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Approach for CR boldface questions:

Step 1: Identify the conclusion.
Step 2: Link the bold part(s) with the conclusion.
Step 3: Know what to expect from the correct answer choice.
Step 4: Eliminate four choices.

"Circular Reasoning"
- The fallacy of assuming a conclusion to be true, in reaching the conclusion.

A favorite GMAT CR fallacy.

Example: Jack cannot lie because Jack always tells the truth.
Example: A is true because B is true; B is true because A is true.

In DS, when you are able to solve "too easily", you are probably missing a trap.

Q. Which integer is the highest common factor of four positive integers A, B, C, and D?
(1) A= 27, B=49.

Unlike what many students will think, this statement is "Sufficient". Because no matter what "C" and "D" are, if HCF of "A" and "B" is 1, the answer is going to be "1".

In DS, "combine" the two statements only when each statement fails alone.

Q. If X is an integer, is X a multiple of 12?
(1) Two of the factors of X are 5 and 7.
(2) X is a product of two odd integers.

The answer is not C.
The answer is B.

"Confusing-cause-with-effect"

A favorite GMAT CR fallacy.

Example: Every time I dream, I sleep.

The error of comma splice occurs when two independent clauses are joined using a comma.Example: Amy sings, she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings; she enjoys it.

Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.

Scientists postulate that the magic particle __exists__. : IncorrectScientists postulate that the magic particle __exist__. : Correct

A subjunctive mood construction - (subject + bossy verb + that + base form of verb)

Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.

Practice RCs, everyday!The skill will help you in all sections and question types!!

Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.

30-60-90
Sides in ratio 1 : √3 : 2

45-45-90
Sides in ratio 1 : 1 : √2

120

Understanding the "intended meaning" is the key to solving SC questions.

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