Julie on August 6 at 03:49PM
Hi LSAT Max,
I know that (B) is incorrect but I'm having a hard time breaking it down to see why it can be eliminated. Also, can someone check my logic for answer choices (C)-(E) to see if I went about this correctly?
(C) is wrong because it doesn't give an third factor that would affect the others, which means it doesn't parallel with the stimulus
(D) doesn't have a cause and effect relationship and just seems to say that mastering the subjects doesn't mean that one would succeed as a physician
(E) says that doing less of one factor can bring the results of the other factor, but we need an entirely new one to match the stimulus
Thanks in advance for the help!
Victoria on August 6 at 06:35PM