GMAT: What to Expect on Critical Analysis Questions
The critical reasoning questions on the GMAT are designed to test your ability to analyze a situation and make carefully reasoned judgments about it. Each question consists of a situation, an argument, a dialogue, or an incomplete statement, followed by one or two questions. Each question is self-contained; you don't need to have any particular knowledge in order to answer correctly. You do need to be able to consider and evaluate the merits and weaknesses of a conclusion or an argument.
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