Ep. 170: Inside the Georgetown Law School Interview

Hey all, Nathan here. I was supposed to fill in on this week’s show notes but I completely forgot. My bad! Producer Adam’s beautiful notes will return next week.

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  1. When you guys were doing the LSAT India question at the end, if it had been a main point questions, wouldn’t it have been a waste of time to think about those flaws? Not necessarily saying that stem first is better overall, but if one could know in advance that a question is just asking for the conclusion, wouldn’t that be a benefit?

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    1. No. It doesn’t take any time to “think about the flaws.” This is something that should be happening naturally and continuously when you look at an argument. There’s no benefit to knowing the question type before looking at the argument, and it frequently interferes with understanding the argument properly.

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