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GMAT Critical Reasoning: 10 Most Common Question Types [#permalink]
31 Oct 2013, 01:05
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GMAT Critical Reasoning: 10 Most Common Question Types
Every other day we'll be finding discussions of interesting and tricky questions from previous years. We will be finding 5-10 Critical Reasoning questions every day based on Most Common Question types tested on the GMAT:
Weaken the Argument Questions,
Strength the Argument Questions,
Must be True/Inference Questions,
Resolve the Paradox Questions,
Dialogs – Method of Reasoning Questions,
Provide the Conclusion Questions
Evaluate the Argument Questions,
Parallel & Flaw in Reasoning Questions,
Study those hand-picked tough and tricky questions which have not been discussed for at least a year or two (you may have missed them otherwise) and review replies and tips from our expert team and prominent members**.
**Combined Effort by Gmatclub moderators and experts. Kudos and thanks to Narenn, detobizz,mau5,WaterFlowsUp,daagh and Bunuel for bringing this project together.**
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