Although in theory the questions on the LSAT are designed to be answered without any reference to formal logic, the test is essentially a logic test. Some knowledge of the fundamentals of logic, therefore, will give you a definite advantage. Armed with this knowledge, you should quickly notice that the arguments are fundamentally easy and that most of them fall into a few basic categories. In this section, we will study the logical structure of arguments. In Logic II, we will symbolize and diagram arguments in much the same way as we did with games.
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