Justify Questions - Not reading remaining answer choices.

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PLATONiC
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Justify Questions - Not reading remaining answer choices.

Postby PLATONiC » Thu May 13, 2010 1:51 am

Hey guys,

I noticed that there are quite a number of "justify," or (Sufficient) Assumption, questions that are formal-logic based. I've been circling the first answer choice that corresponds with my prephrase (after diagramming the sentences into formal logic). I know that it's pretty much a no-no to skip reading all the answer choices, but do any of you ever feel so confident that the answer choice is correct that there is absolutely no need to read the rest of them? Or will this end up biting me in the ass?

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Re: Justify Questions - Not reading remaining answer choices.

Postby edinbourgh » Thu May 13, 2010 2:25 am

If I'm running out of time, I will breeze through/ sometimes skip going through the other answer choices.
If I have a lot of time, though, I check them.
After all, it could come back and bite me in the ass if I don't because I might have missed a key term in the stimulus, thus diagramming it wrong or misunderstanding the argument.

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Re: Justify Questions - Not reading remaining answer choices.

Postby PLATONiC » Thu May 13, 2010 4:37 am

Yeah... it's good that you point out the fact that I could leave out a key element in the stimulus. the makers of the LSAT do craft calculated wrong answers... so I might as well check every answer choice.




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