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June 2007, Logical Reasoning 1, Question 1

The essence of tackling main point questions on the GRE involves identifying the argument's conclusion, which is either directly stated or paraphrased in the correct answer choice.
  • Main point questions require breaking down the argument to find its conclusion.
  • The conclusion in an argument is supported by the rest of the argument and is crucial for selecting the correct answer.
  • The correct answer choice is a restatement or direct quote of the argument's conclusion.
  • Identifying incorrect answer choices involves recognizing statements not directly supported or stated by the argument.
Understanding Main Point Questions
Evaluating Answer Choices