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# CRITICAL REASONING strategy

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Joined: 12 Apr 2004
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10 Jun 2004, 18:39
I am now studying the Kaplan Verbal workout book and just finished the CR section. I did poorly on my practice test. I only answered 1/3 of the questions right. I studied the strategies that are in the book. Does anyone have any recommendations as to which book I should focus on so that I could increase my score for CR?
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10 Jun 2004, 18:47
Try PR. As you get better, you should be ready to hit the LSAT material. Otherwise, participating CR in the verbal forum is always good practise. I don't see you there often. Join up mate!
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13 Jun 2004, 15:54
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kath wrote:
I am now studying the Kaplan Verbal workout book and just finished the CR section. I did poorly on my practice test. I only answered 1/3 of the questions right. I studied the strategies that are in the book. Does anyone have any recommendations as to which book I should focus on so that I could increase my score for CR?

I used the verbal workbook by Kaplan and it worked very well with me, almost miracles. I followed the strategies very closely, however. I would not read the answer choices before answering the quesiton and would always summarize the passage.
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Re: CRITICAL REASONING strategy   [#permalink] 13 Jun 2004, 15:54

# CRITICAL REASONING strategy

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