In particular, read articles from a range of sources, including editorials and papers from journals.
Logical fallacies, both formal and informal, are important for answering questions on evaluating arguments.
Weak arguments will commonly fall prey to fallacies such as: • Strawman; • Slippery slope; • Appeal to emotion; • False cause; • Ambiguity.
In turn, you’ll be better prepared for the real test.
Once you’ve attempted a few past papers, take some time to read the answers and explanations. This is because you’ll be able to figure out where you went wrong with some answers.