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PLS_Henry-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
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Hey Guys,

I've been trying to practice and grind on Sufficient Assumption questions. I know how mechanical these can be, but I have found out that I am having trouble translating the stimulus. Overall, I understand the lawgic and everything else, but it has been frustrating because I am having trouble at the first step and not even being able to utilize lawgic. Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks!

I've been trying to practice and grind on Sufficient Assumption questions. I know how mechanical these can be, but I have found out that I am having trouble translating the stimulus. Overall, I understand the lawgic and everything else, but it has been frustrating because I am having trouble at the first step and not even being able to utilize lawgic. Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks!

## Comments

If that's the case, I would review the lawgic lessons and go through the drills that J.Y. provides. Since SA questions are incredibly mechanical, practice makes perfect - expose yourself to as many lawgic drills/questions as possible. Familiarize yourself with the group 1-4 indicators, translating to lawgic should come naturally after a fair amount of practice.