Section 3 of the June 2007 LSAT offers a mystery: Why the hell would Jimmy’s gas bills increase after installing a new, “highly efficient” gas water heater? Seems like his gas bills should go down, right? Well, no. Not necessarily. Not if you’re arguing properly.
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No outside knowledge of the world is really required on the LSAT. All the information you need, for the most part, is already on the page. You do need to think critically about what you read, of course, but you don’t need to have prior knowledge of the topics that are being discussed. Question 19 in Section 2 of the June 2007 LSAT is a good illustration of this. You definitely don’t need to know anything about the nation of Banestria, and if you do know something about Banestria it can surely only hurt you. Because “Banestria” doesn’t even exist.