I am banging my head on the table trying to get a clear understanding of Q 21 from Section 2 of PT 40.
Yes, I have already browsed Manhattan LSAT's forum and looked at their explanations - but I am still confused.
It is a sufficient assumption question with conditional statements that consist of "some" and "most". My thought process was like this:
Conclusion: SA <------some-------> famous
Evidence: SA ----most---> creative --> good at abstract reasoning
So I am assuming that I need to somehow link "good at abstract reasoning" with "famous" but apparently this is not one of the answer choices.
I understand that this is a very specific question, but having read the explanations on the Mlsat forum and still being confused, I have to consult with top law school forum as it is my last resource.
(PT 40, Section 2, Question 21)
Thanks in advance
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