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21 terms
LSAT vocabulary
antecedent
contention
subsidiary
circumvent
前例
论点,我认为
子公司
规避,躲开
antecedent
前例
contention
论点,我认为
112 terms
LSAT Terminology
Precise Words
All
always will
none
likelihood
Precise 100%
Precise 100%
Precise 0%
Precise Words
likelihood
All
Precise 100%
120 terms
LSAT Vocab
presuppose
obeisance
eschew
on balance
Presume, assume, take for granted
Gesture expressing respect
Avoid, abstain from, shun
Overall, with all things considered, on average
presuppose
Presume, assume, take for granted
obeisance
Gesture expressing respect
113 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
Antecedent
Assertion
Assumption
Claim
Going before; preceding; an occurrence or event preceding ano…
An emphatic statement; declaration. An assertion supported by…
A belief or statement taken for granted without proof.
An assertion, usually supported by evidence
Antecedent
Going before; preceding; an occurrence or event preceding ano…
Assertion
An emphatic statement; declaration. An assertion supported by…
59 terms
LSAT Words
All... None
Most... Not Most
Some ... Not All
Comparative Words ... Definition and Trea…
Precise Words... All= Always will... None = Never
Precise Words... Most= Probably, Likely, Usually... Not Most= Not L…
Precise Words... Some= Can... Not All= Not Always
Def= Any word that states or implies a comparison... Treatment=…
All... None
Precise Words... All= Always will... None = Never
Most... Not Most
Precise Words... Most= Probably, Likely, Usually... Not Most= Not L…
46 terms
LSAT Vocab
Praxes
Unequivocal
Parochial
Eschew
a habit or custom, something that is done in practice
unambigous or clear in meaning. absolute.
narrow in viewpoint or scope
deliberately avoid using; abstain from
Praxes
a habit or custom, something that is done in practice
Unequivocal
unambigous or clear in meaning. absolute.
125 terms
LSAT - terms
Antecedent
Assertion
Assumption
Claim
A preceding event, condition, or cause.... Example: If A(definit…
To declare positively
To take for granted that something is true
To assert
Antecedent
A preceding event, condition, or cause.... Example: If A(definit…
Assertion
To declare positively
96 terms
LSAT prep
LR assumption strategy
LR assumption Q stem idetifiers
LR strengthen/weaken strategy
LR strengthen/weaken Q stem identifiers
Bridge the gap between the evidence and the conclusion.
"assumed," "assumption," "presuppose," "if added to the premi…
Find the answer that makes the conclusion more or less likely…
"strengthen," "most strongly supports the author," "most weak…
LR assumption strategy
Bridge the gap between the evidence and the conclusion.
LR assumption Q stem idetifiers
"assumed," "assumption," "presuppose," "if added to the premi…
20 terms
LSAT Terms
valid
arguments
invalid argument
temporal infallacy
when a conclusion of an argument can be logically inferred fr…
at least one premise and a conclusion
an argument is invalid if the conclusion cannot be properly i…
just because it has not happened yet, does not it mean it can't
valid
when a conclusion of an argument can be logically inferred fr…
arguments
at least one premise and a conclusion
93 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
advocate
anomaly
appeal to
concurrent
to support
a rare exception
to offer something as evidence
existing at the same time
advocate
to support
anomaly
a rare exception
23 terms
LSAT terminology
Precise words (16)
Comparative word definition
Comparative words are typically consid…
Can comparative words become weak in c…
(1) all... (2) always... (3) will... (4) none... (5) never... (6) most... (7) p…
any word that states or implies a comparison
strong language
yes-- and they can involve varying degrees of strength
Precise words (16)
(1) all... (2) always... (3) will... (4) none... (5) never... (6) most... (7) p…
Comparative word definition
any word that states or implies a comparison
41 terms
LSAT VOCABULARY
ameliorate
dichotomy
distinction
qualify
to make something better
a separation of contradictory things
difference
to limit in scope
ameliorate
to make something better
dichotomy
a separation of contradictory things
LSAT terminology
However
But
Yet
Although
Contrast
Contrast
Contrast
Contrast
However
Contrast
But
Contrast
150 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
Acquit
Advent
Aerate
Ameliorate
To relieve from a charge of fault or crime, to declare not gu…
A coming into place, view or being; arrival.... The coming of Ch…
To expose to the action or effect of air or to cause air to c…
To make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory…
Acquit
To relieve from a charge of fault or crime, to declare not gu…
Advent
A coming into place, view or being; arrival.... The coming of Ch…
114 terms
lsat words
ambiguous
analogy
appeal to
confuse...with...
having more than one possible meaning
a comparison between two different things that are similar in…
to offer something as proof
to fail to distinguish between ...and ...
ambiguous
having more than one possible meaning
analogy
a comparison between two different things that are similar in…
20 terms
LSAT Definitions
always
at odds with
atypical
cite
the temporal version of all
contradictory
nonrepresentative
to employ...as a premise
always
the temporal version of all
at odds with
contradictory
47 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
Contend
in addition
qualified endorsement
when
to argue that something is true
moreover
to argue that something is true
a word that introduces a sufficient condition (except when pr…
Contend
to argue that something is true
in addition
moreover
37 terms
Lsat words
Warranted
Imposition
Phenomena
Sovereignty
Justify, necessitate, officially affirm
Action or process of imposing somethong or of being imposed.…
Observable fact or event, typically unusual or difficult to u…
Supreme power or authority, authority of a state to govern it…
Warranted
Justify, necessitate, officially affirm
Imposition
Action or process of imposing somethong or of being imposed.…
69 terms
LSAT Definitions
likelihood
more often than not
moreover
most...not
probability
temporal version of most
furthermore
a minority of
likelihood
probability
more often than not
temporal version of most
44 terms
LSAT Vocab
Inference
Consequence
Deduction
Main Point
Something that MUST be true, synonomous with a valid conclusi…
Inference, conclusion
Inference, conclusion
Conclusion
Inference
Something that MUST be true, synonomous with a valid conclusi…
Consequence
Inference, conclusion
25 terms
LSAT prep
premise
conclusion
inference
deductive reasoning
the evidence
the hypothesis
if A is true, B is also true
you come up with a specific conclusion from a general premise…
premise
the evidence
conclusion
the hypothesis
22 terms
LSAT Arguements
SID Interpret conclusion
SID Interpret Assumptions
SID Interpret Premises
SID Solve conclusion
Broad often extreme unwarranted
Facts support the broad conclusion/ no other facts needed/ no…
Fact(s)
Proposes a solution or rejects proposed solution
SID Interpret conclusion
Broad often extreme unwarranted
SID Interpret Assumptions
Facts support the broad conclusion/ no other facts needed/ no…
5 terms
LSATS
Assumption
Conclusion Indicators
Premise Indicators
Continuity Indicators
Asking you find the unstated premise. It may not be true.... So…
Therefor, consequently, thus, hence, hence, accordingly, it f…
since (C since P), Because, for (Philosphical c for p) aftera…
And, additionally, in addition, as well as, furthermore, also…
Assumption
Asking you find the unstated premise. It may not be true.... So…
Conclusion Indicators
Therefor, consequently, thus, hence, hence, accordingly, it f…
123 terms
LSAT vocab
Accumulate
Adduce
Advance
Advocate
To gather or pile up especially little by little; amass
To offer as example, reason, or proof in discussion or analysis
To accelerate the growth or progress of
One that defends or maintains a cause or proposal
Accumulate
To gather or pile up especially little by little; amass
Adduce
To offer as example, reason, or proof in discussion or analysis
312 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
jurisprudence
common law
precedents
criminal law
the study of law, Romans turned law into a science
law based on court decisions rather than legal code
a ruling in an earlier case that was similar
laws that seek to prevent people from deliberately or reckles…
jurisprudence
the study of law, Romans turned law into a science
common law
law based on court decisions rather than legal code
11 terms
LSAT Prep
None
Some
Many
At least 1
0%
1% - 100%
1% - 100 %
1% - 100%
None
0%
Some
1% - 100%
LSAT Test
How many parts?
Sections
How long?
Aim to score
5
1. Reading Comprehension... 2. Analytical Reasoning... 3. Logical R…
4 hour exam (35 mins each)
160
How many parts?
5
Sections
1. Reading Comprehension... 2. Analytical Reasoning... 3. Logical R…
89 terms
LSAT Vocabulary
Arcane
Aspect
Confuse... With...
Consensus
Obscure
Facet
To fail to distinguish between... And...
Widespread agreement among all members of a group
Arcane
Obscure
Aspect
Facet
35 terms
LSAT: Reading Section Question Stems
Which one of the following best expres…
The primary purpose of the passage is…
In the passage, the author's primary c…
According to the passage . . .
Main Idea
Main Idea
Main Idea
Description
Which one of the following best expres…
Main Idea
The primary purpose of the passage is…
Main Idea
23 terms
LSAT Lawgic LSAT Groups
IF : Sufficient Condition:
WHEN: Sufficient Condition
WHERE: Introduces Sufficient Condition…
ALL: Introduces Sufficient Condition:…
IF : Sufficient Condition
WHEN: Sufficient Condition
WHERE: Introduces Sufficient Condition: Group 1
ALL: Introduces Sufficient Condition: Group 1
IF : Sufficient Condition:
IF : Sufficient Condition
WHEN: Sufficient Condition
WHEN: Sufficient Condition
5 terms
LSAT N
narcotic
newsreel
noncommittal
nonsensical
麻醉药,致幻毒品;催眠的
新闻影片
不明朗的,不承担义务的
无意义的,荒谬的
narcotic
麻醉药,致幻毒品;催眠的
newsreel
新闻影片
125 terms
Duffexx LSAT
Antecedent
Assertion
Assumption
Claim
A preceding event, condition, or cause.... Example: If A(definit…
To declare positively
To take for granted that something is true
To assert
Antecedent
A preceding event, condition, or cause.... Example: If A(definit…
Assertion
To declare positively
9 terms
LSAT J
jag
jagged
jittery
jockey
尖齿,缺口;刺戳
锯齿状的,参差不齐的
神经过敏的,兢兢业业的
赛马骑师,操作员
jag
尖齿,缺口;刺戳
jagged
锯齿状的,参差不齐的
38 terms
lsat defintions
anomaly
arcane
at odds with
despite
a rare exception
obscure
contradictory
notwithstanding
anomaly
a rare exception
arcane
obscure
26 terms
LSAT H
hack
halt
hamper
harrowing
砍;出租
停止,中断
妨碍,牵制
痛心的,悲惨的
hack
砍;出租
halt
停止,中断
23 terms
LSAT Quantifiers
Some
some but not all
Only Some
Most
Definition: at least one up to and including All
includes the possibility of none up to everything shy of all…
Excludes none and all. So at least one up to just shy of all.
more than half (greater than 50%) ... synonyms: a majority, a p…
Some
Definition: at least one up to and including All
some but not all
includes the possibility of none up to everything shy of all…
39 terms
LSAT V
vacillation
vagrancy
vanity
vantage
摇摆不定,踌躇
游移不定,漂泊,离题
空虚
优势
vacillation
摇摆不定,踌躇
vagrancy
游移不定,漂泊,离题
6 terms
LSAT Q
qualm
quell
quibble
quintessential
疑虑
镇压
双关,诡辩
精粹的,精髓的
qualm
疑虑
quell
镇压
15 terms
LSAT Flaws
Exclusivity
Sampling
Composition
Sufficiency and Necessity
-Fails to establish an exhaustive list of options ... -Fails to…
-Sampling group not an accurate representation of group it pu…
-Whole has property, so all/most/some of its parts must have…
A->B = B->A / A->B + B = A... A->B = Not A -> Not B / A->B + No…
Exclusivity
-Fails to establish an exhaustive list of options ... -Fails to…
Sampling
-Sampling group not an accurate representation of group it pu…
87 terms
LSAT S
sabotage
salacious
sapling
scant
妨碍,破坏
猥亵的
树苗
缺乏的;限制
sabotage
妨碍,破坏
salacious
猥亵的
12 terms
LSAT Quantifiers
All of A are B... All of B are C... All of…
Some A are B... All of B are C... Some A ar…
All of A are B... Some B are C... Some A ar…
Most A are B... All of B are C... Most A ar…
Valid
Valid
Invalid
Valid
All of A are B... All of B are C... All of…
Valid
Some A are B... All of B are C... Some A ar…
Valid
61 terms
LSAT R
rabble
rabid
rabies
raffle
乌合之众;聚众闹事
狂暴的,激烈的
狂犬病
杂物,抽彩售货
rabble
乌合之众;聚众闹事
rabid
狂暴的,激烈的
68 terms
LSAT P
painstaking
palatable
pander
paranoia
辛苦的,艰苦的
美味的
勾引,拉皮条
妄想狂
painstaking
辛苦的,艰苦的
palatable
美味的
60 terms
LSAT A
a priori
abdicate
abide
acclamatory
推理的,演绎的
退位,放弃
忍受,遵守
欢呼的,喝彩的
a priori
推理的,演绎的
abdicate
退位,放弃
52 terms
LSAT I
idiosyncratic
inflect
in lieu of
illicit
特异的,特殊的
弯曲,改变
代,代替
违法的,不正当的
idiosyncratic
特异的,特殊的
inflect
弯曲,改变
28 terms
LSAT F
facsimile
fad
fallacious
falter
传真,临摹
一时流行的狂热
谬误的,靠不住的
颤抖,支吾,踌躇
facsimile
传真,临摹
fad
一时流行的狂热
21 terms
LSAT M
magistrate
magnanimity
malefactor
marrow
地方官员
宽宏大量
犯罪分子
骨髓,精华
magistrate
地方官员
magnanimity
宽宏大量
73 terms
LSAT D
dearth
debase
debunk
deceit
缺乏
降低
揭穿,暴露
欺骗
dearth
缺乏
debase
降低
19 terms
LSAT G
gait
galvanize
gash
genteel
步态,步法
刺激,通电
很深的伤口,裂缝
上流社会的
gait
步态,步法
galvanize
刺激,通电
79 terms
LSAT C
calamity
canine
capricious
carnivorous
灾难
犬科的
多变的
食肉的
calamity
灾难
canine
犬科的
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