November 2018 LSAT Section 1 Question 5
Skylar on November 3, 2019@mluna No, we cannot always assume that an answer choice is incorrect simply because it uses a strong word. However, you are correct in taking extra caution while evaluating what the implications of these words are. Oftentimes, strong words can make for claims that are stronger than what the passage supports (and therefore incorrect). However, this is not always the case and you should evaluate each answer choice if time allows.
Urbano on February 21, 2020In a necessary assumption question and other questions that contain conditional logic, if there is only one answer choice with conditional logic in it, would it be advisable to pick that answer. For instance, on this question, I feel that only A contains conditional logic.
Shunhe on February 21, 2020Hi @ulino23,