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Almost 100% intuition for questions that I get "automatically/split-second". For something like LG and certain LR question types, it's literally a matter of drilling and internalizing the patterns. I've seen a similar thing when studying chess tactics, after seeing certain patterns it just becomes intuitive. On some questions where there is greater potential for a trap, I'll usually also skim the other AC's to look for clear examples of why they are wrong.
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