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Children should be discouraged from reading Jones’s books. Reading them is like eating candy, which provides intense, short-term sensory stimulation but leaves one poorly nourished and dulls one’s taste for better fare. In other words, the problem with letting children read Jones’s books is that _______.
Which one of the following most logically completes the argument above?
(A) it will lead them to develop a taste for candy and sweets
(B) too many children may become frustrated by their difficulty and stop reading altogether
(C) their doing so interferes with the development of appreciation for more challenging literature
(D) their message may undermine the positive teaching done by parents
(E) children may become so enthralled with books that they will want to spend all their time reading
Logical Reasoning (LR) questions require you to evaluate the reasons given in a question’s scenario in order to justify the point being made. Your success depends on your ability to do this.
We will teach you how to focus on what to think about rather than just what to think, to focus on the decisions to be made with the right way to make them, and to make sure you have lots of experience with the types of scenarios that you will face on test day.
These types of questions will present you with a two to three sentence scenario and then ask you to respond to that scenario. The question may make a point in the scenario, and you will need to choose an answer that tests your understanding of the assumptions involved.
We will spend a good deal of time teaching you how to critically evaluate arguments, which includes increasing your skill in seeing the fault in an argument. We will examine every type of flaw found in arguments and make you an expert on how to recognize the construct of the argument clearly.