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General questions relating to LSAT Logical Reasoning.
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When doing PTs I feel that most of the answers are wrong when they have an If... then statement. Am I right? Is if then in justify the conclusion usually wrong?
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Hi Aaron!

Nope, there are plenty of Justify questions that have correct answers that have an "if...then..." statement or some other phrasing of a conditional relationship. In general, the LSAT doesn't really have quick and easy tricks like this. You're just gonna have to carefully read those answer choices to see if any of them can be added to the premises to prove the conclusion! (And don't forget to prephrase!)

Hope this helps!


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