Submitted by majorgeneraldave on Feb 27 2017
Inference Questions are probably, as a class, my favorite type of Logical Reasoning questions. They're awesome. And if you want a strategy for dealing with Logical Reasoning questions on the LSAT, you could do a lot worse than starting with how Inference Questions work.
Submitted by majorgeneraldave on Jan 17 2017
On the LSAT, you can expect about 4 or 5 questions of the type I lovingly refer to as Sufficient Assumption Questions (2 or 3 of them in each Logical Reasoning section).
These questions are phrased in one of the following ways:
- Which one of the following principles, if valid, most helps to justify the reasoning above?
- Which one of the following, if assumed, allows the conclusion to be properly drawn?
- The conclusion above follows logically if which of the following is assumed?
Submitted by majorgeneraldave on Oct 2 2014
Look, I don't want to make too big a deal of this. It's not like we've found an Ebola vaccine. So we will curb our enthusiasm accordingly. Still.
WE ARE RELEASING
THE KRAKEN FREE EXPLANATIONS FOR EVERY RIGHT ANSWER TO EVERY TEST QUESTION FROM EVERY TEST PUBLISHED THIS ENTIRE DAMN MILLENNIUM!
So, to celebrate, we'll do a quick Q+A. Let's do this!
Q: Why are you releasing free explanations of all the right answers?