Table of SelfTesting Quizzes and Exams:
To best prepare for each of our 4 online exams in this course, use these links by topic to practice your skills at critical thinking and writing:
Topics 
Key Concepts 
Quizz Links 
Topic 1: Basic Logic Concepts Exam #1 on all Key Concepts 
What Logic Is. Propositions Sentences. Arguments, Premises, and Conclusions, Analyzing Arguments, Validity. Soundness, Induction, Deduction, Cogency  
Topic 2: Informal Fallacies Exam #2 on all concepts on Topic 2 (Latin names included) 
Informal Fallacies of: Relevance, Presumption, and Ambiguity. 

Topic 3: Categorical Propositions Exam #3 on all concepts on Topic 3 
Categorical terms, propositions and arguments. Quantity & Quality of Propositions. Square of Opposition. Distribution of a Term. 

Topic 4: Categorical Syllogisms Exam #4 on all concepts on Topic 4 Exam date: TBA 
Syllogistic Reasoning. Major, Minor and Middle terms. Immediate Inferences. Mood & Figure. Venn Diagrams. The Six Rules. 

Topic 5: Arguments in Ordinary Lanuage 
Translating every day language into categorical propositions and syllogisms 

Topic 6: Symbolic Logic 
Logical Symbols. Argument Forms. Statement Forms. Rules of Inference. Rules of Replacement. 

Topic 7: Methods of Deduction 
Propositional (Symbolic Logic)  
Topic 8: Inductive Inferences 
Nature of Inductive Reasoning. Arguments and Refutation from Analogy. Cause and Effect Reasoning. Scientific Method. Mills Methods. Science and Hypothesis. Probability Theory. 

Topic 9: Causal Reasoning  Defines the necessary and sufficient conditions for something to be the 'cause' of some other thing.  
Topic 10: Analogical Reasoning  Defines the necessary and sufficient conditions for successful entialment by analogical premises in an argument  
Essays 1 & 2 Term Paper 
Assigned in Class. 

Final Exam 
Final Exam: Format, Content, Date and Time to be announced in class 