Sample PhiLSAT Question for Critical Thinking

Here’s a sample PhiLSAT question for Critical Thinking that may appear on your exam:

Sample PhiLSAT Question
Sample PhiLSAT Question

There is a family of six persons: A, B, C, D, E and F. Their professions are Economist, Dentist, Tax Collector, Seaman, Mechanic, and Lifeguard.

Condition:

  • There are two married couples in the family.
  • The Mechanic is the grandfather of F, who is an Economist
  • C, the Seaman, is married to the lady Tax Collector
  • B is the mother of F and E.
  • The Dentist, D, is married to the Mechanic.

Question: How A is related to E?
a) Father
b) Grandfather
c) Mother
d) Grandmother
e) Wife

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16 thoughts on “Sample PhiLSAT Question

  1. A. Father

    Considering the info. that there’s only two maried couples, C is maried to a lady tax collector, and D, dentist is maried to the mechanic. Yet B is the mother of E and F, then you can call A as a father of E and F and a husband of B, even their not maried. That my answer. Hope to get the free copy of this reviewer. 😊

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