Last week, we went over principles in LSAT logical reasoning. Today, let’s talk about questions that give you a principle and an application right there in the stimulus.
Principles come up in a few different contexts in Logical Reasoning on the LSAT. Often, the word “principle” makes LSAT students think that there’s something weird or different or special about a question. Questions involving principles are a tiny bit different, but it’s really not a big deal. So let’s work out how to do these questions.