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TEST 3

Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning Time - 30 Minutes 30 Questions

For each question in this section, choose the most appropriate answer and blacken the corresponding space on the answer sheet.

Each of the following questions has one or two blank spaces, each blank indicates that a word has been omitted. Each sentences is followed by five words or pairs of words. Choose the word or pairs of words that best completes the meaning of the sentences.

Example:

She should act with ---- if she wants to buy her airline ticket before tomorrowís price-increase.

(A) looseness (B) languor (C) celerity (D) felicity

(E) forbearance

  1. Although they acted in unison each one was -------- for a(n) -------- of the plot.

    (A)    reliable...source
    (B)    responsible...element
    (C)    unavailable...section
    (D)    appointed...article
    (E)    agreeable...felony

  2. Their education was ----- and ------- was the result of it.

    (A)    neglected...ignorance
    (B)    interrupted...consistency
    (C)    befriended...alienation
    (D)    instructed...genius
    (E)    taught...attendance

  3. Most young children are highly conformist and will -------- a classmate whose appearance or manners are --------.

    (A)    welcome...bizarre
    (B)    ostracize...conventional
    (C)    emulate...different
    (D)    shun...unusual
    (E)    deride...ordinary

     

  4. The royal astrologers had to determine the most -------- date for the coronation ceremony.

    (A)    propitious
    (B)    ostensible
    (C)    aberrant
    (D)    resplendent
    (E)    obsequious

  5. A satirical poem is often venom-filled, -------- with scorn.

    (A) contentious
    (B) discordant
    (C) dripping
    (D) sardonic
    (E) vicarious

  6. The -------- rites of the Yoho Baba cult were kept secret by the members and were never ---- to outsiders.

    (A) eclectic...delegated
    (B)    esoteric...divulged
    (C)    dubious... maligned
    (D)    inscrutable...traduced
    (E)    elusive... proscribed

  7. The critic was ------- enough to praise an author he detested.

    (A) magnanimous
    (B) loquacious
    (C) munificent
    (D) parsimonious
    (E) surreptitious


  8. The goodwill of its clients is a genuine ---- asset for any organization.

    (A) insensate
    (B) redolent
    (C) dismissive
    (D) intangible
    (E) vigilant

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Index

Test 3

Section 1: Verbal Reasoning
Section 2: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3: Verbal Reasoning
Section 4: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5: Reading Comprehension
Section 6: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7: Mathematical Reasoning
Answer Key To Test 3

Answer Explanation To Test 3
Section 1: Verbal Reasoning
Section 2: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3: Verbal Reasoning
Section 4: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5: Reading Comprehension
Section 6: Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7: Mathematical Reasoning

Test 4

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