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Some Unusual Parallel Reasoning Questions

Here are some official LSAT Parallel Reasoning questions that feature less common phrasing than standard Parallel Reasoning questions. The language typically used to denote Parallel Reasoning questions may be missing from some of these, and others may ask you to find an answer choice in which the reasoning is not parallel. Familiarizing yourself with the various forms a Parallel Reasoning question can take will help you avoid surprises on test day.

And if you’re looking for more help with the Logical Reasoning section, check out our Logical Reasoning Library for a comprehensive list of all our posts related to this test section.
 

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