Critical Reasoning – Set II

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Critical Reasoning - Set II

Critical Reasoning questions are designed to provide one measure of your ability to reason effectively in the following areas:- 1. Argument Construction -- Questions in this category may ask you to recognize such things as the basic structure of an argument, properly drawn conclusions, underlying assumptions, well supported explanatory hypotheses, and parallels between structurally similar arguments. 2. Argument Evaluation -- These questions may ask you to analyze a given argument and to recognize such things as factors that would strengthen or weaken the given argument; reasoning errors committed in making that argument; and aspects of the method by which the argument proceeds. 3. Formulating and Evaluating a plan of action -- These type of questions may ask you to recognize such things as the relative appropriateness, effectiveness or efficiency of different plans of action; factors that would strengthen or weaken the prospects of success of a proposed plan of action; and assumptions underlying a proposed plan of action.
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