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LSAT Sample Practice Questions
Instruction: This file contains 100 LSAT sample questions for the following sections:
Critical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. Among them,
all Critical Reasoning questions were followed with complete explanations. For
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Free LSAT Critical Reasoning Questions
1.One of the truisms of the advertising industry is that it is rarely necessary to say something
of substance in an advertisement in order to boost sales. Instead, one only needs to attract the
potential customer’s attention; memory does the rest, for it is more important for sales that
people know of a product than that they know something about it.
Which of the following is assumed by the argument
A. People can remember a product without having much information about it.
B. Advertisements, in their own way, function to improve people’s memories.
C. Attracting a potential customer’s attention is a simple matter.
D. The advertising industry knows little of substance about the products it promotes.
E. Advertisements seldom tell the truth about a product.
The passage discusses how advertising usually need only draw people’s attention to a
product and need not provide any substance for people to remember the product. Thus, the
passage implies that people can remember a product without having much information about
it, and A is the correct answer.
B is incorrect. The passage suggests that if advertisements draw people’s attention to a
product, the people are more apt to remember the product. The advertisement is not said to
improve people’s memories, only to draw people’s attention so they will use their existing
C is also incorrect. The passage says that all one usually needs to do is attract a potential
customer’s attention. It does not say how easy or difficult that is.