« on: August 03, 2007, 01:07:11 PM »
note that TCR MBT with regards to the stimulus material as it's the main conclusion, but they aren't the same question type as MP Q's eliminate premises or subsidiary conclusions as the answer.
No, they are not always invalid. You just can't assume that they're always true. Think of this example: If you are happy, then you must be smart.
If you are smart, you could also be happy (MR). If you are not happy, you could be not-smart (MN). The whole point behind MR, MN and contrapostitives is that contrapositives MUST ALWAYS be true, but the others could be, but are not necessarily true.
I think he was using the class purely as a pick-up place.
I don't understand what the problem is?
Speak for yourself. I think the LSAT is the most accurate and important factor any admissions officer should ever look for. GPA, meanwhile, should be banished from the process.
And your rationale is...