Now that we’ve introduced you to RC and talked about the lawyer method (looking for evidence in the passage to back up your decisions), in the next series of lessons we’ll take a first look at the processes that high-scorers use when attacking an RC passage. Using a real LSAT RC passage, we’ll go over the basics of
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