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Ep. 278, Part 1: Existential Quantifiers Crisis

Ep. 278, Part 1: Existential Quantifiers Crisis

Update: 2020-12-28
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Some. Most. Sufficient Assumption. Inference. The LSAT is full of jargon. Some of it useful, and some of it…not so much. What makes matters worse is that many LSAT prep companies confuse students’ understanding by building unnecessary complexities into the study process. In this episode, the guys hear from a listener who just can’t quite understand “existential quantifiers,” hard as he may try. The thing is: the guys have no idea what “existential quantifiers” even means—especially not in the context of the LSAT. Nathan and Ben do their best to bring clarity to this confused 1L hopeful. Plus Nathan advocates for doing more inquiring and less note taking, the guys hear about a life-changing 20-point improvement, and they offer up a PSA about talking and LSAT-ing. Read more on our website!

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Ep. 278, Part 1: Existential Quantifiers Crisis

Ep. 278, Part 1: Existential Quantifiers Crisis

Nathan Fox and Ben Olson