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Yes, it's pretty much essential to break it up into premise and conclusions for questions like 'what is the conclusion?', unless your brain is abnormally good at working it out. For some, like 'what is the contradiction?', it isn't really necessary, but it can sometimes help.
The John Butterworth book is brilliant, try and read all of it before the exam. A-level Critical Thinking papers are supposed to be helpful, and do all the past papers.
The main problem I had with the test was timing, so make sure you don't get caught out spending too long on one of the weird problem solving questions, and be strict on yourself when you do past papers.
And you have something silly like half an hour to do the essay question, so perhaps practice doing a couple of the past essay questions.
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