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Critical Reasoning Megathread - 2018 Edition!

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New post 03 Jul 2017, 04:38
so, you learn GMAT CR by knowing examples of questions?
well, I learn to detect question types through key words in the question.

I have 1 question.
In logic- responding questions, there will be only one respond about one thing from person B to person A?
for example, person A talks about 3 things: X,Y,Z
person B respond to A about 2 things: Y and Z
the question stem asks about Y only
This will appear in real GMAT?
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New post 03 Jul 2017, 04:41
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carcass wrote:
Finally the HOLY GRAIL for all we need in CR.

Amazing !!

Thanks for the flowchart PDF man!
I will definitely study that!!


so, you learn GMAT CR by knowing examples of questions?
well, I learn to detect question types through key words in the question.

I have 1 question.
In logic- responding questions, there will be only one respond about one thing from person B to person A?
for example, person A talks about 3 things: X,Y,Z
person B respond to A about 2 things: Y and Z
the question stem asks about Y only
This will appear in real GMAT?
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New post 14 May 2018, 19:34
Hi Souvik could you please create same for reading comprehension Megathread 2018 edition
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New post 08 Jan 2019, 13:02
Hi all,

Not sure if there's going to be any readers/responders on this thread given it was started quite some time ago - fingers crossed someone will respond though! I just download the CR quick reference PDF and from reading the document, it seems like it's quite helpful. Unfortunately, there's a number of weird abbreviations that I can't understand. Is anyone able to clarify a few question for me?

Is there any chance that there is an updated version of this PDF or perhaps a thread with clarifications?

Thanks for reading!

CR Quick Reference - An incredible one page PDF that has it all
First Rectangle: Stimulus
- "Stated Premise" > 'Conditional Reasoning' > 3. Multiple Sufficient & Necessary Outcomes
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New post 08 Jan 2019, 19:06
Unfortunately I am unable to download the 1-page CR pdf from the link provided by Souvik.It says you don't have permission to download. Where can I get the pdf?
I am struggling with CR questions.

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