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How can I maximize time on the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section of the LSAT?

Philip R.
Answer:

Logic Games often start out as a student's most difficult section, but become the easiest. The trick to Logic Games is that, as opposed to Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension, there is only one answer that can be correct (In LR and RC there are other answer choices that are also appealing). This means when working through a problem, as soon as the correct answer is found, move on to the next question. Do not spend time eliminating wrong answers! This saves students several minutes throughout the section.

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What is the secret to the ACT Science section?

Philip R.
Answer:

The ACT Science section contains all the answers to the questions directly in the prompts! It can be the easiest section to master once the tricks are recognized and strategies are implemented.

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Question:

What is the definition of Net Present Value in simple terms?

Philip R.
Answer:

Net Present Value is the current value of all future cash flows. Because a dollar today is worth more than a dollar 5 years from now, we need a formula to help establish the value of that dollar 5 years from now, in terms of today.

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