Examining the incorrect answers in Method and Flaw questions is one of the best ways to improve your LSAT Logical Reasoning skills. In this discussion from the PowerScore LSAT Forum, Logical Reasoning bible author Dave Killoran creates a hypothetical answer to fit an incorrect answer choice, and discusses the value of doing that for other questions. If you need to improve your LR score, this post can help you do that!
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