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How to Critical Analyse?

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You can critically analyse written text by considering and evaluating an author's point of view. Critical analysis of text is done by examining the basic premise of the text, the claims and consequences that an author makes from it and the conclusions of an entire writing so that they can be determined as true or false. A tip to correct critical analysis of text is to use logic to compare similarities and differences of an author's conclusion.
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