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Getting to Know the Implication Family

Title: Getting to Know the Implication Family | Blueprint Prep Meta Description:  Keywords: implication in logic examples (20) Score: Getting to Know the Implication Family  With classes in swing for this year’s LSAT, we thought it would be a good idea to do a post covering one of the foundational groups of questions you’ll encounter

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What to Know About Sufficient and Necessary Assumption LSAT Questions

Sufficient and Necessary Assumption questions are tough. Don’t get discouraged. These question types are tricky, and also appear frequently in the LSAT Logical Reasoning section, so it’s important to have a firm handle on what each type of assumption means. But with the help of our LSAT Prep, there is no need to stress. We

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Three Small LSAT Resolutions for the New Year

In 2023 you may want to improve your LSAT score, become fabulously wealthy and generally improve your life. But let’s start with raising your LSAT score. If you’re studying for the LSAT this year, here are some things you should consider doing: 1. Make a study plan It’s immensely helpful to set aside the time

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Can You Have Scratch Paper When Taking the LSAT?

Sitting for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) can be quite daunting. With months of rigorous LSAT preparation and stress management, the LSAT testing day is typically one filled with anxiety and uncertainty.  On such a tense day you don’t want to be left panic-stricken, wondering whether you are following all the  test rules. It

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Can Anyone Take the LSAT?

So, you’re starting to think about law school and start your journey toward becoming a lawyer. It may be a distant dream years down the line, or you might be planning to apply this cycle or the next. You may be wondering, is it too early to get started? Are there classes I should have

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How to Study for the LSAT Over the Holidays

The holidays are a stressful time, and they can be particularly stressful if you’re trying to find time to study for the LSAT on top of your various other obligations. Here are some tips to navigate balancing your study obligations with your social (and other) obligations this season. 1. Keep your schedule consistent. If there

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The Absence of Evidence Fallacy

“Professor Jones believes the ark is located in Egypt. However, the sources he trusted were recently shown to be lying, so the ark must be somewhere other than Egypt.” “I saw a ghost in my house last night. My friend Shaggy told me that no one has ever proven the existence of ghosts, so what

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The Splitter Struggle: What to Do If Your LSAT Score Is Great, But Your GPA Is Meh

Picture this: A bright, promising student works tirelessly on mastering the ins and outs of a challenging-albeit-important-exam to reach their goal of becoming a lawyer. After months of hard work, our hero is ready for the big law school admission test. Their strategies are dialed. Their focus is razor sharp. They are ready! Several weeks

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