« on: October 11, 2007, 08:55:40 AM »
this is my main LR weakness, please help!! I'm good at identifying what the method of reasoning in the stimulus is, and i write it down as a reference point, but once i start to look at the answer choices i get so thrown off by the change in subject matter, information overload or jumbled order of premises/conclusion. any advice for how to keep a straight head in doing these?
also, are the structures/# components of the premises and/or conclusion always parallel? for instance if you have (A or B --> C) as a premise in the original stimulus, is it wrong to automatically eliminate an answer choice with a premise (A or B or C --> D) or am i supposed to give it a chance in terms of seeing whether the logic of it actually works in a similar way?