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Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning Time -30 Minutes 35 Questions

For each question in this section, choose the best 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 sentence is followed by five words or pairs of words. Choose the word or pairs of words that best completes the meaning of the sentence.

Example:

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

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

(D) felicity (E) forbearance

 

  1. -------- by her husband, Diana ultimately agreed to sell the house.

    (A)     Decimated
    (B)     Importuned
    (C)     Encumbered
    (D)     Interpolated
    (E)     Designated

  2. There was a ------ all about the estate, and the ------concerned the security guards.

    (A)     concern...mitigation
    (B)     gift...distribution
    (C)    silence...quiet
    (D)    hotness...temper
    (E)     fact...circulation

  3. The businessman ------ a small neighborhood business into a worldwide chain of stores

    (A)    renovated
    (B)     instilled
    (C)     infused
    (D)     parlayed
    (E)     blessed

     

  4. The cricket team was once ------- by injuries; of 18 members only 8 were fit to play. .

    (A)     attacked
    (B)     decimated
    (C)     isolated
    (D)     boycotted
    (E)     blacklist

  5. Displeased with the ------ of the novel, the writer abandoned the idea of a television project.

    (A)     adaption
    (B)     compilation
    (C)     transliteration
    (D)     transfusion
    (E)     resurgence

  6. Because of his indecisive nature, Mr Brown has a reputation for ------.

    (A)     impudence
    (B)     impartiality
    (C)     perspicuity
    (D)     prevarication
    (E)     vacillation

  7. The conspirators met ------ in order to plot a(n)------ against the oppressive government.

    (A)     clandestinely...revolt
    (B)     indirectly...invocation
    (C)    craftily...referendum
    (D)     wittily...ban
    (E)     intriguingly...schism

  8. Ronald is much too ------ in his writings: he writes a page when a sentence should suffice.

    (A)     doubtful
    (B)     efficient
    (C)     verbose
    (D)     up-to-date
    (E)     clear

  9. With one ------ motion Adam disarmed his assailant.

    (A)     maladroit
    (B)     swift
    (C)    ponderous
    (D)    superfluous
    (E)    brusque

     

  10. The patient put up with the pain ------, neither wincing, nor whimpering when the incision was made.

    (A)    surprisingly
    (B)    miserably
    (C)    incidently
    (D)    logically
    (E)    stoically

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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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