I’ve lived in New York for four years now, and I’m still not accustomed to the weather. Coming from the sunny climate of Southern California, I am used to nice weather all the time. Now, I have to deal with temperatures in the 30’s and snow during “spring.”
With classes starting up for the June LSAT, we thought it would be a good idea to do a post covering one of the foundational groups of questions you’ll encounter on the LSAT. At Blueprint, we subdivide one of the big sections of the LSAT — the biggest section, in fact, Logical Reasoning — into three “families.” We’re going to zoom in on one of those families today: the Implication family.