Your Prescription for . . . Parallel & Flawed Parallel Reasoning Questions

Your Prescription for . . . Parallel & Flawed Parallel Reasoning Questions

Branden & Jelena discuss Parallel Reasoning & Flawed Parallel Reasoning questions so you know how to answer these correctly and quickly.

Show notes

There have been a few Logical Reasoning questions in the history of the LSAT that were about as long as a Reading Comp passage, and every single one of them is a Parallel Reasoning or Flawed Parallel Reasoning question.

These questions are frustrating and time consuming. Luckily they aren’t the most common types of questions, so lots of people skip them, but if you want an elite score, you’ll have to learn how to answer these correctly and quickly. We’ll tell you how.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. What important law school skill is being tested on these questions
  2. How to speed up in analyzing the arguments in the stimulus and answers
  3. The different approaches to diagrammable and non-diagrammable arguments
  4. How Parallel Reasoning and Flawed Parallel Reasoning questions differ in terms of answer criteria
  5. How to eliminate answers quickly and confidently
  6. How to answer the common Parallel questions in Reading Comp and how they’re different from LR questions

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