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# Help on Critical Reasoning

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05 Oct 2007, 13:55
The most difficult part for me is the Critical Reasoning, since English is not my native language. Could you guys please suggest what I should do to improve my CR and Analysis of Argument?
Most of the time I don't understand what exactly the questions are asking and what are the differences in the CR answer choices...

I think there is some similarity in CR and AWA- Argument...

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08 Oct 2007, 00:00
From my brief involvement with the GMAT so far, I can say that I have the same problem. CR is by far the toughest part for me of the GMAT exam. I would suggest to buy the Powerscore CR bible. I have not, but I have read many people here to give excellent comments for this book. At the moment, I read the powerscore LSAT bible and I can tell you that it is a very helpful book. To my opinion, if I nail the CR part, I will have a decent opportunity for a good score. Otherwise, I'm dead meat.

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08 Oct 2007, 07:13
Start with OG. Learn from their Official Explanations and try to get the WAY they reason. Practice, practice and practice. You'll get it.

I first had the same feeling when I started GMAT. Now I am feeling a lot more comfortable to do the CR, with increasing hit rates when I try CR1000.

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