(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Yes, you should primarily focus on the central atom when taking in the shape of the molecule and solving for VSEPR. In this way, you can see the central atom's regions of electron density to perform the right molecular shape. You need to see the number of bonded pairs as well as lone pairs in order to solve it.
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