LSAT Advantage: Reading Comprehension
Last Modified: 2011-09-07
2. Identify Question Type
3. Research relevant text.
4. Make a prediction.
5. Evaluate the answer choices.
Emphasis/Opinion (Of Author & Critic)
"according to the passage"
"the passage states"
"the author mentions"
"the passage suggests"
"likely to agree"
Loose language - Rd between lines, combine statements, identify what must follow
"primary purpose of the first paragraph"
"best describes the function of"
Look at context of detail or paragraph and ask why author put it there
Strengthen/Weaken - "supports"/"undermines"
Parallel Reasoning - "analogous"
Use the appropriate LR strategy
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