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I urge you to watch the Theory videos. They contain all of the theory that underlies my approach. Time and again, you'll hear me reference material from those videos—that's the best way for you to develop a systematic approach to the test!
Inference questions start here (but you really should watch all the Theory videos).
Thank you for your suggestion. Actually your theory videos changed my LSAT experience totally different. Probably my change is so big that nobody can experience. I'll go back and watch again again...........again. I know it's magic level.
Dave, I completely understand the importance of the language cues. But this whole passage seems to revolve around the dating issue "most vexing problem" and "conflicting chronologies" then weeding out the sources to determine which date is correct
common sense would lead to believe history by definition is about the past which would require attaching a reliable date and being a MSS question with a little wiggle room, doesn't (C)"most likely be true" nail that down or does the words "any event" make this choice incorrect?
Yeah, you've got it. Remember this isn't about what your common sense tells you. This is about what the passage proves. This passage just doesn't tell us that there'a anything required for dating "any event."
And while you're totally correct that this question leaves open a tiny bit of wiggle room, (C) doesn't give us any—it purports that there is a strict requirement (deciding which chronology is most likely true) for every date determination. That's a HUGE claim!