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June 2007, Logical Reasoning 2, Question 16

The content provides a detailed strategy for tackling fill-in-the-blank questions on the GRE, specifically those that require identifying a logical conclusion based on the information provided.
  • Identify the type of question by looking for key words indicating if you're being asked to fill in a conclusion.
  • Inference questions demand finding an answer choice that can be directly supported by the given stimulus.
  • Break down the stimulus into digestible chunks to understand the argument's structure and requirements.
  • Eliminate answer choices that cannot be supported by the information in the stimulus.
  • The correct answer often involves recognizing implicit assumptions or beliefs required for the argument's conclusion.
Understanding Question Types
Analyzing the Stimulus
Evaluating Answer Choices