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There are 2 known points: a>In an assumption CR questions

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There are 2 known points:
a>In an assumption CR questions the correct choice if reversed will make the conclusion fail.
b>In strengthening and weakening questions the correct choice will strengthen or weaken the assumption and thereby strengthen or weaken the conclusion.

Please correct me if I am wrong:

Therefore what I think is while attempting strengthen/weakening

1> if the question is strengthening - reverse the option will make the conclusion fail.
2>if the question is weakening - reverse the option it will make the conclusion strong.

Basically it get quite tricky when questions are of 700-800 level and choices are close, therefore I think, this way by reversing we can check if the strengthening/weakening ans is correct. this approach is similar to the assumption questions.

Please let me know this is true in all cases?
There are 2 known points: a>In an assumption CR questions   [#permalink] 12 Sep 2011, 05:38
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