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# CR - Bold Problems in Real GMAT tests

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This is for 700 clubbers. Have you guys noticed an increase in the number of BOLD critical reasoning problems during your tests. They are pretty convoluted and requires steadfastness and clarity in understanding of subject and then understanding what each answers states.Is this a show stopper? should I focus on more on these kind of problems during the preperations?
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This is for 700 clubbers. Have you guys noticed an increase in the number of BOLD critical reasoning problems during your tests. They are pretty convoluted and requires steadfastness and clarity in understanding of subject and then understanding what each answers states.Is this a show stopper? should I focus on more on these kind of problems during the preperations?

To be honest if your CR is good then BF questions are the easiest CR problems to solve. This is something like this. In a CR question you need to find the premis(es) and conclusion in an argument. Then in a normal CR question (weaken , strengthen or Assumption) you need to do an extra step in evaluating external factors that would affect the conclusion. In a BF question, you dont need to do this. All you have to do is specify what the BF portions are. So see the BF question as the opportunity to save time on CR
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