Preptest 31, section 3. Question 12

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Preptest 31, section 3. Question 12

Postby mac35352 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:36 pm

Hello there, hope everyone is enjoying their LSAT studies.
How does E weaken the argument?
Only question wrong in the whole section...ahhhh :evil: I ended up guessing E because it just didn't make sense to me. I can see why C is correct but why is E incorrect?
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Re: Preptest 31, section 3. Question 12

Postby 99.9luft » Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:47 pm

E weakens because it shows that the several studies discussed in the stimulus have a very limited (homogenous) and therefore unrepresentative sample. We can't judge based on some psych students' opinions what MOST ppl think.

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Re: Preptest 31, section 3. Question 12

Postby mac35352 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 10:53 pm

99.9luft wrote:E weakens because it shows that the several studies discussed in the stimulus have a very limited (homogenous) and therefore unrepresentative sample. We can't judge based on some psych students' opinions what MOST ppl think.

Thank you, this was simple...I can't believe I didn't see it!



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