Episode 11 centers on one the LSAT’s toughest LR question types: Necessary Assumptions. Jon and Dave break down how these questions operate, describe what makes them unique (and how to keep them separate from Sufficient Assumptions, which are covered next week!), and provide several powerful strategies for solving any Assumption question, whether Supporter or Defender. If you struggle with this tricky concept you won’t want to miss this episode!
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0:00 to 9:07: Intro
9:08 to 14:50: This week in the LSAT world
14:51 to 29:49: Necessary Assumption questions overview
29:50 to 45:12: Support/Defender models
45:13 to 1:02:00: Assumption Negation technique
1:02:01 to 1:09:48: Necessary Assumption vs. Must Be True questions