Critical Reasoning Questions and Answers

These questions are designed to test your ability to take a series of facts expressed in words and to understand and manipulate the information to solve a specific problem. They are not so much concerned with measuring your facility with English.

How to approach critical reasoning questions

  1. Read the argument carefully. Wherever possible, identify premises, assumptions and conclusion. (Take approx. 30 seconds to understand.)
  2. Take a few extra seconds to make sure you understand the conclusion of the argument.
  3. Read the question prompt to find what you are asked to do (strengthen / weaken / find assumption etc.) and then think what a correct answer might involve. (Take approx. 30 seconds to think.)
  4. Now read the answer choices. Select the best answer - this should be easy if you have not rushed the previous steps. (Take approx. 30 seconds to read and select.)

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