If you’ve just started studying for the September LSAT, you’re probably learning about conditional statements right now. In two posts this week, we’re going to simplify the process of learning how to diagram these occasionally daunting statements. Today we’re going over how recognize sufficient and necessary conditions.
Now that Blueprint classes for the February LSAT are underway, you’re going to be learning a lot and it’s going to come at you quickly. So this is a good time to go over what’s most important from the first few lessons. What should you really make sure you get down, and what don’t you need to worry about too much.
Here are the things that are really important right now: