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LSAT Logical Reasoning: What is an Argument?

Logical reasoning, or LR, is one of three multiple choice questions…

LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Questions: Argument Flaws

Let's take a close look at three actual LSAT logical reasoning…

LSAT Inference Questions

Sometimes, LSAT Test Day can feel as if you’re tasked with…

Necessary vs. Sufficient LSAT Assumption Questions

LSAT assumption questions are the backbone of the Logical Reasoning…

Guide to LSAT Logical Reasoning

LSAT preparation is a tough process, and making the commitment…

LSAT Logical Reasoning: Inference vs. Assumption

You’re having lunch with your friend Bob, and you suggest splitting…

LSAT Logical Reasoning: Strengthen & Weaken Questions

One common LSAT reasoning question is the kind that asks you…

LSAT Logical Reasoning: 5 Tips for Inferences

  By asking for an answer that must be true based on the…

LSAT Logical Reasoning: Parallel & Parallel Flaws

Parallel reasoning questions on the LSAT require you to (1) identify…

LSAT Logical Reasoning: Flaws & Common Flaws

Flaw questions are another often-seen challenge on the LSAT.…