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Basics of an argument: CAT Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning

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Critical Reasoning questions evaluate a test taker’s ability to understand, analyze, criticize, and complete arguments. The arguments are contained in short passages taken from a variety of sources, including letters to the editor, speeches, advertisements, newspaper articles and editorials, informal discussions and conversations, as well as articles in the humanities, the social sciences, and the […]

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How to solve assumption based CAT RC and CR Questions

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Assumptions: The Critical Reasoning section typically includes several questions that test your ability to identify assumptions of arguments. An assumption of an argument plays a role in establishing the conclusion. However, unlike a premise, an assumption is not something that the arguer explicitly asserts to be true; an assumption is instead just treated as true […]

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CAT Mock Strategy: Common mistakes made by students in VARC section

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Key highlights: if you have not been writing mocks and sectional tests, then you should start writing one immediately What separates a 90 percentiler from a 50 percentiler is just 8 questions; numerically the gap might be colossal, practically it is not. Extreme caution is just as dangerous as extreme recklessness; students who are too […]

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