December 2016 LSAT Section 1 Question 13
Mehran on November 10, 2018Hi @smilde11, thanks for your post. Your reasoning is right, and actually only supports the correct answer, (A).
Meredith on October 23, 2019I completely understand your explanation and I too noticed that the N was used as a S condition; however, I didn't choose that answer because the conclusion makes no sense with the premises provided. The jump to legitimacy threw me so I picked D since I felt A wasn't strong enough to explain the huge jump to the very last part of the sentence where it says we must conclude... Can someone please explain how you know to go with A even though it seems to not be the only flaw in the argument? Thanks