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  1. E


  2. The author has not used any metaphor in the passage.

    A. Incorrect. The author defines the terms pheromones and VNO.
    B. Incorrect. In the passage, the author compares the existence of pheromones in different animals - mice, bees, sow etc.
    C. Incorrect. The author cites different authoritarial voices in the passage.
    D. Incorrect. The author gives the approximation of the sales of Realm Men, Realm Women and Inner Realm.

  3. B

  4. Lines # 54-67 imply that mentral cycles can be controlled by male sweat. Lines # 21-22 imply the nose may affect mood and sex. Lines #50-54, explicitly states that sex-chemicals exist, so "I" is not inferred but rather stated specifically in the passage.

  5. A


  6. Libido means lust and sexual drive. A male rhesus is found to lose its desire for sex if its VNO is blocked.
    B,C,D,E- All fillers.
    A is the only possible answer.

  7. A


  8. Pamela Harriman had affairs with Presidents, policy makers, diplomats and decorators.

    Choices B, C, D & E are Incorrect. The ‘courtesan’ used in the quote does not mean a pioneer, the greatest woman, an idle woman or an extraordinary woman.

  9. D


  10. She died an elegant death: she did not have to suffer a great deal before she died.

    A. Incorrect. Her death was not horrible: there was no lingering illness.
    B. Incorrect. It was not a disreputable death.
    C. Incorrect. She was not in a pathetic shape She did not have a lingering illness.
    E. Incorrect. She did not go through any physical or mental agony before she died.

  11. B


  12. Pamela led an unruly, boisterous private life by having affairs with the most powerful men. The word "rambunctious" means unruly or boisterous.

    A,C,E- Fillers.
    D-Extravagant is close to being right, but she played by no rules(unruly) which describes her lifestyle more accurately.

  13. A


  14. The first time with Randolph Churchill, then with Hayward and finally with Harriman; from the passage it can be inferred that Pamela married three times See lines #31-32 for her last names.

  15. B


  16. Pamela's success was due to her exquisite taste in men: which kept her in influential circles. The article did not explicity address her physical attractiveness, though she may have been attractive. It could be inferred that she was attractive, but this question does not ask for an inferrence.

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Index

Test 4
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 : Verbal Reasoning
Answer Key To Test 1

Answer Explanation To Test 4
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 : Verbal Reasoning

Part I

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