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PrepTest 73, Logical Reasoning 1, Question 11

The essence of tackling conclusion questions on the GRE involves identifying the main conclusion of an argument, distinguishing it from supporting evidence and counterarguments.
  • Conclusion questions require pinpointing the argument's main conclusion, which in this case is the appropriateness of accepting a company's gift of high-tech streetlights.
  • The conclusion is supported by evidence and also faces counterarguments, which are addressed by additional supporting evidence.
  • Identifying the conclusion involves understanding the structure of the argument and the role of each piece of evidence.
  • The correct answer choice directly states the identified conclusion, distinguishing it from other pieces of evidence and counterarguments presented.
Understanding Conclusion Questions
Identifying the Conclusion
Evaluating Evidence and Counterarguments
Selecting the Correct Answer