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PRACTICE TEST 3
Section I: Verbal Section
The word economy comes as a contrast to the expression ‘abundant fecundity’ – which means plenty of fruitful yieldings or results. E is a possible choice. But ‘perfection’ and ‘precision’ the same. So it does not make sense in the context.
The choices B and D seem to be suitable, but the second word choices do not fit in the context the expression ‘may contain’ could bring about deleterious (toxic or harmful) effects.
The clue is the word ‘admitting’ – means making a confession that they are risks involved in the use of insecticide – the negative word ‘not’ requires a negative expression in the first blank. Hence ‘inconsequential’. Second word ‘alternatives’ of B choices is right. But ‘unusual’ does not fit in. The other choices do not fit in the context to carry forward its correct meaning.
Our higher moral life is based on the fact that ‘material’ sensations may have a weaker influence on our action than do ideas of ‘remote’ facts.
All other choices are not as befitting. ‘variety’ explains the expression – ‘unending series of different molecules.’
The word ‘difficult’ to believe … demands the use of word ‘intolerant’ in the blank to give it a correct sense of the meaning.
Test 3 Answer Explanation To Test 3
Answer Explanation To Test 3