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# Today I learned that there is a new type of GMAT CR

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Today I learned that there is a new type of GMAT CR [#permalink]

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11 Feb 2007, 23:26
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Today I learned that there is a new type of GMAT CR question.
For these questions, two sentences in the argument were highlighted and the test taker is asked to identify the roles of both sentences.

One of the sentence is always the premise, and the other is the conclusion. What are the strategies or tips for these questions?

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11 Feb 2007, 23:40
I think you are referring to bold-faced question types. However, I personally do not know if there is a specific strategy for tackling these type of questions.

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