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Quick question regarding LR. The questions I tend to get wrong come down to 2 maybe 3 contenders and when put in a situation like that im having a hard time deciding the correct choice. Is their any advice anyone can give me on how to approach the answers when only a couple remain? Ive tried re-reading the stimulus or prephrasing again but it still doesnt help me for some reason. Any advice is MUCH appreciated. Thanks alot.
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Hard to tell without specific examples. On certain question types, you can look for overly strong language or extraneous information that makes an answer incorrect. The difference between TCR and a wrong answer can be subtle, but there is always one right answer and four wrong answers.
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I agree with the above posters. When down to 2 or 3, stop looking for reasons why one is more right. Instead, focusing on eliminating the ones that are more wrong. Those quantity words (all, most, some, etc...) are often the culprit - the reason why that particular answer choice is wrong.
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