Logic For Dummies
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Taking an exam in logic calls for a clear head and a clear plan. The tips in the following list can help you approach a logic exam with the best chance to prove your proficiency:

  • Start by glancing over the whole exam to get a feel for what is covered.

  • Warm up with an easy problem first.

  • Fill in truth tables column by column.

  • If you know you made a mistake, say so — you may get partial credit.

  • If time is short, finish the tedious stuff.

  • Check — and double-check — your work.

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Mark Zegarelli is a professional writer with degrees in both English and Math from Rutgers University. He has earned his living for many years writing vast quantities of logic puzzles, a hefty chunk of software documentation, and the occasional book or film review. Along the way, he’s also paid a few bills doing housecleaning, decorative painting, and (for ten hours) retail sales. He likes writing best, though.

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