ScottRiqui wrote:OP, I'd also like to point out that this is question FOUR in the section, meaning that it's what we like to call "a gimme". If you're having this much trouble in the first half-dozen questions of an LR section, and thinking about it this much, it's a sure sign that you're missing something fundamental.
The fundamental thing I'm missing is having English my nth language (3rd or 4th depending on how you count). It does show up indeed, typically in a form that I read the stimulus and had absolutely no idea what it was all about. I can still make it if it is a necessary assumption or certain weaken q's, but if it is "most strongly supported", I don't even bother.
The stimulus tells us that only one thing is holding Morris back from getting what she wants.
Analysts predict that she's going to get what she wants anyway. How could we support their prediction?
Oh look - one of the answer choices says that the VERY THING Morris needs is probably going to happen!
Yeah, so I looked at "B" and "E" and crossed out "E" because it speaks about "probably would happen" while the analysts say it WILL happen. Easy?