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guys im looking for strategy to solve boldface questions?? this one type of questions that is breaking my head.. help plz

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Re: any good Strategy to solve bold face questions!!! [#permalink] New post 03 Sep 2011, 20:11
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In simple terms, you can follow the following steps :

1) Read the argument and identify the premises and conclusion.
2) Take each bold face at a time. Scan through the choices and eliminate the choices which are absolutely wrong. (eg Bold face 1 is a premise => Eliminate choices that list bold face 1 as conclusion).
3) Repeat step 2 with the other bold face portion.
4) If there are still multiple options remaining, read the options closely and determine the choice which identifies the role of both the bold faces correctly.
Conclusion category: Claim, prediction, objection, judgement etc
Premise category: Observation, findings, evidence, information etc.

This simple technique will help you improve your accuracy with 600-700 range bold faces.
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Re: any good Strategy to solve bold face questions!!! [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2012, 02:46
crick20002002 wrote:
In simple terms, you can follow the following steps :

1) Read the argument and identify the premises and conclusion.
2) Take each bold face at a time. Scan through the choices and eliminate the choices which are absolutely wrong. (eg Bold face 1 is a premise => Eliminate choices that list bold face 1 as conclusion).
3) Repeat step 2 with the other bold face portion.
4) If there are still multiple options remaining, read the options closely and determine the choice which identifies the role of both the bold faces correctly.
Conclusion category: Claim, prediction, objection, judgement etc
Premise category: Observation, findings, evidence, information etc.

This simple technique will help you improve your accuracy with 600-700 range bold faces.



great, can you illustrate the above steps with a specifice bold face question. we want to understand the process properly.
Re: any good Strategy to solve bold face questions!!!   [#permalink] 06 Aug 2012, 02:46
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