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Critical Reasoning GMAT Strategy Guide (Manhattan GMAT Preparation Guide: Critical Reasoning) Paperback – October, 2008
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About the ManhattanGMAT Strategy Guides
The ManhattanGMAT Strategy Guides offer students a unique balance between two competing emphases: test-taking strategies and in-depth content understanding. Most prep courses focus on the strategic portion of the GMAT - timing, shortcuts, etc. However, we believe that unless a student has a solid understanding of the content, the tricks won't be of any use. Therefore, we include practice problem sets that build specific foundational skills in each topic as well as advanced content that many other prep books ignore.
From the Author
Chapter by Chapter
1. Argument Structure
3. Structure-Based Family
5. Strengthen and Weaken
6. Evidence Family
7. Complete the Argument
8. Wrong Answer Analysis
Appendix A: Official Guide Problem Set --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
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