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Critical Reasoning: Work Order

In Critical Reasoning questions, why do we begin with reading the question stem and not the argument?

Correct!

If we start by reading the argument, most chances are that after reading the question stem we'll go back to the argument and read it again, thus wasting precious time.

Incorrect.

The correct answer is to save time. If we start by reading the argument, most chances are that after reading the question stem we'll go back to the argument and read it again, thus wasting precious time.

Incorrect.

The correct answer is to save time. If we start by reading the argument, most chances are that after reading the question stem we'll go back to the argument and read it again, thus wasting precious time.

The correct answer is to save time.

If we start by reading the argument, most chances are that after reading the question stem we'll go back to the argument and read it again, thus wasting precious time.

To save time
To increase chances of answering the question correctly
Both to save time and increase chances of answering the question correctly

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