WorldsCollide wrote:Back from non-TLS land! (Damn you midterms and the shortest weekends ever).
So I have an LSAT related (stupid) question... how do you all approach "most strongly supported" questions different than "must be true" questions?
Actually, yes. MSS questions don't tend to be as clear cut and logically perfect as MBT questions. Sometimes the answer to an MSS question can fall more in the territory of a strengthen question, with the caveat being that you're not really supporting a gap in reasoning (MSS stims are not generally arguments), but rather you're looking for the statement that would be most strengthened by the statements in the stim. The subtle difference between that and MBT is that is doesn't necessarily follow. It's just supported.