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I am not sure if it is the right place for this or not. But I spend a lot of time here. I am a little short on time. I am still struggling with CR :cry: I know a lot of people are really good here with CR. Can you guys please offer some advice as to whats the best way to attack CR questions. What strategies have worked for you? Which book helped, like PR or Kaplan? Any quick pointers.

I did go over the OG, read through some of the explanations. Hmm looks like I need to go over it again and re-read it :roll:

I can usually narrow down to two choices, I have noticed that I make a lot of mistake with the scope of the argument at times. Miss key words, just realised that a few days ago :oops:

Thanks in advance and all you guys rock, good luck :-D
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2006, 09:06
I'm in the same boat! My SCs and RCs are ok, but my CR skills are still far below what is required.ak_idc gave me a couple of tips: 1) Practice paraphrasing the argument and 2) Spend 10 - 15 minutes analyzing EVERY CR you get wrong.

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I'm in the same boat! My SCs and RCs are ok, but my CR skills are still far below what is required. ak_idc gave me a couple of tips: 1) Practice paraphrasing the argument and 2) Spend 10 - 15 minutes analyzing EVERY CR you get wrong.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2006, 10:14
Thanks Kripalkavi, glad to know that I am not the only one who feels the same way. I am going to try doing what you and ak_idc suggested.

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