Some people have been promoting a new herbal mixture as a remedy for the common cold. The mixture contains, among oth...

Zach on November 27 at 09:53PM

I can't tell if A has been copied down in a grammatically incorrect fashion that renders it unnecessarily difficult to understand, or if it is deliberately difficult to make sense of.

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on February 3 at 04:39AM

If any LSATMax admins/tutors are reading this — Answer choice A looks like this for many of us:

"finding a claim to be false on the grounds that it would if true have consequences that are false"

on February 8 at 10:42PM

Hi all! To answer your question, I actually also got the official prep plus from LSAC and Answer choice A in this prep test is exactly as it is shown "finding a claim to be false on the grounds that it would if true have consequences that are false". It is not copied down wrongly.

I hope the above helps!