Thanks so much for your kind help and for your reply.
At the moment, unfortunately, I am hitting a wall. I cannot really understand a complex ”Or” rule on page 192 of the LSAT Trainer (J will arrive after M or before N, but not both). Could you explain to me in more depth why if J is after M it cannot be before N (therefore, it must also be after N) ????? It doesn’t make any sense to me. Maybe my law career is doomed before its start LOL!
Thanks very much!