I'm taking the October 1st LSAT, and the reality that studying will finally be over is surely starting to hit.
Just out of curiosity can anyone think of any easily confused LSAT topics? The wording of this question isn't exactly correct, so I'll list a few examples as to what I'm talking about below.
The LSAT has preyed upon..
Confusing the number of accidents with the number of injuries.
Or, confusing the amount of calories with the amount of fat.
Or income with wealth.
The subtle differences are difficult to notice when you first starting taking LSAT tests. I am just wondering if anyone can think of any other subtle and easily confused words that they've noticed recurrently appearing on exams?