Book Title: Reasoning Skills Success in 20 Minutes a Day
Publisher: LearningExpress, LLC
Author: LearningExpress LLC Editors
From diagnosing a problem to deductive and inductive reasoning and beyond, Reasoning Skills in 20 Minutes a Day, provides the key to improving test scores, job performance, and more. Many standardized tests and career paths require the ability to reason thoroughly and efficiently. This book provides tested techniques for this highly regarded ability. Refreshed with new material throughout, the lessons in Reasoning Skills are broken into easily digestible practice sessions that can be completed in just 20 minutes each day. What's more, each day the lessons build upon each other so information becomes second nature. Students, full-time employees, home workers, and others will benefit from: Proven methods for increasing reasoning and decision-making skills Useful tutorials in a variety of areas, including problem solving, logic skills, thinking versus knowing, inductive reasoning, and much more A pretest to diagnose strengths and weaknesses and a posttest to measure progress Additional online questions for the areas that need more practice Valuable real-life skills, such as understanding and using statistics, assessing the validity of evidence, recognizing logical fallacies, and more To be able to use one's mind, think logically, and effectively reason is a skill necessary in all parts of life. It is necessary for learners to hone their reasoning skills in an effect to better their mind. Reasoning Skills in 20 Minutes a Day will help learners sharpen their skills in inductive reasoning, logic, and validity of evidence. Reasoning Skills in 20 Minutes a Day contains substantial information and practice questions that can only benefit the reader. Moreover, this book will allow the reader to understand the importance of making reasoning practice a part of their daily regimen. With dedication and open mindedness, users of Reasoning Skills in 20 Minutes a Day start to realize their full potential and learn to approach the test with the information they need to succeed and the confidence they need to conquer any standardized test.