1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude
162. b. The last sentence in the paragraph clearly gives support for the idea that the interest in Shakespeare is due to the development of his characters. Choice a is incorrect because the writer never makes this type of comparison. Choice c is wrong because even though scholars are mentioned in the paragraph, there is no indication that the scholars are compiling the anthology. Choice d is wrong because there is no support to show that most New Yorkers are interested in this work.
163. c. The statement that it is difficult to create an accurate profile of a contemporary knitter comes immediately after a discussion about how different today’s knitters are from one another and from knitters of the past. Choices a and d are not supported by the paragraph. Although the paragraph does discuss knitting done in group settings, it does not specifically say that more of today’s knitting is done in groups; therefore, choice b is incorrect.
164. b. If it is more expensive to run a medical practice in a large city than a small town, it would make sense for doctors to charge more in large cities. Choices a and c are incorrect because the information in these statements is extraneous to the author’s argument. Choice d is wrong because it supports, rather than refutes, the author’s argument.
165. d. The passage states that “doctors in large cities make more money than doctors in small towns or rural areas.” The speaker then assumes that if doctors all charge the same, they will all earn the same, but if doctors in large cities see more patients, they will still earn more money.