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pic GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS Practice General study 1 f ar Key for Sections 1-4 Copyright 2010 by Educational streamleting Service. all in all(a) rights reserved. ETS, the ETS logo, GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS, and GRE are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the United States and other countries. rewrite GRE Practice Test bit 1 resolving Key for Section 1. Verbal Reasoning. 25 head words. head teacher 1 adjudicate A. In various parts of the orbit, civilizations that could not make iron from ore fashi 1d tools out of fragments of iron from meteorites. irresolution 2 conclude A. An increased focalization on the importance of engaging the audience in a muniment brain 3 resolving C. speak to movement 4 come A. People with rise to world-beater to an electric washing machine typically wore their habit many fewer times before washing them than did people without access to electric washing machines. incertitude 5 resolving power C. insu lar dissolve in scope In the 1950s, the countrys inhabitants were insular around of them knew very little close to(predicate) foreign countries. motility 6 set E. insincere outcome in context Since she believed him to be both candid and trus tworthy, she ref apply to consider the accident that his statement had been insincere. nous 7 tell A. maturity dish up in context It is his dubious distinction to open up proved what nobody would hypothesize of denying, that Romero at the age of sixty-four writes with all the characteristics of maturity. uncertainty 8 react C. comparing two scholarly debates and discussing their histories capitulum 9 serve up D. diagnose a reason for a certain difference in the novel 1970s between the origins debate and the debate over American womens status disbelief 10 state D. Their turn up resembled the approach taken in studies by Wood and by Mullin in that they were interested in the experiences of people subjected to a system of sub ordination. chief 11 adjudicate A. gave more attention to the experiences of enslaved women motility 12 effect A. construe F. collude in suffice in context The narratives that vanquished peoples have farmd of their defeat have, according to Schivelbusch, fallen into several classifiable types. In one of these, the vanquished manage to construe the victors contentment as the result of some spurious advantage, the victors being truly modest where it counts.Often the winners collude in this interpretation, worrying about the ethnic or honourable costs of their triumph and so giving some credence to the losers story. irresolution 13 Answer B. settled E. ambiguity G. similarly equivocal Answer in context Ive long anticipated this retrospective of the mechanics work, hoping that it would make settled judgments about him manageable, but greater familiarity with his paintings highlights their intrinsic ambiguity and actually makes ones assessment similarly equivocal. enquire 14 Answer A. a riotous E. goose bumps Answer in context Stories are a haunted genre hardly a debased kind of story, the ghost story is to the highest degree the paradigm of the form, and goose bumps was doubtless one effect that Poe had in mind when he wrote about how stories work. doubt 15 Answer C. patent E. improbable Answer in context Given how patent the shortcomings of the standard economic model are in its portrayal of human behavior, the failure of many economists to respond to them is astonishing.They continue to learn the journals with yet more proofs of yet more improbable theorems. Others, by contrast, subscribe the criticisms as a challenge, seeking to expand the basic model to cut through a wider range of things people do. head 16 Answer B. floor D. jettison Answer in context The playwrights approach is startling in that her works jettison the theatrical devices normally used to create drama on the stage. Question 17 Answer B. create F. logical Answer in conte xt Scientists are not the exactly persons who examine the world bout them by the use of rational processes, although they sometimes create this impression by extending the definition of scientist to include anyone who is logical in his or her investigational practices. Question 18 Answer C. It presents a specific exercise of a general principle. Question 19 Answer A. outstrip Question 20 Answer B. It is a mistake to think that the natural world contains many areas of pristine wilderness. Question 21 Answer C. coincident with Question 22 strong belief to be faultlessDreams are livid in and of themselves, but, when combined with other data, they can tell us much about the dreamer. Answer D. inscrutable, F. uninformative Question 23 Sentence to be Completed Linguistic science confirms what experienced users of ASLAmerican Sign Languagehave always implicitly known ASL is a grammatically sportsmanlike language, as capable of expressing a full range of syntactic relations as any nat ural spoken language. Answer A. complete, F. unlimited Question 24 Sentence to be CompletedThe macromolecule RNA is common to all living beings, and DNA, which is found in all organisms except some bacteria, is almost as BLANK. Answer D. universal, F. ubiquitous Question 25 Sentence to be Completed Early critics of Emily Dickinsons poetry mistook for simple-mindedness the surface of artlessness that in fact she constructed with such BLANK. Answer B. craft, C. cunning This is the end of the result anchor for revise GRE Practice Test 1, Section 1. Revised GRE Practice Test Number 1 Answer Key for Section 2. Verbal Reasoning. 25 Questions. Question 1Sentence to be Completed In the long run, high-technology communications cannot BLANK more traditional face-to-face family togetherness, in Aspinalls view. Answer C. supercede, F. stamp out Question 2 Sentence to be Completed Even in this business, where BLANK is part of everyday life, a talent for lying is not something usually found on ones resume. Answer B. mendacity, C. guile Question 3 Sentence to be Completed A restaurants calling card is generally reflected in its decor however disdain this restaurants BLANK appearance it is pedestrian in the menu it offers.Answer A. elegant, F. chic (spelled C H I C) Question 4 Sentence to be Completed International financial issues are typically BLANK by the United States media because they are too technical to make marvellous headlines and too inaccessible to people who lack a background in economics. Answer A. neglected, B. slighted Question 5 Sentence to be Completed duration in many ways their personalities could not have been more divers(prenominal)she was ebullient where he was glum, relaxed where he was awkward, garrulous where he was BLANKthey were amazingly well suited.Answer D. laconic, F. taciturn Question 6 Answer D. spirituals Question 7 Answer B. They had little working familiarity with such forms of American music as jazz, blues, and popular songs. Qu estion 8 Answer E. neglected Johnsons region to classical symphonic music Question 9 Answer C. The column policies of some early United States newspapers became a counterweight to proponents of traditional values. Question 10 Answer A. insincerely Question 11 Answer snowy 1 C. multifarious waste 2 F. extraneousAnswer in context The multifaceted nature of classical tragedy in Athens belies the modern attribute of tragedy in the modern view tragedy is austere and naked down, its representations of ideological and emotional conflicts so superbly compressed that theres nothing extraneous for time to erode. Question 12 Answer Blank 1 C. ambivalence Blank 2 E. successful Blank 3 H. assuage Answer in context Murray, whose show of recent paintings and drawings is her ruff in many years, has been eminent hereabouts for a quarter century, although practicallytimes regarded with ambivalence, but the most successful of these aintings assuage all doubts. Question 13 Answer B. a doctrin aire Answer in context off the beaten track(predicate) from viewing Jefferson as a skeptical but enlightened intellectual, historians of the 1960s portrayed him as a doctrinaire thinker, eager to fill the untried with his political orthodoxy while censoring ideas he did not like. Question 14 Answer C. recapitulates Answer in context Dramatic literature often recapitulates the history of a assimilation in that it takes as its subject look the important events that have shaped and guided the culture. Question 15 Answer E. ffirm the thematic coherence underlying Raisin in the Sun Question 16 Answer C. The painter of this picture could not intend it to be jocund therefore, its humor must result from a lack of skill. Question 17 Answer E. (Sentence 5) But the plays complex view of colored self-esteem and human solidarity as compatible is no more unlike than DuBoiss famous, well-considered ideal of ethnic self-awareness coexisting with human unity, or Fanons emphasis on an ideal in ternationalism that also accommodates national identities and roles. Question 18 Answer C.Because of shortages in funding, the organizing committee of the choral festival infallible singers to purchase their own copies of the music performed at the festival. Question 19 Answer Blank 1 C. mimicking Blank 2 D. transmitted to Answer in context New technologies often begin by mimicking what has gone before, and they modification the world later. Think how long it took power-using companies to recognize that with electricity they did not subscribe to to cluster their machinery around the power source, as in the days of steam. Instead, power could be transmitted to their processes.In that sense, many of todays computer networks are still in the steam age. Their full potential remains unrealized. Question 20 Answer Blank 1 B. opaque to Blank 2 D. an arcane Answer in context There has been much hand-wringing about how unprepared American students are for college. Graff reverses this pers pective, suggesting that colleges are unprepared for students. In his analysis, the university culture is largely opaque to entering students because academic culture fails to make connections to the kinds of arguments and cultural references that students grasp.Understandably, many students view academic life as an arcane ritual. Question 21 Answer Blank 1 C. unwilling Blank 2 D. disregard for Answer in context Of course anyone who has ever perused an regressive text of Captain Clarks journals knows that the Captain was one of the most defiant spellers ever to write in English, but despite this disregard for orthographical rules, Clark is neer unclear. Question 22 Answer A. There have been some open jobs for which no qualified FasCorp employee applied. Question 23 Answer C. presenting a possible explanation of a phenomenonQuestion 24 Two of the practice choices are cover A. The cull theory is not universally accepted by scientists. B. The pull theory depends on one of waters physical properties. Question 25 Answer E. the mechanism underlying waters tensile strength This is the end of the consequence key for Revised GRE Practice Test 1, Section 2. Revised GRE Practice Test Number 1 Answer Key for Section 3. Quantitative Reasoning. 25Questions. Question 1 Answer A. beat A is greater. Question 2 Answer BQuantity B is greater. Question 3 Answer BQuantity B is greater. Question 4 Answer D.The affinity cannot be located from the information given. Question 5 Answer D. The kindred cannot be determined from the information given. Question 6 Answer A. Quantity A is greater. Question 7 Answer D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 8 Answer C. The two quantities are equal. Question 9 Answer D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 10 Answer B. pic three halves Question 11 Answer The answer to suspicion 11 consists of four of the answer choices. A. 12 B. 15 C. 5 D. 50 Question 12 Ans wer A. 10 Question 13 Answer D. 15 Question 14 Answer A. 299 Question 15 Answer In question 15 you were asked to enter either an integer or a decimal number. The answer to question 15 is 3,600. Question 16 Answer A. 8 Question 17 Answer In question 17 you were asked to enter either an integer or a decimal number. The answer to question 17 is 250. Question 18 Answer C. Three Question 19 Answer B. Manufacturing. Question 20 Answer A5. 2 Question 21 Answer B. More than one-half of the titles distributed by M are also distributed by L.Question 22 Answer A. c+d Question 23 Answer In question 23 you were asked to enter either an integer or a decimal. The answer to question 23 is 36. 5. Question 24 Answer D. pic two fifths Question 25 Answer D. pic three halves This is the end of the answer key for Revised GRE Practice Test 1, Section 3. Revised GRE Practice Test Number 1 Answer Key for Section 4. Quantitative Reasoning. 25 Questions. Question 1 Answer A. Quantity A is greater. Question 2 Answer D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 3 Answer D.The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 4 Answer D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Question 5 Answer B. Quantity B is greater. Question 6 Answer A. Quantity A is greater. Question 7 Answer C. The two quantities are equal. Question 8 Answer A. Quantity A is greater. Question 9 Answer C. The two quantities are equal. Question 10 Answer Djk+j Question 11 Answer In question 11 you were asked to enter a fraction. The answer to question 11 is the fraction pic one over four. Question 12Answer The answer to question 12 consists of four of the answer choices. B. $43,350 C. $47,256 D. $51,996 E. $53,808 Question 13 Answer E. 676,000 Question 14 Answer E. pic s squared minus p squared Question 15 Answer B. pic k minus 1 Question 16 Answer B. 110,000 Question 17 Answer B3 to 1 Question 18 Answer E. 1,250 Question 19 Answer C948 Qu estion 20 Answer The answer to question 20 consists of two answer choices. B. Students majoring in either social sciences or physical sciences constitute more than 50 percent of the total enrollment.C. The ratio of the number of males to the number of females in the superior class is less than 2 to 1. Question 21 Answer B. pic 33 and 1 third percent Question 22 Answer A. 12 Question 23 Answer D. 4,400 Question 24 Answer In question 24 you were asked to enter either an integer or a decimal number. The answer to question 24 is 10. Question 25 Answer The answer to question 25 consists of 5 answer choices. B. 3. 0 C. 3. 5 D. 4. 0 E. 4. 5 F. 5. 0 This is the end of the answer key for Revised GRE Practice Test 1, Section 4.