In the Logical Reasoning questions on the GAT Test, your reasoning skills are put to the test. These questions involve making arguments, evaluating arguments, and formulating evaluations for plans of action. They assess your ability to read and understand the logic presented in brief passages, statements, or conversations derived from various sources. The good news is that you won’t need prior knowledge of specific subject matter to excel in these questions.
Terminologies: logic, argument, reasoning, fallacy, conclusion, assumption, inference, imply, persuasion, biases
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