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Find the conclusion. Figure out why the conclusion doesn't make sense; there's always some gap between the premises and the conclusion. For a very large percentage of these questions, there is a "new" or "rogue" element in the conclusion, where there argument's conclusion is partially about something that hasn't been mentioned at all. The correct answer on these pretty much has to connect the rogue element with one of the premises.
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I voted hate, because there were too many times in which I confused "strengthen" and "justify" that I would end up staring at the answer choice thinking WTF am I doing. They made me want to hate everything. Also, LMAO at the poll. I really needed the laugh today.
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