Similar to Principle questions, Parallel Reasoning questions will ask you to match reasoning. These questions may sometimes ask to match fallacious reasoning.

CHALLENGE: Find a similar flaw

Parallel Flaw questions are focused on finding the conclusion and are easily identifiable. These questions are phrased like this:

  • Which one of the following contains a flaw that most closely parallels the flaw contained in the passage?

Intro (0:01) | Ex.1 (1:47) | Ex.2 (11:46) | Ex.3 (16:01) | Trap Choices (20:27)
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