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June 2007, Logical Reasoning 1, Question 10

The essence of tackling Main Point questions in the GRE involves identifying the argument's conclusion, which is foundational in understanding and responding to argument-based questions.
  • Main Point questions require you to pinpoint the argument's conclusion.
  • The conclusion is the statement that all evidence within the argument aims to support.
  • Identifying the conclusion often involves discerning the statement that the rest of the argument seeks to justify.
  • Answer choices for Main Point questions may rephrase the conclusion rather than quoting it directly.
  • Incorrect answers may include evidence, implied statements, or misinterpretations of the conclusion.
Understanding Main Point Questions
Identifying the Conclusion
Navigating Answer Choices