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Tutor profile: Jennifer K.

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Jennifer K.
Political Science Senior at CSUN - PreLaw
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Subject: LSAT

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When looking for correct answer choices on Necessary Assumption questions, what type of answer is generally correct?

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Necessary assumption questions always hold correct answers that must be true or else they ruin the argument. Often, the most basic and boring answer is correct, as it restates an obvious part of the stimulis. These answers are always correct, as if they were false, the argument would be destroyed. You can also look for weak answer choices that can easily be supported by the argument.

Subject: Writing

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What are the core parts of an argument?

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The core parts of an argument are the premises, which provide evidence for the conclusion, and the conclusion which states an official position on an issue. Arguments can also hold background information, make inferences, and have multiple intermittent conclusions.

Subject: Political Science

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What two methods of reasoning are used in political science research?

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The two major methods of reasoning in political science research are qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative reasoning utilizes behavioral analysis and attempts to measure phenomena that are generally considered unqualifiable. Qualitative reasoning uses measurable, proven, seeable data to inform research. Above these methods is the core tenant of research - focusing on empirical evidence.

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