Bank deposits are credited on the date of the transaction only when they are made before 3 P.M. Alicia knows that the...

Christopher on September 13, 2016

Tricky Tricky

So it took me a while to figure it out, but I finally caught that the question stem is asking for "both of the logical flaws" as opposed to strictly parallel reasoning the way I'm used to seeing it. This may be completely unanswerable, but this is the first time I've seen this stem, and I was wondering if this is used anymore. Most of the practice I have done has been on exams 60-77, and I've noticed when practicing on some of the older tests that they have question stems that I haven't run into on the newer tests. I'm mainly asking to see if this is a point of vulnerability in my study technique or not. I feel like I've hit my stride on most of the question types, but if I need to be reading the question stems for tricks like this, then maybe that's something to practice...

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Mehran on September 14, 2016

@csdinkel this is definitely a rare question stem but it highlights the importance of reading each question stem carefully.

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