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1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
607 terms
LSAT
Cannot be false - def
Cannot be true - opposite
Cannot be false - opposite
Could be false - def
Must be true
could be true
not necessarily true
not necessarily true
Cannot be false - def
Must be true
Cannot be true - opposite
could be true
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
40 terms
LSAT
if
only if
temporal version of if
spatial version of if
introduces sufficient
introduces necc ... ex: you can access the network only if you h…
when, whenever, as long as
where, wherever
if
introduces sufficient
only if
introduces necc ... ex: you can access the network only if you h…
330 terms
LSAT
deprave
deference
made-to-measure
edifice
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
respect; courtesy
adj made specially to suit somebody's particular needs
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
deprave
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
deference
respect; courtesy
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
753 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
330 terms
LSAT
deprave
deference
made-to-measure
edifice
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
respect; courtesy
adj made specially to suit somebody's particular needs
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
deprave
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
deference
respect; courtesy
330 terms
LSAT
deprave
deference
made-to-measure
edifice
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
respect; courtesy
adj made specially to suit somebody's particular needs
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
deprave
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
deference
respect; courtesy
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
420 terms
LSAT
deprave
deference
made-to-measure
edifice
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
respect; courtesy
adj made specially to suit somebody's particular needs
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
deprave
to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt.
deference
respect; courtesy
14 terms
lsat
what is the definition of an argument?
what is the internal strucure of an ar…
what determines the measure of how goo…
the aim of an argument is?
the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion
the internal strucure is the support of an argument.
the measure of how good or bad an argument is can be detirmin…
persuasion
what is the definition of an argument?
the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion
what is the internal strucure of an ar…
the internal strucure is the support of an argument.
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,016 terms
LSAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
2,000 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
90 terms
LSAT Prep
What are the types of Qs on the LSAT?
State the purpose of the Reading Compr…
State the purpose of Analytical Reason…
State the purpose of the Logical Reaso…
Logical Reasoning... Reading Comprehension... Analytical Reasoning
Ability to insight-fully read and understand lengthy and comp…
Ability to understand a structure of relationships, ultimatel…
Ability to analyze, critically evaluate, and complete argumen…
What are the types of Qs on the LSAT?
Logical Reasoning... Reading Comprehension... Analytical Reasoning
State the purpose of the Reading Compr…
Ability to insight-fully read and understand lengthy and comp…
21 terms
LSAT Terminology
Comparative words
Precise words
Comparison
Superlative
Any word that states or implies a comparison
All, none, most, not most, some, not all
More, less, better, taller, worse, etc...SEMI-STRONG bc of de…
Least, best, tallest, worst, etc...MUCH STRONGER than compari…
Comparative words
Any word that states or implies a comparison
Precise words
All, none, most, not most, some, not all
38 terms
LSAT Glossry
Analogy
Appositive
Assumption
Cause
A stated or implied comparison between two different things t…
A phrase, usually set off by commas, used to describe or defi…
Unstated evidence
To increase the likelihood of
Analogy
A stated or implied comparison between two different things t…
Appositive
A phrase, usually set off by commas, used to describe or defi…
139 terms
LSAT Vocab
pundit
cryptic
synapse
ominous
A self-professed expert in a particular field, especially as…
Having hidden meaning.... Mystified or of an obscure nature.
a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute ga…
giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is goi…
pundit
A self-professed expert in a particular field, especially as…
cryptic
Having hidden meaning.... Mystified or of an obscure nature.
1,016 terms
LSAT defs
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
102 terms
LSAT Vocab
presupposition
explicit assumption
contrarian doubt
sufficient justification
a thing tacitly assumed beforehand at the beginning of a line…
explicit assumptions are assumptions of which the intention i…
...
insufficient justification is when an individual utilizes int…
presupposition
a thing tacitly assumed beforehand at the beginning of a line…
explicit assumption
explicit assumptions are assumptions of which the intention i…
20 terms
LSAT Vocab words
Ambivalent
assess
because
compelling
having conflicted feelings about something
appraise
since
attracting strong interest
Ambivalent
having conflicted feelings about something
assess
appraise
101 terms
LSAT: Logical Games
[ A _ B ] ... A in inspected __?__ B
[ A _ B ] ... B is inspected __?__ A
[ A _ _ _ B ] ... There are exactly th…
D is inspected exactly two days before…
before / ahead of
after / behind
between / separated by
[ D _ E ]
[ A _ B ] ... A in inspected __?__ B
before / ahead of
[ A _ B ] ... B is inspected __?__ A
after / behind
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
80 terms
LSAT: Flawed Methods of Reasoning
Circular Reasoning
Ambiguous Word Usage
Misinterpreting a Key Term
Unfairly Redefining a Key Term
Circular Reasoning
Ambiguous Word Usage
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,016 terms
LSATs
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
36 terms
lsat new vocab words
vicissitude
dilettante
diffident
squalid
inevitable hardship
amateur
shy
dirtiness; filth
vicissitude
inevitable hardship
dilettante
amateur
1,016 terms
LSAT Vocab words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,016 terms
LSAT Word Review
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
8 terms
LSAT LR 10/26
C... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
B... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
C... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
D... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
C... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
B... http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/l…
LSAT: Flawed Methods of Reasoning
Circular Reasoning
Ambiguous Word Usage
Misinterpreting a Key Term
Unfairly Redefining a Key Term
Circular Reasoning
Ambiguous Word Usage
17 terms
LSAT - LR - Valid & Invalid Arguments (Forms & Visualizations)
A ---> B... A... ____________... B
A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A
A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C
A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C
Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)
Valid 3... (Transitive)
Valid 4
A ---> B... A... ____________... B
Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A
Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)
1,535 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
LSAT Language (STRONG, WEAK, DEFINITIONS)
All, Any, Always, Each, Every, Whenever
No, None, Never, Cannot
Most, A Majority, Generally, Typically…
Can, May, Could, At Least, Some, Somet…
Absolute Positives - STRONG WORDS
Absolute Negatives - STRONG WORDS
Majority Words - STRONG WORDS
Modest Words - WEAK WORDS
All, Any, Always, Each, Every, Whenever
Absolute Positives - STRONG WORDS
No, None, Never, Cannot
Absolute Negatives - STRONG WORDS
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
1,598 terms
LSAT-Vocabulary Words
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
25 terms
LSAT conditional statements words
If _______
Anyone ________
Any _________
Unless/if not ___________
1st
1st
1st
2nd
If _______
1st
Anyone ________
1st
101 terms
LSAT: Logical Games
[ A _ B ] ... A in inspected __?__ B
[ A _ B ] ... B is inspected __?__ A
[ A _ _ _ B ] ... There are exactly th…
D is inspected exactly two days before…
before / ahead of
after / behind
between / separated by
[ D _ E ]
[ A _ B ] ... A in inspected __?__ B
before / ahead of
[ A _ B ] ... B is inspected __?__ A
after / behind
65 terms
LSAT - Logical Fallacies (mostly from informationisbeautiful.net)
Appeal to Anonymous Authority
Appeal to Authority
Appeal to Common Practice
Appeal to Ignorance
(aka, "Unproven vs. Untrue")
Appeal to Anonymous Authority
Appeal to Authority
17 terms
LSAT - Valid & Invalid Argument Forms (Formulas & Visuals)
Valid - Form 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
Valid - Form 2... (Negate the Necessary)
Valid - Form 3... (Transitive)
Valid - Form 4
Valid - Form 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
Valid - Form 2... (Negate the Necessary)
17 terms
LSAT - LR - Valid & Invalid Arguments (Forms & Visualizations)
A ---> B... A... ____________... B
A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A
A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C
A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C
Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)
Valid 3... (Transitive)
Valid 4
A ---> B... A... ____________... B
Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)
A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A
Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)
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