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Episode Notes: LSAT Boss S1E6: Identify the Conclusion (with HW)

The overall conclusion of an argument constitutes the author’s main point, and you'll need to properly identify it to tackle the majority of the logical reasoning questions you'll see.

In this lesson, Shana and former LSAT student Claudia Ryan review Shana's 4-part strategy for identifying the conclusion. The lesson includes guided practice and homework keyed to LSAC's 10 Actual Official Preptests Vol V.

 

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