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The GMAT Critical Reasoning is the only book that you need to ace the GMAT Critical Reasoning. Features: ·In depth coverage of all critical reasoning Question Types tested on the GMAT · Dedicated chapter on 'Provide a Logical Conclusion' Questions- a new question type increasingly being tested on the GMAT · Brand new 100 question practice set for Intensive practice · Jargon fre The GMAT Critical Reasoning is the only book that you need to ace the GMAT Critical Reasoning. Features: ·In depth coverage of all critical reasoning Question Types tested on the GMAT · Dedicated chapter on 'Provide a Logical Conclusion' Questions- a new question type increasingly being tested on the GMAT · Brand new 100 question practice set for Intensive practice · Jargon free and diagram free language with focus on understanding the meaning of arguments · Quick Recall chapter at the end that provides a quick revision of all CR concepts discussed in the book How is this book superior than the other critical reasoning books ? 1)Most Up-to-date Content Most of the content and all the practice questions in the CR Grail have been created after the launch of the Official Guide 13th edition. In fact, our team used the OG13 as a reference point when deciding which aspects of CR to focus on in the book. For example, other GMAT critical reasoning books cover pages discussing Main point questions but these rarely appear on the GMAT now. In fact the OG 13th ed does not contain any such questions. Similarly question types such as Logically complete the passage, which are increasingly being tested on the GMAT, find no mention in other critical reasoning books, whereas in the CR Grail we have dedicated an entire chapter to discussing this question type. So the CR Grail is the closest representation you can get of the kind of questions and topics tested on GMAT CR at the moment. 2) Meaning oriented approach A major grouse that students have against most of the Critical Reasoning books is that these books use complicated diagrams/symbols/jargon to explain CR arguments. In one such book, an entire chapter has been devoted to just explaining what these symbols stand for. While it is true that most CR arguments follow a basic structure, the stress always has to be on grasping the meaning of the argument. If you look at arguments very mechanically you will never be able to understand the hidden nuances that are present in difficult arguments. So you will not find any complicated figures or symbols in the CR Grail. Rather, the CR Grail will teach you how to grasp the meaning of the argument as a whole. This approach will also work wonders for your comprehension skills, the result of which you will see when you attempt Reading Comprehension questions.


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The GMAT Critical Reasoning is the only book that you need to ace the GMAT Critical Reasoning. Features: ·In depth coverage of all critical reasoning Question Types tested on the GMAT · Dedicated chapter on 'Provide a Logical Conclusion' Questions- a new question type increasingly being tested on the GMAT · Brand new 100 question practice set for Intensive practice · Jargon fre The GMAT Critical Reasoning is the only book that you need to ace the GMAT Critical Reasoning. Features: ·In depth coverage of all critical reasoning Question Types tested on the GMAT · Dedicated chapter on 'Provide a Logical Conclusion' Questions- a new question type increasingly being tested on the GMAT · Brand new 100 question practice set for Intensive practice · Jargon free and diagram free language with focus on understanding the meaning of arguments · Quick Recall chapter at the end that provides a quick revision of all CR concepts discussed in the book How is this book superior than the other critical reasoning books ? 1)Most Up-to-date Content Most of the content and all the practice questions in the CR Grail have been created after the launch of the Official Guide 13th edition. In fact, our team used the OG13 as a reference point when deciding which aspects of CR to focus on in the book. For example, other GMAT critical reasoning books cover pages discussing Main point questions but these rarely appear on the GMAT now. In fact the OG 13th ed does not contain any such questions. Similarly question types such as Logically complete the passage, which are increasingly being tested on the GMAT, find no mention in other critical reasoning books, whereas in the CR Grail we have dedicated an entire chapter to discussing this question type. So the CR Grail is the closest representation you can get of the kind of questions and topics tested on GMAT CR at the moment. 2) Meaning oriented approach A major grouse that students have against most of the Critical Reasoning books is that these books use complicated diagrams/symbols/jargon to explain CR arguments. In one such book, an entire chapter has been devoted to just explaining what these symbols stand for. While it is true that most CR arguments follow a basic structure, the stress always has to be on grasping the meaning of the argument. If you look at arguments very mechanically you will never be able to understand the hidden nuances that are present in difficult arguments. So you will not find any complicated figures or symbols in the CR Grail. Rather, the CR Grail will teach you how to grasp the meaning of the argument as a whole. This approach will also work wonders for your comprehension skills, the result of which you will see when you attempt Reading Comprehension questions.

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