Past LSAT Explained/Logical Reasoning

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Question Types[edit | edit source]

Conclusion[edit | edit source]

Point at Issue[edit | edit source]

the main point at issue is an issue in dispute is are committed to disagreeing about expresses a point of agreement

Method of Argument[edit | edit source]

Assumption[edit | edit source]

Tests to Use

# Faslification Test

Negate the choice and see if the argument stands. If it collapses, the choice is among the assumptions that the argument depends.

# Main Point Test

If the choice is the conclusion or main point of the passage, it is necessarily not the assumption.

Weaken/Strengthen[edit | edit source]

Principle[edit | edit source]

Flaw[edit | edit source]

Parallel Reasoning[edit | edit source]

Resolve Discrepancy[edit | edit source]