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Hi,

I am very weak in CR - weaken/strengthen the argument , weaken/strengthen the conclusion questions. I can not get these questions right for the life in me.

Can anyone out there relate???

How do I improve??

Thanks

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01 Apr 2006, 04:57
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02 Apr 2006, 10:46
Riuscita wrote:
Hi,

I am very weak in CR - weaken/strengthen the argument , weaken/strengthen the conclusion questions. I can not get these questions right for the life in me.

Can anyone out there relate???

How do I improve??

Thanks

find the "assumption" for the argument. the right answer would be the one that "weakens/strengthens" the assumption.

i used to have major issues with CR. I was mostly answering by hunch or intuition. it didn't take me too far.
how i changed that was by breaking the argument to its parts such as premise, conclusion, fact..etc and finding the assumption. and now my hit rate is close to 90%
If you are already breaking arguments then practicising LSAT CR would definitely help.

Hope this helps. PM me if you need further info. i have a few docs and notes on strategy.

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