TOO ILLICIT TO QUIT
Y'all ready to make some illicit inferences? It's that time again, post-Grey Day; September LSAT scores are out. Congratulations to all who wrote the exam! At PowerScore, we strive to give students the most up-to-the-minute information possible about past and upcoming LSATs, and in keeping with this goal, we are proud to share our recap of the September 2017 Logical Reasoning sections. Recaps of both Logic Games and Reading Comprehension will follow shortly, so please subscribe to the blog to get notified of these and other upcoming posts, including weekly discussions of interest to all preparing for an upcoming LSAT or law school admissions.
Let's get down to business! Here are the highlights from the September 2017 LR sections:
- A rare circular reasoning fallacy (!) on a flaw question.
- Continued importance of ability to prephrase accurate, abstract descriptions of scenarios presented in Flaw and Method of Reasoning questions.
- Fill-in-the-blank question used for a hybrid Main Point/Must Be True task.
- Slightly above-average number of difficult questions among the first ten.
- Continued high frequency of questions involving conditional reasoning.
Read below for further discussion and statistics about the questions.Read More