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# GMATCLUB VERBAL ATTACK

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15 Nov 2013, 05:47
souvik101990 wrote:
Thanks for the bump!
Happy to rejuvenate the project if people are interested

Indeed It deserves rejuvenation and review keeping in view the value of content. It was lost somewhere and I accidentally found it.

I would even appeal to make it Sticky again atleast till this project is going on.
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17 Dec 2014, 11:14
I think question 2 is not strengthen type question!

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12 Oct 2015, 04:18
carcass wrote:
ya me too. I see the same thing and untill yesterday was up

This is anothewr good source, if someone wants to see here it is

http://www.gmatclubindia.com/index.php?board=5.0

Hi Carcass/Souvik,

Why is D wrong in the Q10. I am not able to convince myself why C is the right answer. Nowhere in the argument it is mentioned about the legislation.
Thanks!

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12 Oct 2015, 05:08
Gmatclubindia is no longer up since several time
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28 Oct 2015, 11:11
Thank you for this thread souvik. These are some really tricky questions.
The SC modifier question set helped to clear concepts

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28 Oct 2015, 11:17

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02 Jul 2017, 11:11
[quote="souvik101990"]

"Assumption" Strategies

• Focus on conclusion
• Information in stimulus is suspect. Reasoning errors are present which can be corrected by answer choice.
• Strong prephrases possible
• Answer choices can bring new information which is not present in stimulus.
Assumptions are NECESSARYfor the argument – author relies upon it, and is fully committed to it.
Assumptions are NEVERstated in the argument – if it is directly mentioned, it is not an assumption.
Assumption is a minimalist answer- if it has any information author is not committed to or sure of it will not be correct.
How Assumption Questions are different from Must be true questions? – Assumption is something that must be true BEFORE
the argument.[/textarea]

Hi,

I believe these notes have been made from Powerscore CR bible as I have recently been through the assumption chapter of the book.

I'd like to suggest here that regarding the question on how Assumptions questions are different from Must be true questions, it is mentioned here that assumption is something that must be true before the argument. i'd like to add that that's not entirely precise.

Assumption is something that is true before the conclusion. Must be true statement is something which follows as a conclusion or another conclusion after the arguments have been made. This is my understanding. correct me if I am wrong here.
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