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Wat r the type of questions that usually come for CR.

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The type of questions that usually come for CR. ? Does Parallel reasoning, Number and percentage come alot?
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Why have you posted this in the Problem Solving section though? Please follow the rules of posting.

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New post 03 Aug 2017, 13:39
Can you clarify your question (maybe with examples)? The most common CR problems fall under the 'assumption family', which includes find the assumption, strengthen the argument, weaken the argument, and evaluate the argument. They're related because they all require you to identify the conclusion, premises, and potential errors in the argument, and together, they'll make up most of your CR problems.
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