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I'm pretty solid on LR (-1 to -4 typically) but I struggle with match the reasoning questions most. I just went through the lesson for this type of question in The LSAT Trainer, but I'm still lost. When I get the answer right, which is ~50% of the time, it's because I go with the one that "feels" right. Does anyone have some concrete techniques for getting these questions right everytime? Also checking on the 7sage, manhattan, and powerscore sites.
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X is likely to do Y. versus: H is likely to be an action done by Z. (Probabilistic argument.)
Group B has L property, and H is a subset of B. versus: Y is part of Group E which implies C, so Y has property C. (Same method of deduction.)
As far as flawed mechanisms of parallel reasoning Qs--I try never to memorize for the LSAT, but it does help to know where LSAC usually puts flaws. http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2012/09/ls ... acies.html
Other things I do: go down the ACs and draw a line through phrases in the AC that don't have a clear partner/are distortions of the original. There's usually one AC left.
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