# LSAT Logical Reasoning Question Types

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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. In a 'Role of the Statement' - avoid choices that...

2. Question says... an assumption on which the argument depends is assumed by the argument is required in order for the conclusion to be properly drawn relies on the fact that

3. Most strengthens most strongly supports the conclusion allows the conclusion to be properly drawn follows logically if which one of the following is assumed

4. Question says... x responds by responds in which one of the following ways uses which one of the following techniques in countering

5. Would be most useful to know in evaluating the argument the answer to which one of the following questions would contribute to an evaluation in evaluating the argument - it would be most useful to know whether

6. In a 'Inference' - analyze and apply by...

7. In a 'Weaken' - analyze and apply by...

8. Question says... The main point is the main conclusion is the argument leads to the conclusion that statements commit X to the position that

9. In a 'Point at Issue' - avoid Choices that...

10. In a 'Inference' - avoid choices that...

11. An assumption on which the argument depends is assumed by the argument is required in order for the conclusion to be properly drawn relies on the fact that

12. The argument proceeds by a method of reasoning employed by the argument a technique of reasoning employed by the argument

13. Principle if established - would most help to justify principle provides the strongest support for the conclusion conforms to which one of the following generalizations reasoning most closely conforms to which one of the following principles

15. Question says... most strengthens most strongly supports the conclusion allows the conclusion to be properly drawn follows logically if which one of the following is assumed

16. x responds by responds in which one of the following ways uses which one of the following techniques in countering

17. The main point at issue is An issue in dispute is Are committed to disagreeing about Expresses a point of agreement

18. In a 'Point at Issue' - analyze and apply by...

20. In a 'Principle' - look for choices that...

21. In a 'Assumption' - look for choices that...

22. In a 'Main Point' - look for choices that...

23. In a 'Main Point' - avoid Choices that...

24. Question says... JUSTIFY:principle if established - would most help to justify principle provides the strongest support for the conclusion CONFORM: conforms to which one of the following generalizations reasoning most closely conforms to which one of

26. In a 'Strengthen' - analyze and apply by...

27. Question says... must also be true can most properly be concluded most strongly support the inference which of teh following conclusions can be properly drawn

28. The main point is the main conclusion is the argument leads to the conclusion that statements commit X to the position that

29. Question says... the role of the statement X in this argument is the statement X figures in the argument in which one of the following ways

30. In a 'Principle' - avoid choices that...

31. In a 'Strengthen' - look for choices that...

33. The 'Main Point' task is...

34. In a 'Assumption' - analyze and apply by...

35. The 'Role of the Statement' task is to...

36. In a 'Main Point' - analyze and apply by...

37. In a 'Assumption' - avoid choices that...

38. In a 'Role of the Statement' - look for choices that...

39. Question says... most seriously weakens the argument undermines the conclusion calls into question casts doubt upon conclusion would not follow if overlooks the possibility that

40. The 12 Argument Types

41. Most seriously weakens the argument undermines the conclusion calls into question casts doubt upon conclusion would not follow if overlooks the possibility that

42. In a 'Role of the Statement' - analyze and apply by...

43. In a 'Principle' - analyze and apply by...

44. In a 'Strengthen' - avoid choices that...

45. In a 'Weaken' - look for choices that...

46. In a 'Weaken' - avoid choices that...

47. The role of the statement X in this argument is the statement X figures in the argument in which one of the following ways

48. In a 'Point at Issue' - look for choices that...