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.
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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?
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