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The Ultimate Critical Thinking Guide - 100 Critical Thinking Questions - cover

The Ultimate Critical Thinking Guide - 100 Critical Thinking Questions

Dr Rohan Agarwal

Publisher: RAR Medical Services Ltd

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Summary

 
Critical thinking questions require you to understand the constituents of a good argument and be able to pick them apart. The majority of Critical Thinking questions tend to fall into 5 major categories:
1. Identifying Conclusions
2. Identifying Assumptions + Flaws
3. Strengthening and Weakening arguments
4. Matching Arguments
5. Applying Principles
Having a good grasp of language and being able to filter unnecessary information quickly and efficiently is a vital skill at Oxbridge – you simply do not have the time to sit and read vast numbers of textbooks cover to cover, you need to be able to filter the information and realise which part is important and this will contribute to your success in your studies.

The Ultimate Critical Thinking Guide expands on all these categories and also gives you 100 Practice Questions and Worked Answers to prepare you for this all important aspect of your studies.
 
 
Available since: 11/18/2022.

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