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MCAT Verbal Reasoning Skills MCAT Verbal Reasoning Skills I. Comprehension A. Identify the Central concern or thesis of the passage. B. Identify the reasons or evidence offered in support of a thesis. C. Identify the background knowledge contained in the passage or question that is relevant to a particular interpretation. D. Determine, from context, the meaning of significant terminology or vocabulary used in the passage. E. Recognize an accurate paraphrase of complex information presented in the passage. F. Identify comparative relationships among ideas or pieces of information contained in the passage. G. Identify stated or unstated assumptions contained in the passage. H. Recognize appropriate questions of clarification. II. Evaluation A. Judge the soundness of an argument or a step of reasoning presented in the passage. B. Judge the credibility of a source. C. Judge whether a conclusion follows necessarily from the reasons given in the passage. D. Appraise the strength of the evidence for a generalization, conclusion, or claim.
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