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Generally the problems in analysing arguments have one or two arguments with a statement. Out of two arguments, the candidate has to find out which is strong argument and which is weak argument.
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In Statements and Assumptions questions, given a statement took after by two/three assumptions numbered I, II and III. An assumption is something gathered or underestimated. Need to consider the statement and the accompanying presumptions and choose which of the assumptions is understood in the statement.
Courses of Action
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A course of action is a step or administrative decision to be taken for improvement, follow-up or further action with regard to the problem, policy etc. on the basis of the information given in the statement.
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In this section, a statement will be given followed by a set of conclusions. You need to choose the conclusion that logically follows the statement the most. Sometimes the conclusions can be directly understood by reading the statement and sometimes the reader needs to analyse it to get the indirect conclusion.
Deriving Conclusions from passages
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In this, the questions comprises of a brief description/passage trailed by specific derivations in light of it.
The candidate is required to break down the content of the section or handle the attractive truths from it. At that point, applicant needs to consider each of the given impacts with regards to the given entry, decide on its level of truth or falsity and after that pick the best option.
Cause and Effect Reasoning
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In this section, two statements will be present. You will have to figure out which of them is the cause and whether the effect is what is present or not.