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PrepTest 73, Logical Reasoning 2, Question 11

Understanding and identifying the conclusion in GRE argument questions is crucial for selecting the correct answer.
  • Conclusion questions require locating the argument's conclusion, which may be a direct quote or a plausible rephrasing.
  • Breaking the argument into its component parts is essential to identify the conclusion.
  • The conclusion often begins in the middle of the argument, necessitating analysis of preceding statements to understand its context.
  • Evidence supporting the conclusion may include analogies or examples that parallel the argument's logic.
  • The correct answer choice will comprehensively represent all parts of the original conclusion.
Identifying Conclusion Questions
Analyzing the Argument Structure
Evaluating Answer Choices