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Critical Reasoning - Weaken Questions of Critical Reasoning - I Module


Here are the ten official questions which are discussed in detail in the Critical Reasoning - I module at the end of the Weaken Questions section. Shout out in the comments section

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Critical Reasoning - Strengthen Questions of Critical Reasoning - I Module


Here are the ten official questions which are discussed in detail in the Critical Reasoning I module at the end of the Strengthen Questions section. Shout out in the comments secti

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Critical Reasoning - Making the Playing Field Level for All!


It's irrelevant whether your major was literature or physics - if you feel lost on the renaissance art question, know that the guy next to you is lost on the system of forces quest

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Grammar/Sentence Correction - Usage of 'which' vs 'that'


In this post I would like to talk about defining and non-defining clauses, about ‘which’ and ‘that’, about when to use a comma and some other such things. Let's put the quest

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Critical Reasoning - Discussing the Plan Questions


We have been requested to discuss how to handle the “plan” questions in critical reasoning. Here is how they are different from your regular strengthen/weaken questions - instead of a conclusion, we h...

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Grammar/Sentence Correction - Run-On Sentences


In standardized tests, most SC questions involve compound / complex sentences with multiple phrases, clauses and modifiers. Hence it is very likely that you will see some run-on se

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Critical Reasoning - Useful to Evaluate Questions


Today, we will look at how to solve ‘useful to evaluate’ questions. Arguably, they are one of the toughest question types, perhaps right after boldface questions. To solve them, you follow these simpl...

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Critical Reasoning - Circular Reasoning


Anatomical bilateral symmetry is a common trait. It follows, therefore, that it confers survival advantages on organisms. After all, if bilateral symmetry did not confer such advantages, it would not...

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Critical Reasoning - Why Nuances of Language are Important


‘Fat chance’ and ‘slim chance’ mean the same thing. But ‘wise man’ and ‘wise guy’ are opposites. A house burns up as it burns down and you fill in a form by filling it out?

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Grammar/Sentence Correction - What are Participles?


There is a lot of confusion surrounding the topic of Participles so let’s take a look at it. Quite simply, participles are words formed from verbs which can be used as describing words

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