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Hi,

I have been studying GMAT for about 6 months and as a non-native student, CR is my most strength part in verbal. I did all OG13 and official verbal 2nd edition questions and my accuracy of answering those questions was above 70%. Additionally, this rate is the same in Manhattan CATs and other CATs which I have taken so far.So in order to increase my accuracy from 70% to 90% I registered for e-gmat CR course.

I started learning e-gmat CR course by taking initial assessment quiz first and surprisingly I got only 33% as my score. Then I studied all slides step by step before taking level 1 qualifying quiz (I`m in level 1 right now). Unfortunately, I have to say e-gmat questions in both concept files and application files are really odd to me in a way that I can`t answer them correctly. For example, I was able to get a low score 20% after taking questions of strengthen concept file,nevertheless, I have been able to answer such type questions with accuracy above 90% in all my previous exams.

Oftentimes, when I encounter one of e-gmat CR questions in concept files asking to mark more than 1 correct answer, I have for example 1 mistake and I don`t know whether it is common among other e-gmat students or not.

I never faced such problem in e-gmat SC course and to be honest e-gmat SC course seems to be more beneficial to me as I could see my progress after passing just one level.

In fact,my scores in e-gmat CR quizzes are my worst scores ever in my GMAT studying period.

Please help and guide me.

Thank you in advance

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Perhaps you may have a case of analysis paralysis?

Critical reasoning can potentially get quite complex - sometimes focusing only on the important elements can simplify the question.

Take a look at these CR questions and see if your performance is any different: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... -questions

Try approaching questions in various ways -- using your original style as well as your altered style and see how your results compare.

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