### Posts Tagged ‘Core Curriculum V2’

Before we can answer a question we need to know exactly what type of information the question wants us to find. One challenge of the Logical Reasoning section is identifying question types and understanding the information required of each one. In this class we will build our understanding of LR question types through focus on CCV2 exercises and group discussion. Join Julia each week to build foundational skills in all LR question types from strengthen and weaken to parallel method of reasoning!

Before we can answer a question we need to know exactly what type of information the question wants us to find. One challenge of the Logical Reasoning section is identifying question types and understanding the information required of each one. In this class we will build our understanding of LR question types through focus on CCV2 exercises and group discussion. Join Julia each week to build foundational skills in all LR question types from strengthen and weaken to parallel method of reasoning!

Before we can answer a question we need to know exactly what type of information the question wants us to find. One challenge of the Logical Reasoning section is identifying question types and understanding the information required of each one. In this class we will build our understanding of LR question types through focus on CCV2 exercises and group discussion. Join Julia each week to build foundational skills in all LR question types from strengthen and weaken to parallel method of reasoning!

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Parallel or Analogy questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

*We encourage participants to keep their cameras on during this class. While it's not mandatory, it greatly enhances the interactive experience!*

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Flaw or Descriptive Weakening questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

*We encourage participants to keep their cameras on during this class. While it's not mandatory, it greatly enhances the interactive experience!*

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Method of Reasoning questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

*We encourage participants to keep their cameras on during this class. While it's not mandatory, it greatly enhances the interactive experience!*

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Argument Part questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Necessary Assumption questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)

Join 7Sage tutor Henry as he progresses through the LR topics of the new core curriculum! For this date, the topic will be Sufficient Assumption questions.

**Note:** To access version two of the core curriculum, follow the steps listed here.

**This class is part of an ongoing series:
**1. Main Conclusion (MC)

2. Most Strongly Supported (MSS)

3. Point at Issue: Agree or Disagree (PAI)

4. Inference and Must Be True (INF and MBT)

5. Resolve, Reconcile, and Explain (RRE)

6. Weaken, Strengthen, and Evaluate (Weak, Streng, and Eval)

7. Pseudo Sufficient Assumption (PSAa and PSAr)

8. Principle (Princ)

9. Sufficient Assumption (SA)

10. Necessary Assumption (NA)

11. Argument Part (AP)

12. Method of Reasoning (Method)

13. Flaw or Descriptive Weakening (Flaw)

14. Parallel or Analogy (Para and PF)