Many words on the LSAT can be quite confusing. I’ve made an LSAT glossary to help you figure things out.
But I highly encourage you to use more than one source. You should truly understand words like “some, most, many, etc.” And there are many words that I didn’t have space to cover.
The LSAT demands precision, and knowing the full and exact definition of certain words can help you get a better score.
So apart from the glossary, what should you do? It turns out that dictionaries are surprisingly helpful. You’ll want a dictionary that lists multiple definition for each word. Generally, LSAT words use one of out many definitions. “Most”, for example, is normally used to mean “majority” rather than “largest number of”.