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NigeranOU wrote:what are the rarest question types within logical reasoning? please list by type! thank you
Crux questions are pretty rare. Those are the ones that ask you to identify a crucial piece of information that will help determine the validity of the argument.
Describe/Method of Argument questions aren't very common - you'll definitely see at least one or two per test, but probably not more than that. Those are the ones that ask you to describe the reasoning used to arrive at the conclusion.
Disagree questions, and especially their counterparts - Agree questions, are also uncommon, though you're certain to see at least a couple of them per test. They present two speakers and ask you to identify a specific point that they disagree or agree on.
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