Explanations June 2007 LSAT

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Greg Smith
Greg Smith
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Course Curriculum

Section I - Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)
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June-Q11-Explanation
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June-Q15-Explanation
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June-Q19-Explanation
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June-Q21-Explanation
June-Q22-Explanation
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Section II - Logical Reasoning (Logic Games)
# 1 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Identify the Conclusion/Main Point
​# 2 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Parallel Reasoning & Flawed Parallel Reasoning
​# 3 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Must be True/Inferred/Logically Completes
​# 4 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 5 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Weaken
​# 6 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Sufficient Assumptions
​# 7 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Principle
​# 8 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Must be True/Inferred/Logically Completes
​# 9 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Weaken
​# 10 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Identify the Conclusion/Main Point
​# 11 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Role of the Statement
​# 12 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Parallel Reasoning & Flawed Parallel Reasoning
​# 13 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Sufficient Assumptions
​# 14 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Weaken
​# 15 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Sufficient Assumptions
​# 16 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Point of Contention - Disagreement or Agreement
​# 17 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 18 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Most Strongly Supports
​# 19 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Strengthen
​# 20 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Method of Reasoning
​# 21 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 22 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Most Strongly Supports
​# 23 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Sufficient Assumptions
​# 24 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Principle
​# 25 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Explain the Discrepancy/Paradox
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Section III - Logical Reasoning (Logic Games)
​# 1 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Principle
​# 2 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Explain the Discrepancy/Paradox
​# 3 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Point of Contention - Disagreement or Agreement
​# 4 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 5 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Sufficient Assumptions
​# 6 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Principle
​# 7 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Point of Contention - Disagreement or Agreement
​# 8 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 9 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Necessary Assumptions
​# 10 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Must be True/Inferred/Logically Completes
​# 11 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Necessary Assumptions
​# 12 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Identify the Conclusion/Main Point
​# 13 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Strengthen
​# 14 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Principle
​# 15 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Weaken
​# 16 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Must be True/Inferred/Logically Completes
​# 17 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Necessary Assumptions
​# 18 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 19 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Strengthen
​# 20 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Parallel Reasoning & Flawed Parallel Reasoning
​# 21 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Weaken
​# 22 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Must be True/Inferred/Logically Completes
​# 23 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
​# 24 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Principle
​# 25 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Flaw/Criticism
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Section IV - Reading Comprehension (Logic Games)
# 1 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Main Point
​# 2 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Parallel Reasoning/ Analogous
​# 3 - Correct Answer A - Question Type View Point
​# 4 - Correct Answer E - Question Type View Point
​# 5 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Details
​# 6 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Purpose
​# 7 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Most Supported/ Must be True/ Inference
​# 8 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Logical Addition
# 9 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Point of Contention/ Agreement (Comparative Reading)
​# 10 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Details
​# 11 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Point of Contention/ Agreement (Comparative Reading)
​# 12 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Point of Contention/ Agreement (Comparative Reading)
​# 13 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Principle
​# 14 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Structure
​# 15 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Main Point
​# 16 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Purpose
​# 17 - Correct Answer E - Question Type View Point
​# 18 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Parallel Reasoning/ Analogous
​# 19 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Most Supported/ Must be True/ Inference
# 20 - Correct Answer E - Question Type Details
​# 21 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Purpose
​# 22 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Details
​# 23 - Correct Answer A - Question Type Main Point
​# 24 - Correct Answer B - Question Type Details
​# 25 - Correct Answer D - Question Type Purpose
​# 26 - Correct Answer E - Question Type View Point
​# 27 - Correct Answer C - Question Type Structure
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