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Catalog of Unusual Point of Contention Questions

The table below shows where to find a handful of official Logical Reasoning Point of Contention questions that feature less common phrasing than standard questions of this type. It may be a bit difficult to recognize these as Point of Contention questions at first, so it’s helpful to take a look at a number of them to familiarize yourself with the variety of language that can be used to denote this question type.

As always, if you’re looking for more help with the Logical Reasoning section, check out our Logical Reasoning Library for a comprehensive list of all our posts related to this test section.
 

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