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THURSDAYS WITH Ron- CRITICAL REASONING SERIES Critical [#permalink]
17 Oct 2012, 17:53
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THURSDAYS WITH Ron- CRITICAL REASONING SERIES
Critical Reasoning: Assumption Critical Reasoning: Boldface Questions CR: Explain the Situation problems Critical Reasoning: A certain type of critical reasoning with blanks in the prompt Weakening cause-and-effect arguments Critical Reasoning: More Problems with Blanks in the Prompt Critical Reasoning: Draw the conclusion / Most strongly supported Critical Reasoning Problems: Numbers and Statistics (the Overlap between verbal and quantitative reasoning) Critical Reasoning: Problems with Numbers and Statistics (part 2) CR: More Strengthen/Weaken Problems CR: More Strengthen/Weaken Problems Continued CR: Explain the Situation Problems Critical Reasoning: More Assumption Problems Critical Reasoning: More Assumption Problems _________________
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