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GMAT Study Topic: GMAT Critical Reasoning

Posted on Sun Jan 03 23:04:14 EST 2016  /  
GMAT Flash Card: What is a characteristic of a fact set?
GMAT Flash Card: Define premise
GMAT Flash Card: Give examples of premise indicator keywords
GMAT Flash Card: Define conclusion
GMAT Flash Card: Give examples of conclusion indicator keywords
GMAT Flash Card: What is one confusing form of premise/conclusion indicators?
GMAT Flash Card: Give examples of additional–premise indicators keywords.
GMAT Flash Card: Give examples of counter–premise indicator keywords. How does the author typically use counter–premise indicators?
GMAT Flash Card: What do you need to identify if the stimulus contains an argument?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the conclusion identification method? When do you use it? And how do you use it?
GMAT Flash Card: What is a complex argument vs. a simple argument?
GMAT Flash Card: Can a statement be both a conclusion and a premise?
GMAT Flash Card: What are 3 commonly used complex argument forms that tricks most test takers? also give some common phrases that identifies one of the forms.
GMAT Flash Card: Give some keywords that indicate quantity
GMAT Flash Card: Give some keywords that indicate probability of something happening/not happening.
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 10 critical reasoning question types?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 4 families of question types?
GMAT Flash Card: Which question types does each family contain?
GMAT Flash Card: For each of the family types, define what is suspect and what needs to be taken for its word? Also draw a diagram showing it
GMAT Flash Card: What do you do if all 5 answers appear to be losers?
GMAT Flash Card: What is a big characteristic of inferences and assumptions?
GMAT Flash Card: Which question types usually don’t contain conclusions?
GMAT Flash Card: Differences/similarities between weaken and strengthen questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Differences/similarities between method of reasoning and flaw in the reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Parallel reasoning questions are an extension of which question type?
GMAT Flash Card: Which question types appear the least frequently?
GMAT Flash Card: When you see “most” in the question type, what still holds to be true regarding the answers?
GMAT Flash Card: When you see “except” and “least”, what do you need to do and what holds true regarding the answers?
GMAT Flash Card: What do you need to do once you finish a problem?
GMAT Flash Card: For must be true questions, what are the two correct answer types?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 6 incorrect answer types for Must be True questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Where is the correct answer proven for Must be true questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the FACT TEST for must be true questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 2 things that you can you use to eliminate one or more of the questions.
GMAT Flash Card: In must be true questions, what can you do to eliminate answers when the stimulus contains only the opinions of others?
GMAT Flash Card: What question type is a sub category of Must be true questions?
GMAT Flash Card: How can you find the main point of the stimulus (argument)?
GMAT Flash Card: What are two characteristics of the correct answer in Main Point questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the two incorrect answer types that you need to look out for when doing Main Point questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Where is the conclusion usually placed in Main Point questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Weaken questions will always contain what?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you focus on when doing weaken questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is suspect in weaken questions?
GMAT Flash Card: When making pre–phrases in weaken questions, what should you consider before you proceed to the questions?
GMAT Flash Card: In weaken questions, what is true about the answer choices and what can they bring in?
GMAT Flash Card: What will most likely be attacked in weaken questions?
GMAT Flash Card: In weaken questions, what will the correct answer most likely do with regards to the conclusion? And what will it often show?
GMAT Flash Card: In weaken questions, what are 3 scenarios that can occur in the stimuli that you can use to exploit the arguments weakness?
GMAT Flash Card: What are 3 characteristics of incorrect answers in weaken questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is a general thing you can you do to identify a flaw in the argument?
GMAT Flash Card: What are 6 most likely reasons for a causal conclusion to be flawed? (in order of greatest probability)
GMAT Flash Card: What is true if the causal statement is in the conclusion and what is true if the statement is in the premise? Give an example.
GMAT Flash Card: What are two scenarios or traps that lead to false causal conclusions?
GMAT Flash Card: When the author concludes that one occurrence caused another, what does he also assume?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the five methods of attacking a cause and effect relationship?
GMAT Flash Card: What are some terms that often introduce a cause and effect relationship ?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true for strengthen and assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you focus on in strengthen and assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is suspect in strengthen and assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Strengthen and assumption questions often yield what?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true of the answer choices for strengthen and assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the difference between strengthen and assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 5 general things you can do to help to strengthen any argument.
GMAT Flash Card: What are 3 characteristics of incorrect answers for strengthen questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 4 ways you can strengthen a causal conclusion.
GMAT Flash Card: Define assumption
GMAT Flash Card: What is the difference between must–be–true and assumption answers?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the two roles that assumptions can play? Define them
GMAT Flash Card: What is the ASSUMPTION NEGATION TECHNIQUE? aka DENIAL TEST
GMAT Flash Card: Define logical opposite.
GMAT Flash Card: What are five categories of correct answers in assumption questions that have arguments with causal reasoning?
GMAT Flash Card: What can be said about fill in the blank questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What can be said about the stimulus in resolve–the–paradox questions?
GMAT Flash Card: If you read a fact set that does not contain a paradox, then what type of question will it most likely be?
GMAT Flash Card: What are some key words in paradox questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are some key features of the question stem in resolve the paradox questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What must the correct answer in resolve the paradox questions do?
GMAT Flash Card: What are you NOT seeking to do in the correct answer in resolve the paradox questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are two characteristics of incorrect answers in resolve–the–paradox questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What must the correct answer address in resolve the paradox questions? and what will the wrong answer lure you toward?
GMAT Flash Card: What will be a big feature of the correct answer for ResolveX type questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What must you find in the Method of reasoning or flaw in reasoning questions? What other type of question does this stem from and how can you use what you know from that other type of question?
GMAT Flash Card: What will the stimulus contain in Method of reasoning or flaw in reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Difference between method of reasoning and flaw in reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: In which family of questions do Method of reasoning questions belong? Diagram the structure for that family.
GMAT Flash Card: Give two characteristics for method of reasoning/ flaw of reasoning questions
GMAT Flash Card: What should you focus on when pre–phrasing method of reasoning and flaw in reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you be looking out for in the stimulus for Method/Flaw of reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the FACT TEST and how do you use it?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 5 characteristics of incorrect answers in method/flaw of reasoning questions.
GMAT Flash Card: Argument–part questions are subsets of what?
GMAT Flash Card: What is one trick that test makers use that is characteristic of incorrect answers in Argument–part questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What do you need to find in parallel reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What should you focus on in the argument for Parallel Reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the difference between parallel flaw and parallel reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What 2 items do you NOT need to parallel?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 3 elements that you must parallel?
GMAT Flash Card: In parallel reasoning questions, What must you look out for when comparing the wordings of the conclusions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is a rule of thumb when looking at the premises vs. the argument in parallel reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 4 tests that you can use to analyze, attack and eliminate answers in parallel reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What can you do if all else fails in parallel reasoning questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are 6 misconceptions in Number and percentage questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What are the 3 elements used to figure out numerical situations in CR questions? How many of these elements are needed to make a judgment about the remaining element(s)?
GMAT Flash Card: Give some numerical terms
GMAT Flash Card: Give some percentage terms or terms of probability that could lead to percentages
GMAT Flash Card: What 3 rules are for Must be true questions involving numbers and/or percentages?
GMAT Flash Card: What rules are for Strengthen and weaken questions involving numbers and/or percentages?
GMAT Flash Card: Define market share
GMAT Flash Card: What must be true for the total market share?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true of all averages?
GMAT Flash Card: What must you find in Evaluate the argument questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What family of questions are Evaluate the argument questions a combination of?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true of the stimulus and what should you search for in evaluate the argument questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is true of the answer choices in evaluate the argument questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Give some terms that are usually in the question stem for evaluate the argument questions
GMAT Flash Card: Define the VARIANCE TEST and how you can apply it to evaluate the argument questions
GMAT Flash Card: When should you not use the VARIANCE TEST in evaluate the argument questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the most important step in doing CR questions?
GMAT Flash Card: Can the conclusion be the first sentence?
GMAT Flash Card: Give some keywords that signal the conclusion
GMAT Flash Card: Give some keywords that signal the premises
GMAT Flash Card: What is another name for the main point of an argument?
GMAT Flash Card: What’s the difference between an implicit vs. an explicit premise?
GMAT Flash Card: How should you handle appeals to authority in CR questions (in surveys and studies)?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 7 common logical fallacies
GMAT Flash Card: What is the DENIAL TEST?
GMAT Flash Card: Define inference
GMAT Flash Card: What is a characteristic of the correct answer in inference questions?
GMAT Flash Card: What 5 things does a good inference do?
GMAT Flash Card: What is a characteristic of the wrong answer in inference questions?
GMAT Flash Card: How can assumptions strengthen an argument?
GMAT Flash Card: What is the best way to solve assumption questions?
GMAT Flash Card: When the passage has a cause–effect argument and asks for an assumption, what should you look for?
GMAT Flash Card: In CR questions that ask you to draw a conclusion (the passage will only be a fact set), what should you do and what should you avoid doing?
GMAT Flash Card: In strengthen and weaken questions, what is a good tool to use to help you pick the right answer?
GMAT Flash Card: A premise that strengthens the conclusion should do either of two things?
GMAT Flash Card: A premise that weakens the conclusion should do either of two things?
GMAT Flash Card: when a question asks for an inference, what should you look for?
GMAT Flash Card: When a question asks you to evaluate the conclusion, what should you consider?
GMAT Flash Card: When a question asks you to resolve a problem, what should you consider?
GMAT Flash Card: when a question asks you to provide an example, what should you consider?
GMAT Flash Card: when a question asks you to mimic the reasoning, what should you consider?
GMAT Flash Card: Give 16 common errors of reasoning. (usually show up in flaws in reasoning questions)
GMAT Flash Card: when you have conditional reasoning in the stimulus and a weaken question, how should you attack the problem?
GMAT Flash Card: how do you write an if–then statement in formal logic?
GMAT Flash Card: how do you write the contrapositive for the following logical statement:
GMAT Flash Card: when the logical indicator is the phrase ONLY IF, what is the rule for logical notation?
GMAT Flash Card: when the logical indicator is the word UNLESS, what is the rule for logical notation?
GMAT Flash Card: Translate the following sentence to logical notation:
GMAT Flash Card: Write the logical notations for the following 1:
GMAT Flash Card: Write the logical notations for the following 2:
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