Hannah on September 11, 2019
Hi all, Answer choice D seemed like a good choice in its general idea, but wanting to adhere to the be specific principle we so often hear about when preparing for the LSAT, I eliminated answer D because I thought there was no way testimony could be the same as signing a petition. Obviously, in this case, the test makers took them to be equivalent terms. Any tips for avoiding over-specificity in LR questions?
on September 19, 2019