Graeme (Hacking the LSAT) wrote:I used to be a pedantic nerd, obsessed with logical correctness. Which meant that I could see why any statement might not be true. This is a useful skill for LR.
I've lost the pedantism, but kept the skill for seeing how a statement might be false. That's a useful skill to cultivate, as long as you remember it's inapplicable to ordinary conversation (but very useful for business/life planning).
This was me too. I wouldn't accept any generalization or any logical fallacy in a statement. Probably drove people close to me crazy. But yeah, being that kind of a jerk is what you need to do on the LSAT.