October 2002 LSAT Section 3 Question 16
Annie on January 16, 2020Hi @DavidClimber,
jing jing on April 11, 2020Can we say D is too strong so that's why it is incorrect? D is supported by only one sentence in the first paragraph, whileas E is supported in last paragraph and the first paragraph. So E wins over D because E has more support int he passage? Please let me know if I am on the right track? Thank you
Devon on February 24 at 03:07PM@jingjing - not an instructor, so please feel free to correct me here; but I struggled on this one and think I have an idea. D seems incorrect because it includes unsupported information (not just 'lightly' supported information, so to speak). Look at some of the language in D, particularly "chosen to ignore." To say an approached misses the full picture is different than those using that approach willfully and knowingly neglect the full picture (implied by "chosen").