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# Critical Reasoning: Work Order

In Critical Reasoning questions, why do we need to map the argument to its components (i.e., premises, conclusion)?

Incorrect.

Mapping the argument does not save time but rather takes time. However, mapping the argument to its components is essential for answering Critical Reasoning questions correctly. Therefore, the correct answer is in order to increase chances of answering the question correctly.

Very good!

Even though mapping the argument takes time, it's worth it. First of all, it doesn't take more than a few seconds. Secondly, it deepens our understanding of the argument, thus increasing chances of answering the question correctly.

Incorrect.

While mapping the argument indeed increases your chances of answering the question correctly, it does not save time but rather takes time.

The correct answer is in order to increase chances of answering the question correctly.

Mapping the argument takes us precious time, but it's worth it because it is essential for answering Critical Reasoning questions correctly. Therefore, the correct answer is in order to increase chances of answering the question correctly.

In order to save time
In order to increase chances of answering the question correctly
In order to both save time and increase chances of answering the question correctly

I don't know