### Description

The Critical Reasoning Guide demystifies critical reasoning by teaching a clear, consistent, and effective approach to understanding an argument?s logic and choosing the best answer to the given question.

ISBN: 978-1-935707-61-5

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### Online Resources

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• ##### 6 Computer Adaptive Practice Exams

Manhattan GMAT’s Computer Adaptive Exams adapt to your ability level and draw from a bank of more than 1200 unique questions of varying difficulty written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. Questions reflect the most up-to-date GMAT content, including the new Integrated Reasoning section.

• ##### Critical Reasoning Online Question Bank

All questions included in this bank (25 total) draw from the subject of Critical Reasoning and are written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. All Manhattan GMAT question banks include questions of varying difficulty levels.

### Chapter by Chapter

1. ##### Argument Structure

The Core; Building Blocks of an Argument; Argument Structure; Intermediate Conclusions and Therefore Test

2. ##### Methodology

Step 1: Identify the Question; Step 2: Deconstruct the Argument; Step 3: State the Goal; Step 4: Work from Wrong to Right; How to Abbreviate

3. ##### Structure-Based Family

Describe the Role; Describe the Argument

4. ##### Assumptions

Assumption Family Questions; Find the Assumption (FA) Questions; Evaluate the Argument Questions; Flaw Questions

5. ##### Strengthen and Weaken

Strengthen and Weaken: The Basics; Strengthen the Conclusion Questions; Weaken the Conclusion Questions; EXCEPT Questions

6. ##### Evidence Family

What are Inferences?; Percentages vs. Real Numbers; Inference Questions; Explain a Discrepancy; EXCEPT Questions

7. ##### Complete the Argument

Negatively-Worded Claims; Alternate Wording