"Note: Figure not drawn to scale."
In other words, the figure looks nothing like the one drawn.
A test to test logic and reasoning skills is inherently flawed in its base assumption. That logic can be tested. At SePA last year I had an awesome conversation with Bekah DiSipio about the logic course she was taking in college, that logic is just a form of reasoning that conforms to certain rules. The rules of the game of logic must be assumed. But there are so many different rules that can be established, with or without justification, that there can be no real "wrong" logic, just bad logic. Bad logic, of course, being based on bad rules. And even that just depends on your point of view.
This is something I've heard the dude on Life Changing Radio talk about sometimes, with the rise of post modernism, that logic is dying. He talks a lot about the contrast of Western logic and Eastern logic, and now that logic is dying (or just generally disregarded in its credibility) those differences doesn't matter and Christians can meet non-believers on the heart level. Regardless of the validity of these statements, I think it demonstrates that logic is just a faculty we assign to reason, and not something that applies to everyone. Some people just reason differently. Logic is less useful in light of this fact.
I'm not a logic junkie. I wouldn't know. But it seems to me a test to test logic and reasoning is the most pointless test in the world. I resent the pressure to get a good score, that I am automatically defined by how well I do on a certain stupid test. I regret that there is no easier and more beneficial way to process prospective students on their actual worth, not just the number that's pulled out of the air by Collegeboard. I hate that intelligence is equivocated to logical reasoning. Logical is not my default setting, but that doesn't mean I'm stupid.
I'm not denying logic is useful - I'm homeschooled, I've been beaten over the head with the importance of learning logic since I was six years old. I just hate that logic doesn't come easily to me. And I kind of hate the SAT for no good reason.
I'll stop whining and get back to studying now.