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Hi guys,
I really need an advice for CR questions.I tried the CR1000 questions after completing OG,PR and kaplan but still find it hard to solve them.

My accuracy is 70-75%max on these questions.Timing is also a big concern for me...

I dont know what to do....Thinking of buying the Kaplan workout and kaplan 800 to try and find some new strategies and practice different types of questions.

Any suggestions on this?...Are these books really worth it or should I try something else...
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24 Dec 2006, 12:09
this is a strong for buying Kaplan 800 or whatever CR books they have.

a better choice is CR Bible by PowerScore... It's average, but its fundamentals are teaching you to differentiate b/w what's a premise and what's a conclusion. I struggled very much with CR when I first encountered it, but now I am way more confident about those types of questions. Only recently I came across the PowerScore book to see how they suggest to deal with Inference kind of questions... I suck at those even now, which brings my CR rate to about 80%.

If you know the parts of argument then go to the OG and after going through questions read the explanations!!! ALL OF THEM, RIGHT OR WRONG. You will pick up some patterns in terms of what the official writers find correct. STAY AWAY from convoluted Kaplan CRs... they aren't the best!!!

Good luck
24 Dec 2006, 12:09
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