As far as preparing for the Law School Admission Test, you must have a strategic method. I offer 12 more LSAT Prep Tips below.
When answering resolve the paradox questions, really read the stimulus. Then before going to the answers try to figure out why there is an opposite conclusion than what you would have thought it would be.
Logical Reasoning could like which one of the following, if true, would count as evidence against the scientist explanation.
The logical reasoning questions of the test could also include the following:
* The argument's conclusion follows logically if which of the following is assumed?
* The reasoning in the argument is most vulnerable to criticism on the grounds that it ___
* Which of the following logically completes the argument?
* Which of the following, if true, weakens the argument?
* Which of the following is most strongly supported?