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This would be as follows: This painting would be G. So G can be in group 2 with either F or L: If G is in group 3, which of the following could be true? F is the only painting in group 1. J is the only painting in group 1. J is in group 3. H and J are in group 2. J and L are in group 2. If G is in group 3, H cannot be in group 3. So K cannot be in group 3 which leads to J not being in group 3.
Now let us try out option A and see if it could be true. If F is the only painting in group 1, then two to three paintings need to be in group 2 and three to four paintings need to be in group 3: So they have to go in group 2. But group 2 can take only one or two paintings.
So one out of the three paintings have no group to be placed in. So we can eliminate option A. Now let us try out option B. If J is the only painting in group 1, then the situation would be as follows: So the paintings have to be in group 2: This would not be possible as F and L cannot be together in a group. So we can eliminate option B. Now let us look at option D.
H and J are supposedly in group 2. If H is in group 2, then K would be in group 2. Let us look at the scenario: So the least number of patients that group 3 can have is three.
If this is so the 6 patients would be divided between groups 2 and 3. There would be no patients left to put in group 1. Thus this option is not possible. So we can eliminate option D. Questions Exactly nine books must be arranged from first leftmost to ninth rightmost on a shelf. Of the nine books, four are leather-bound books, three are clothbound books, and the remaining two are paperback books. The four leather-bound books must be next to each other, and the two paperback books must be next to each other.
Narrative Breakdown Nine books would have nine positions. Leather-bound books L - 4, Clothbound books C - 3, Paperback books- 2.
All the leather-bound books would be together. All the paperback books would be together.
The clothbound books can be placed in separate positions. If the sixth book is a leather-bound book and the eighth book is a clothbound book, which of the following must be a paperback book?
The first B. The second C. The third D. The fourth E. The ninth Solution: The sixth book would be a leather-bound book and the eighth book would be a clothbound book. The scenario would be as follows: Answer is B The clothbound books must be next to each other if a paperback book is in which of the following positions? The third C. The fifth D.
The seventh E. Let us try out option A. If a paperback book is in the first position, then another paperback book would be in the second position. If we then put the leather-bound books in positions 4 through 7, the scenario would look as follows: If a paperback book is in the third position, another paperback book can be either in the second or fourth position. Let us look at both scenarios: Now let us try option C.
If a paperback book is in the fifth position. There would be four spaces left on either side. The leather-bound books either have to put in positions 1 through 4 or positions The scenarios would look as follows: Thus clothbound books would be next to each other.
If the second book is a clothbound book and the third book is a paperback book, which of the following can be a clothbound book? The fourth B. The sixth C.
The seventh D. The eighth E. If the second book is a clothbound book and the third book is a paperback book, the situation would look as follows: Answer is E If we put a paperback book in the second position, the situation would look as follows: Let us try out option B. If we put a paperback book in the third position, the situation would look as follows: The paperback book can be put in the third position so that no clothbound book is next to each other.
Let us try out option C. If we put a paperback book in the fifth position, the situation would look as follows: Answer is C If the first and seventh books have the same kind of binding, which of the following must be a leather-bound book? The fourth D. The sixth E. The eighth Solution: If the first and seventh book have the same kind of binding, they can be clothbound books only. If a clothbound book is in the fifth position and a leather-bound book is in the ninth position, which of the following pairs of books must have different kinds of binding?
The first and the second B. The second and the third C. The second and the fourth D. The third and the fourth E. The third and the fifth Solution: If a clothbound book is in the fifth position and a leather-bound book is in the ninth position, the scenario would look as follows: They will be seated in a row of seven chairs, numbered from 1 to 7, from front to back.
Any seating is acceptable as long as all seven dignitaries are seated, one in each chair, and the seating conforms to the following rules:.
F must be seated immediately behind Os chair. G cannot sit in the chair immediately in front of Ns chair, and G cannot sit in the chair immediately behind Ns chair.
There must be exactly two chairs between the chairs of H and P. There must be at least one chair between the chairs of I and P. N must sit in chair 3. Seat numbers- 1 through 7. O sits in a chair whose number is immediately higher than Fs chair number.
G cannot sit immediately on either side of N. H and P should have a distance of two chairs in between. I and P should have a distance of at least one chair in between. N will sit in chair 3. Which of the following seating arrangements, from chair 1 through 7, conforms to the rules? N will be sitting in chair 3. N does not sit in chair 3 in option E. So we can eliminate option E. O is not sitting in a chair whose number is immediately higher than Fs chair number in option A.
G cannot sit immediately on either side of N which G does in option C. So we can eliminate option C. H and P should have a distance of two chairs in between which they do not have in option D. Answer is B 2. If F sits in chair 6 and H sits in chair 7, which of the following dignitaries must sit in chair 2? P Solution: If F sits in chair 6 and H sits in chair 7, the scenario would look as follows: H and P would have 2 chairs in between. So P would sit in chair 4.
This would look as follows: So G can sit in chair 1.
Thus I would need to sit at chair 2. If the seating arrangement, from chair 1 through chair 7 is G, I, N, H, O, F, P, which of the following pairs of dignitaries can exchange seats without violating the rules? I and P Solution: The seating arrangement given in the question is as follows: Let us look at option A. If F and G change places, F would go to chair 1. The condition of O being in a chair immediately before F gets violated.
Let us look at option B. If G and H change places, the distance between H and P would be more than 2 chairs. Let us look at option C. If G and I change places, G would be immediately beside N which violates the condition of G not being immediately beside N.
Let us look at option D. If H and P change places, no violation will occur to any of the conditions. Answer is D 4.
If O sits in chair 1 and H sits in chair 7, then the number of chairs between Fs chair and Is chair must be A. If O sits in chair 1 and H sits in chair 7, the scenario would look as follows: O would be in a chair immediately higher in value than Fs chair. So F would sit in chair 2. P would sit in chair 4 to leave 2 spaces between P and H. So I would sit in chair 6. This makes the number of chairs between Fs chair and Is chair to be three.
Answer is D. If H sits in chair 4 and F sits in chair 6, then the dignitaries in chairs 1 and 7, respectively, must be A. P and O Solution: If H sits in chair 4 and F sits in chair 6, the situation would be as follows: O is in char 5, which is not the case in options A, D and E. So we can eliminate option A, D, and E. P can sit in either chair 7 or 1 to leave 2 chairs in between P and H.
If P sits in chair 1, the situation would look as follows: I needs to have a distance of at least 1 chair between I and P. So I will sit at chair 7. Thus G can sit in chair 2. This violates the condition of G not sitting beside immediately beside N. Thus P cannot sit in chair 1. If P sits in chair 7, the situation would look as follows: Questions The following are the nine options that are available for the Sleuth, a certain make of automobile: Because of certain manufacturing and safety considerations, the download of these options must conform to the following conditions:.
If air conditioning is chosen, a heavy-duty engine, heavy-duty shock absorbers, and a tinted windshield are also required. If any of the power-assisted options power brakes, power steering, power windows are chosen, a heavy-duty engine is also required.
If a heavy-duty engine is chosen, power brakes are also required. If a hatchback is chosen, a sunroof cannot be chosen. A tinted windshield can be chosen only for an automobile for which either a sunroof or air conditioning or both are chosen.
Narrative Breakdown Nine options- air-conditioning Ac , power brakes Pb , power steering Ps , power windows Pw , a heavy-duty engine He , heavy-duty shock absorbers Hs , a hatchback Hb , a sunroof Sr , a tinted windshield Tw. If He is chosen, Pb must be chosen. If Hb is chosen, Sr cannot be chosen. Of the following, which could be a completed selection of optional equipment that conforms to the conditions? Power steering, a sunroof B. A hatchback, a sunroof, a tinted windshield. Power brakes, power steering, a heavy-duty engine, heavy-duty shock absorbers, a hatchback.
Air conditioning, power brakes, a heavy-duty engine, a hatchback, a tinted windshield. Air conditioning, power brakes, a heavy-duty engine, heavy-duty shock absorbers, a hatchback. The question asks for a completed selection of optional equipment. This means that the list in the options must contain every item to fulfill the conditions. If Ps is chosen, then He must be chosen. Pb is not mentioned in the option.
We can eliminate option A. If Hb is chosen, then Sr cannot be chosen. We can eliminate option B. If Ps is chosen, He is chosen.
If He is chosen then Pb is chosen. Having Hs and Hb is also not breaking any conditions. Therefore Option C is a complete selection of optional equipment. Which of the following must be true? Further the language of the explanations should be simple and lucid.
Such a book is a pleasure to go through and you will feel like studying form it. Such a book becomes more of a burden, neither can you study from it, nor can you throw it away. A large number of books available in the market also have a CD of instructions and GRE practice tests along with them.
This is a remarkable feature of a good GRE preparation book. The instructions are easier to understand when someone is verbally explaining them, instead of your reading through the book and it helps those who have to appear for CAT by giving them practice of the computer adaptive GRE tests, before they go for the real one. This book is a compilation of 27 real test papers along with answer keys. There are no other tests in this book prepared solely for the purpose of practice, nor is there any explanation of concepts and strategies or list of formulae.
GRE Big Book is just a collection of genuine test papers. This book is not printed any more. It does not contain tests which were prepared for mere practice but those which were actually administered in the GRE. There is no other such book available which contains the original tests. Moreover when you have such a source at hand which contains the true tests then all other sources seem unauthentic. Many students claim to have benefited by using this book, to the extent that some of the questions were actually repeated in their test!
ETS carries out a number of researches before making any sort of change in their paper format, question type, difficulty level etc. It is not easy to change the question pattern for GRE; a lot of research goes into it. This is because of the fact that the difficulty of vocabulary was a lot more when the papers in the GRE Big Book were administered than it is at present. The questions on vocabulary in any test tend to be repetitive to a certain extent.
If you go through all the vocabulary questions then there is a good chance of your scoring well in the GRE Verbal section. The reading comprehension passages will give you a fair idea and practice of the type and standard of questions asked. Reading comprehension question from other sources might be either too easy or too difficult as compared with the real test.
However, as u mentioned, the writing style of both passages and critical reasoning stimuli are very outdated: I have studied many articles of Scientific Americans, NY Times, Atlantic etc, but nowhere I saw the Big Book like writing pattern. Indeed, the passage contents are dated from to , before my birth!!
My opinion is that: for contents of passages, refer to ETS Official Guide and Verbal one, but for learning RC question types and tricks, read the Big Book along with current official sources. From quant, one should only practice the Data Interpretations. A desire to. In this instance, the new impulse was at least an energetic one, and thus its indulgence did not result in a relaxed style. But on other occasions Hardy abandoned a perilous, risky, and highly energizing impulse in favor of what was for him the fatally relaxing impulse to classify and schematize abstractly.
The role of magazines as arbiters of nineteenth-century taste is seen in their depictions of the London theater. The magazines accorded some legitimacy to East End working-class theaters that mirrored the format of the fashionable West End theaters serving middle- and upper-class audiences.
Finally, they suggested that popular demand for substandard fare created a market unfriendly to higher expressions of dramatic art. As I mentioned, the likes of 1st passages seem somewhat obsolete in now-a-days articles.
The old GRE, represented by the Big Book, includes more convoluted language and difficult vocabulary. The new GRE emphasizes more straightforward academic language that you will actually see and need to understand in graduate school. As we mention in this article, this is a major difference in the passages.