GMAT

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that more and more

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that more and more books become free or lower prices and you can be easily read them through on the Internet or on compact disc, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that the increase of opportunities to read […]

TOEFL

Which should they learn at first?

I agree with the opinion that it is more significant for students to learn history and literary rather than to do science and mathematics for the following two reasons:(1)learning history and literary directory relates development of individual personality which is more important than technical matters such as math and science ; (2)if students learn history […]

GRE

The conclusion of the article is that the respondents in the first study had misrepresented their reading habits. I find

The conclusion of the article is that the respondents in the first study had misrepresented their reading habits. I find this article questionable on several points. Firstly, the article mentions that in the first study of the reading habits of Waymarsh citizens conducted by the University of Waymarsh, most respondents said that they preferred literary […]

GRE

reading habits

The argument concludes that the citizens in the city of Leeville mispresent their reading habits. To strenghten this conclusion, the author the two studies which exhibit the appearly different phenomenon, including the prefer to the literary classics but borrow the mystery books from the public libraries. After detailed consideration, I find the artical some logical […]

GRE

By citing two studies the author concludes that the Leeville citizens actually prefer mystery novel rather than the literary classics

By citing two studies the author concludes that the Leeville citizens actually prefer mystery novel rather than the literary classics as they represented in the first study so they had misrepresented their reading habbits in the first study. However, this argument resting on several logically flawed assumptions is unpersuasive as it stands. To begin with, […]