Earlier this week, we gave you a quick run-down on the basics of sufficiency and necessity. Today, I have some good news and bad news for you. The bad news is that LSAC sometimes attempts to disguise conditional statements with more confusing language. The good news is that, once you learn how to interpret that language, the conditionals still work in exactly the same way.
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.