Each week, we analyze a movie that illustrates a logical fallacy you’ll find on the LSAT. Who said Netflix can’t help you study? 🎥📖
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Forget about Pixels for a second. I mean, most of you probably didn’t see it, and those who did probably blocked it from their memories. So let’s just say it doesn’t exist. This way, we can talk about Chris Columbus without feeling bad.
In 1985, Richard Donner, Steven Spielberg, and Chris Columbus collaborated on a little project that we all know (and love!) as The Goonies. If you’ve never seen this film, go, right now, and watch it. Read more
Alright, here are the answers to the last blog post: Negating Assumptions on the LSAT
Non Exhaustive List of Common Terms and Negations
If you see… Negate with…
All Not all
Most Not most/less than half
Not all All
None At least one/Some
Probably Probably not/Unlikely
Never At least once/Sometimes
Always Not always
Can you think of others that should be on this list?