For questions that deal with reasoning ability, it is important to look very precisely what exactly is in the text and whether it corresponds exactly with the thesis. It is important not to jump to conclusions based on assumptions or general knowledge.
Always ask yourself: is it possible that the statement is not true based on the text. Then you see whether it is possible that the statement is true. By doing this very precisely, you will arrive at the correct answer. Below are some examples of conclusions drawn too quickly:
We work out three examples and then you can do three practice exercises that deal with the part reasoning and analytical reading.