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# Critical Reasoning

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Status: SC SC SC SC SC.... Concentrating on SC alone.
Joined: 20 Dec 2010
Posts: 234

Kudos [?]: 63 [0], given: 47

Location: India
Concentration: General Management
GMAT Date: 12-30-2011

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08 Sep 2011, 09:45
Hi all,

At last started in getting a good accuracy with SC. Then the problem focus is shifting to CR.

My point of view:

I don't think so CR part cannot be improved. It depends on the thought process in which we have been put through from birth. I do make mistakes but i don't think so i can improve them. Or may be i don't know how to. Through some light in this regard.
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09 Sep 2011, 03:27
While some people are naturally strong in CR, one can certainly improve in that area with a solid guidebook and proper question practice. The Powerscore CR Bible, for instance, is a good option.

The main danger that I sense in your approach to CR is that it opens the door for you to adopt a passive attitude toward that section. Not only can that prevent one from improving, but this outlook can spread to other areas of the test. In other words, being passive is hard to contain to just one topic; it's infectious. Always assume that you can do better on every part of the GMAT. Otherwise, you might be sacrificing points.
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