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Looking for a CR strategies for the GMAT

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New post 31 Aug 2004, 10:27
Hi,

Few days before, I saw a document somewhere on this web site concerning CR arguments. how to attack them ? What to avoid ? And I found it very interesting. I am not able to find again,

Not sure of somebody can guide me ?

Thanks,

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New post 31 Aug 2004, 12:57
I haven't seen this document you're referring to...I used PR's strategies for CR and thought they were very good. Do you have their book?

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New post 01 Sep 2004, 10:54
Yes, I do

What I am looking for is a crash course in Arguments.

CR for me are 50% chances.

I usually succeed to eliminate three answers and a lot of times I am stock with two and finish by choosing the wrong one,

Also, I found myself that I take long time to read the arguments and to understand them. Is it practicing the solution.

I score fine on the easy questions.

When it comes to the hard one, my difficulties are to understand the questions more than reasoning itself.

I am practicing a lot now, but still see very slow improvement and I am getting frustrated sometimes.

This is one of my weakness in the GMAT,

I just need a straight forward strategies ?

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