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EXPLANATION OF ANSWER CHOICES FOR TEST 3

Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning

  1. B
    Each actor will always be responsible for an element of the plot.

    A Incorrect. An actor will not be the "source" of the plot; that role is for writers.
    C Incorrect. Actors must be "available" for the play to be performed.
    D & E Incorrect. A plot is not divided into "articles" or "felonies".

  2. A
    Negligence during someone’s education could result in ignorance.

    B Incorrect. If an education is interrupted, it will not be consistant.
    C Incorrect. "Filler" an education is not "befriended"
    D & E Incorrect. Ackward sentence structure. An education is not "taught". An education is not "instructed". A class is "instructed".

  3. D
    A conformist is conventional, acting in accordance with the prevailing customs.
    Children who are conventional are likely to shun (exclude) classmates whose behavior or dress is unusual.

    A Incorrect. A conformist will not welcome bizarre behavior; he or she will shun it.
    B Incorrect. A conformist will welcome, not "ostrisize" conventional behavior.
    C Incorrect. "           " not emulate different behavior.
    E Incorrect. A conformist will compliment "ordinary" behavior.

  4. A
    An astrologer would be interested in "signs" or "good omens", thus propitious is the best answer.

    B,C,D, & E Incorrect. "Filler" answers

  5. C
    A poem filled with venom will obviously be dripping  with (suggestive of) scorn.

  6. B

    If the rites were kept secret, the members never divulged (revealed) them. Furthermore, cult rites are very likely to be esoteric (known to only to a select few).

  7. A
    A critic who can praise the work of an author he detests would be considered magnanimous (extremely generous). The other answer choices don't necissarily describe someone who is able to rise above a personal bias.

  8. D
    Goodwill is a genuine asset, but it is necessarily intangible (incapable of being touched in the physical sense).

  9. C
    Clearly the law’s actual result is different from its ostensible (apparent) purpose; curtailing false advertising, it also tends to circumscribe (limit) free speech
    .
    A Incorrect. "prelude" presumes that all free speech would be eliminated, which would not be in this case.
    B,D, & E Incorrect. The first words are negative in meaning; the first blank calls for a more positive word because the law has good intentions.

  10. B
    A knife is used to slice; an awl is used to puncture.

    A Incorrect. A tire is not used to ride
    C Incorrect. A plane is not used to soar.
    D Incorrect. A throttle is not used to start.
    E Incorrect. An axle is not used to steer.

  11. C
    A desert is characteristically barren; a forest is characteristically lush.

    A Incorrect. Fruit is not necissarily delicious.
    B Incorrect. A worker is not necissarily diligent.
    D Incorrect Weather is not necissarily hot.
    E Incorrect. Wealth is not necissarily obvious.

  12. D
    Skin may become wrinkled (ridged) with age, just as hands may become gnarled (knotted and twisted) with age.

    A Incorrect. Trees became tall with age. This one fits the relation of skin: wrinkle, but hand and skin are parts of the human anatomy. So, D is the best answer.

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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