This section tests your ability to weigh information and decide whether given conclusions are warranted.
You are presented with a statement of facts followed by a conclusion on what you have read.
This section measures your ability to understand the weighing of different arguments on a particular question or issue.
You are given a short paragraph to read, which you are expected to take as true.
You need to make a judgement on whether this statement is valid or not, based on what you have read.
Furthermore, you are asked to evaluate whether the statement is true, probably true, there is insufficient data to determine, probably false, or false.
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This paragraph is followed by a suggested conclusion, for which you must decide if it follows beyond a reasonable doubt.
You have the choice of conclusion follows and conclusion does not follow.