PeanutsNJam wrote:Colonel_funkadunk wrote:Correct. But its worded more closely to the way the stimulus is worded which often helps in these parallel questions.
ETA: I liked your explanation of the Lobster Necessary Assumption question. That is welcomed in this forum even if it isn't in the other.
I'll keep that in mind, looking for similar wording in parallel questions. It may be a way to expedite the process since those are the most tedious ones. I'll do some experimenting on older PTs. I was having a little fun with that explanation but the OP wasn't having any of it.
Breaking news - I found an error on the LSAT. It's a small one, but in PT 53, Section 4, Passage 1, line 19, the passage says "...somewhat different than that of...". The correct idiom is different from.
Different from, LSAT.
Suck on that.