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# Which one parallels the previous example, or which example

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Hello everyone, I'm Dustin and new to the club. I have one quick question about the CR questions. Did anyone notice if the GMAT asked this type of question: Which one parallels the previous example, or which example closely replicates the above example. They are called parallel questions in the LSAT book. I hope they are not on there because they are tough.

This was in the LSAT official guide and I know that these questions are similar to the GMAT.

I just began studying the the GMAT today and I will take it either in late August or mid september.

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05 Jul 2004, 10:58
I'm not sure parallel reasoning questions are part of GMAT CR but they do help you in the analytical thinking process
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05 Jul 2004, 11:10
Even I am not sure, but these kind of questions will definitely help you in attempting questions in a few GMAT practice tests (don't remember in which of the tests I had seen such questions though!)
05 Jul 2004, 11:10
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