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BOLD FACED Question Strategies for accuracy and timings

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New post 27 Dec 2018, 05:15
I am facing difficulties in solving boldfaces questions with accuracy under timings, while I've heard these are one of most easy categories of CR.
So in order to do a bold face question, we must quickly find out the conclusions, fact/evidence/finding, and opinions(which can be premise and conclusion). Find connection or differences among these and choose the correct options.

so mostly, Fact vs Opinion is confusing I know we can tackle that by asking three questions

Fact Opinion

1)proved?
yes no
2) measurable
yes no
3)happened in the past?
yes no


And also the words like finding, phenomenon, observation, studies or reason are associated with facts
while judgments, predictions, explanations, reasons for opinion

So basically, to approach a boldfaced question, I read the argument completely revisit the boldfaced sentences and write if they are premises or conclusion. if they are conclusion find what supports it, if it is premise see what is it supporting, then move on to answers and eliminate on basis of this.
Any tips?
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New post 27 Dec 2018, 05:17
Correct way to approach a CR- Bold Face Question
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