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# How do I Attack Critical Reasoning?

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How do I Attack Critical Reasoning? [#permalink]

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31 Jul 2006, 13:32
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Hello all:

I am practicing rigorously to crack the verbal section. Especially, the Critical Reasoning seems tough. I am scoring about 60% from the Official guide questions. Can someone suggest me how to crack more number of questions. Can you also suggest some books to tackle tough questions and concepts.

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Chalven.

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31 Jul 2006, 14:20
try to get LSAT CR powerscore bible also soft should be available on the net.......is the best book available in that section of the test
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31 Jul 2006, 14:52
read basics on how to attack CR
know what "out of scope" answer is
hang around the forum

this is my recipe for CR success

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24 Aug 2006, 00:15
It also helps to read the question first, then read the passage, then reread the question for confirmation. I employed this strategy to avoid making careless errors, especially with LEAST, MOST, EXCEPT, NOT... questions.

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24 Aug 2006, 00:15
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