Your LSAT Prescription for . . . Strengthen with Sufficient/Necessary Premise Questions

Your LSAT Prescription for . . . Strengthen with Sufficient/Necessary Premise Questions

Branden and Jelena teach you the techniques that are both sufficient and necessary for mastery of these challenging questions.

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The LSAT doctors are in, and they’ve got the cure for what ails your Logical Reasoning scores . . . if you’ve been missing strengthen w/ sufficient/necessary premise questions, anyway.

Branden and Jelena teach you the techniques that are both sufficient and necessary for mastery of these challenging questions.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. How to tell the difference between sufficient and necessary assumption prompts
  2. When to diagram strengthen w/ sufficient premise questions
  3. How to use the negation test to answer strengthen w/ necessary premise questions correctly every time
  4. Why the ultimate question that unlocks everything about the LSAT might just be “How could all the premises be true, yet the conclusion be false?”
  5. How to eliminate multiple answer choices just by paying attention to new nouns in the conclusion of the stimulus

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