Recognize the Patterns The LSAT is an exam which is full of patterns. Because of this, using previously-administered LSATs is indisputably the most effective way to prepare for the test. Logical reasoning questions, especially those with argumentive stimuli, exhibit recurring structures and patterns of reasoning. In order to maximize your potential on this section, it is important that you learn to recognize these patterns and exploit them to the fullest extent. In this volume, Cambridge LSAT groups the 997 logical reasoning questions from PrepTests 1-20 by type, and presents each particular grouping in order of increasing difficulty. Thus, as your technique improves in any one category, you will face more challenging questions. Chapters o Introduction o Must Be True o Most Strongly Supported o Complete the Passage o Cannot Be True o Main Conclusion o Point o Necessary Assumption o Sufficient Assumption o Strengthen o Weaken o Evaluate o Method (Argument) o Method (Statement) o Flaw o Parallel (Reasoning) o Parallel (Flaw) o Paradox o Principle (Identify) o Principle (Apply)
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