Your LSAT Prescription for . . . Must Be True Questions

Your LSAT Prescription for . . . Must Be True Questions

Jelena and Branden tackle one of the few Logical Reasoning question types that don’t always have an argument . . . Must Be True Questions.

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Tune in this week as Jelena and Branden tackle one of the few Logical Reasoning question types that don’t always have an argument. (If you think that means Jelena & Branden won’t be arguing with each other, you must be new to the pod, so welcome!)

These questions come in a few forms, and the approach for each, as well as the criteria for the right answer, is a little different.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. When to diagram and when to keep your diagramming powder dry
  2. How to separate what’s useful from what’s fluff in a stimulus that’s just a bunch of facts
  3. How to tell these apart from Strengthen and Strengthen with Sufficient Premise questions
  4. What to do on pesky MBT Principle questions
  5. How to make sure you don’t eat up too much time

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