diiggidy wrote:By 100% I meant that over the last 8 PTs I've taken, I haven't missed any MC, Method, Parallel Reasoning etc. So basically your advice is to keep going over the assumption family questions so I can more easily see the flaws and pick out the trap answers?
If the assumption family Qs are what you're missing on LR, then yeah that could be helpful for you. Kind of depends on why you're missing the Qs but IMHO the most important thing on assumption fam Qs is having a very strong grasp on the argument core (premise, conclusion, flaw) and being able to recognize which ACs are outside the scope of the argument/can be accounted for by the argument. IMO on the more recent tests wrong ACs get trickier so it's really helpful to be vale to eliminate those wrong ACs