When it comes to the LSAT, there’s nothing more important than knowing the common LSAT fallacies cold. Here’s how to make your flaw(ed) life easier.
Causal relationships are big on the LSAT. Failure to understand them causes problems. Causation comes up all over the place — in reading comp and in a bunch of logical reasoning questions. But causation is especially important in logical reasoning questions that ask you to strengthen or weaken arguments. A high proportion of these questions involve causation somehow.