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i am a little skeptical about using the diagramming technique of manhattan gmat for CR, has any one tried it and succeeded...and what do other people think about it..should i give it a try or stick to a conventional method...

PS:Manhattan itself says,it wud take 60-90 secs for diagramming when u become proficient in it ,add to it the time taken for answering the question.
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