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The LSAT is a set of arguments—and that’s true especially in the Logical Reasoning section. You’ll run into a couple of different types of claims as you traverse LR: normative claims, which are value judgments, and descriptive claims which are statements of fact. In today’s episode, Henry and Aastha parse the difference between these types of claims, and give tips on identifying them. Listen to do a deep dive into premises, conclusions, and what can be inferred from what. 

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