It was not the sort of exam anyone could cram for. At first glance (and even at second), some of the 501 questions didn't seem to make sense. Sample:
Pick out the one valid conclusion: A pastogerologist has proved that all bardae are edible, and we already know that dotters are one type of barda.
Conclusions: 1) No dotters are edible. 2) Some bardae are dotters. 3) Other types of barda are not necessarily edible.*
For six hours, 2,771 would-be lawyers in 46 states wrestled with a new aptitude exam based on the proposition that law is a science of words. Designed by the...