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Is there a methodology by which to approach CR? I mean for SC you can look for tenses, parallelism, idioms, etc....RC you can get the info pretty much from the passage, but what about CR? Is there a quick way to break down a CR into elements and then asnwer the question at hand? Reason being that I am, for some reason extemely inconsistent with CR and I want to get a methodology down...Any helpful hints will be appreciated! :-D
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