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LSAT Vocab - 2

Subject : LSAT
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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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. Misunderstand






2. Open to criticism






3. To limit in scope






4. Focusing on the whole itself and not just on its parts






5. A separation of contradictory things






6. Result






7. To fail to distinguish between...and...






8. Revealing






9. Explicit






10. Unlikely






11. To use...as a premise






12. To mistakenly equate






13. Something that is set forth to refute a general principle






14. Affect






15. To challenge






16. Justified






17. Thing






18. Thus






19. Complete in every detail






20. Inviting a false belief






21. Yet






22. Too general






23. Facet






24. Incontrovertible






25. Sufficient






26. To make something understood without expressing it directly






27. Prescription






28. Infer






29. Limited approval






30. Wholehearted support






31. To lay something down as law






32. Unclear






33. Conclude






34. Something that is assumed to be true and that is used as the basis of an argument






35. Endorse






36. Influence






37. Effect






38. Happening more often than not






39. A word that introduces a sufficient condition (except when preceded by only)






40. To call into question






41. To dismiss without any consideration whatsoever






42. Acknowledge






43. To fail to recognize






44. The logical opposite of some






45. Inviting a mistaken belief






46. A relationship between two variables in which a variation in one is accompanied by a variation in the other






47. Widespread agreement among all members of a group






48. Exaggerate






49. Not enough






50. One of the elements that contributes to a particular effect