 Questions
Questions 1-5
On Wednesday a physician will have exactly one appointment with seven patients—P, Q, R, S, T, U, W—one patient per appointment. The schedule of appointments chronologically numbered 1 through 7, must meet the following conditions:
Q\’s appointment is at some time before P\’s appointment
U\’s appointment is at some time before P\’s appointment
Either R or T has appointment 3
S\’s appointment is either the appointment immediately before or the appointment immediately after R\’s appointment.
1. Which one of the following is an acceptable schedule of appointments in order from 1 to 7?
(A) Q, S, R, P, W, U, T
(B) Q, U, W, S, R, T, P
(C) S, Q, R, T, W, U, P
(D) T, U, R, S, W, P, Q
(E) U, Q, T, P, R, S, W
2. If W has appoinment 2 and P has appointment 5. then which one of the following must be true?
(A) R has appointment 6
(B) S has appointment 4
(C) S has appointment 7
(D) U has appointment 1
(E) U has appointment 4
3. If U\’s appointment is immediately after T\’s appointment and immediately before R\’s appointment, then which one of the following must be true?
(A) Q\’s appointment is at some time before P\’s appointment.
(B) S\’s appointment is at some time before P\’s appointment.
(C) S\’s appointment is immediately before Q\’s appointment
(D) W\’s appointment is immediately before P\’s appointment
(E) W\’s appointment is at some time before S\’s appointment
4. If P\’s appointment is immediately before S\’s appointment, then each of the following could be true EXCEPT:
(A) R\’s appointment is immediately before W\’s appointment
(B) T\’s appointment is immediately before Q\’s appointment
(C) U\’s appointment is immediately before P\’s appointment
(D) U\’s appointment is immediately before Q\’s appointment
(E) W\’s appointment is immediately before T\’s appointment
5. If T\’s appoinemtne is immediately after P\’s appointment and immediately before W\’s appointment, then which one of the following must be true?
(A) W\’s appointment is at some time before R\’s appointment.
(B) U\’s appointment is at some time before R\’s appointment.
(C) S\’s appointment is at some time before U\’s appointment.
(D) R\’s appointment is at some time before P\’s appointment.
(E) Q\’s appointment is at some time before S\’s appointment.
Questions 6-12
Exactly six employees—officers F, G, and H, and supervisors K, L, and M—must be assigned to exactly three committees—Policy, Quality, and Sales—with exactly three employees per committee Committee assignments must conform to the following conditions:
Each committee must have at least one officer assigned to it
Each employee must be assigned to at least one committee
All three officers must be assigned to the Policy Committee.
G cannot be assigned to the same committee as L.
K must be assigned to the Sales Committee
6. Which one of the following is a group of three employees who can be assigned together to the Sales Committee?
(A) F, G, and M
(B) F, G, and M
(C) G, K, and L
(D) H, K, and L
(E) K, L, and M
7. If H is assigned to exactly one committee, and if no committee has both F and M assigned to it, then it must be true that
(A) G and M are both assigned to the Quality Committee
(B) K and L are both assigned to the SalesCommittee
(C) K is assigned to exactly two committees
(D) L is assigned to exactly two committees
(E) M is assigned to exactly two committees
8. Which one of the following CANNOT be true?
(A) F is assigned to exactly one committee
(B) G is assigned to exactly three committee
(C) H is assigned to exactly three committee
(D) K is assigned to exactly one committee
(E) L is assigned to exactly two committee
9. If F is assigned to exactly three committees, and G is assigned to exactly two committees, then which one of the following must be true?
(A) G is assigned to the Quality Committee.
(B) G is assigned to the SalesCommittee.
(C) K is assigned to the Quality Committee.
(D) L is assigned to the Sales Committee.
(E) M is assigned to the Quality Committee.
10. Which one of the following is a group of three empoyees who can be assigned together to the Quality Committee?
(A) F, G, and H
(B) F, G, and K
(C) G, H, and K
(D) G, K and L
(E) H, L, and M
11. If L is assigned to exactly two committee. which one of the following must be true?
(A) F is assigned to the Sales Committee.
(B) G is assigned to the Sales Committee.
(C) H is assigned to the Quality Committee.
(D) K is assigned to the Quality Committee.
(E) M is assigned to the Quality Committee.
12. Which one of the following CANNOT be true?
(A) F and G are each assigned to exactly one committee.
(B) F and H are each assigned to exactly one committee.
(C) G and H are each assigned to exactly one committee.
(D) F and M are both assigned to the Sales Committee
(E) G and K are both assigned to the Quality Committee
Questions 13-17
On Tuesday Vladimir and Wendy each eat exactly four separate meals: breakfast. luch, dinner, and a snack. The following is all that is known about what they eat during that day.
At no meal does Vladimir eat the same kind of food as Wendy
Neither of them eats the same kind of food more than once during the day
For breakfast, each eats exactly one of the following: hot cakes poached eggs, or omelet
For lunch each eats exactly one of the following fish. hot cakes, macaroni, or omelet
For a snack each eats exactly one of the following fish or omelet.
Wendy eats an omelet for lunch
13. Which one of the following statements musts be true?
(A) Vladimir eats fish for lunch
(B) Vladimir eats fish for dinner
(C) Vladimir eats fish for his snack
(D) Wendy eats fish for dinner
(E) Wendy eats fish for her snack
14. Vladimir must eat which one of the following foods?
(A) fish
(B) hot cakes
(C) macaroni
(D) omelet
(E) poached eggs
15. If both Vladimir and Wendy eat macaroni on Tuesday, then which one of the following statements could be true?
(A) Vladimir eats fish for lunch
(B) Vladimir eats hot cakes for lunch
(C) Vladimir eats macaroni for dinner
(D) Wendy eats hot cakes for breakfast
(E) Wendy eats hot cakes for dinner
16. If Wendy does not eat macaroni on Tuesday then which one of the following statements could be true?
(A) Vladimir eats poached eggs for breakfast
(B) Vladimir eats fish for lunch
(C) Vladimir eats hot cakes for lunch
(D) Wendy eats hot cakes for breakfast
(E) Wendy eats fish for dinner
17. If Wendy eats poached eggs for breakfast, then which one of the following statements cannot be true?
(A) Vladimir eats fish for lunch
(B) Vladimir eats hot cakes for lunch
(C) Vladimir eats macaroni for lunch
(D) Wendy eats hot cakes for dinner
(E) Wendy eats macaroni for dinner
Questions 18-24
Eight people—Jack, Karen Laura, Mark, Nick Owen, Peggy, and Ruth— will be placed on two four-person teams—X and Y—for a realy race that is run in four successive legs first, second third and fourth The teams race concurrently Each team member runs exactly one of the legs, one team member per leg according to the following conditions
Jack is on the same team as Karen
Karen is not on the same team as Nick
Ruth runs an earlier leg of the race than Peggy runs
Whether or not they on the same team as each other
Mark and Nick are both on team Y
Neither Jack nor Mark runs third
Karen and Laura both run second
Owen runs fourth
18. Which one of the following must be true?
(A) If Jack and Owen are assigned to the same team as each other Jack runs   first
(B) If Jack and Peggy are assigned to the same team as each other Jack runs   fourth
(C) If Jack and Ruth are assigned to the same team as each other Ruth runs   third
(D) If Mark and Owen are assigned to the same team as each other Mark runs   fourth
(E) If Mark and Ruth are assigned to the same team as each other. Ruth runs   third
19. If Ruth is assigned to team X which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of the legs that she could run?
(A) first
(B) second
(C) first, second
(D) first, third
(E) second, third
20. If Owen and Ruth are assigned to the same team as each other which one of the following must be true?
(A) Mark runs fourth
(B) Nick runs first
(C) Nick runs fourth
(D) Peggy runs first
(E) Peggy runs fourth
21. Any of the following can be true EXCEPT
(A) Jack runs first
(B) Mark runs fourth
(C) Nick runs first
(D) Nick and Peggy both run third
(E) Owen and Peggy both run fourth
22. If Ruth and Peggy are assigned to the same team as each other which one of the following must be true?
(A) Jack runs first
(B) Mark runs fourth
(C) Nick runs third
(D) Peggy runs third
(E) Ruth runs first
23. Any of the following can be true EXCEPT
(A) Jack runs fourth
(B) Nick runs fourth
(C) Peggy runs fourth
(D) Ruth runs first
(E) Ruth runs third
24. If Peggy runs third on the same team to which Jack is assigned which one of the following must be true?
(A) Jack runs the first leg on the team to which he is assigned
(B) Ruth runs the first leg on the team to which she is assigned
(C) Owen runs on the same team as Jack
(D) Owen runs on the same team as Mark.
(E) Ruth runs on the same team as Mark
參考答案
SEOTION 1: CDEBB EAEBD CDCED BACBA CCE

LSAT全真題2
參考答案
SEOTION 1: DEAEC DEBCE CBDBA AEADE ACAC

LSAT全真題(三)答案

SECTION 1:  CBBCA   CDAAB   ADDBE   EABCB   AEDE
LSAT全真題(四)答案
SECTION 1:BACDE BDCBA CBCDB EAADA CDDEC ED
SECTION 2:BDBCD CABCE ECDAA ABEEB ADAEA
SECTION 3:BEDED DECED BDBCE AAADB ACBDD B
SECTION 4:DAABC ABCEA BADBE ADEEE EDC

LSAT全真題(五)答案
SECTION 1:BECED DCBCA ACCEC ABABE ACDA
SECTION 2:ACDDD BBCBB BDACB CCEEB ADEA
SECTION 3:AEBEA DDCCE DBADC EAEDB BADCB AC
SECTION 4:DAEBA CEEBA BCEBC CBCCC CDDAB D