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But where could be main source for boldfaces though? I looked in LSAT materials already and still could not find any.
You will not find any BF CR in LSAT books. There is definitely a shortage of them. OG has one. Out of the 9 ETS paper tests there may be also 1 or 2. PR2005 CAT has 2 or 3. The rest comes from the links I gave you. _________________
Lot of them does not have the sentences marked bold. So its very difficult to understand what the question is about.
Do you have this compiled in a document or pdf etc? That would save us lot of time and pain.
Please let me kNow. Highly appreciate your help.
Bold faced questions will test your knowledge in identifying:
There may be some sub-categorization but in general, the above are the 5 main categories that you need to differentiate from each other and associate with the given bolded sentences. Usually, these are slightly more difficult than regular CR questions. You can also have another example by checking the very last CR question of the OG. _________________