Today’s LSAT Forum Post Of The Day contains a recent question from a student about a Resolve The Paradox question from the September 1998 LSAT (LR section 1, #7), and an answer from Dave Killoran providing helpful tips on what to do when you encounter Resolve questions with relevant similarities and differences. If you’ve never checked out our LSAT Forum before, this is the kind of help we provide for free; not just answers to questions, but often mini-lessons that expand your knowledge of all question types. Come join the conversation!

Here’s a quick preview. But be sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation our team provided:

FPOTD 12.28

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