1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude
307. (c) The recent growth of intertribalism is unlikely to eliminate tribalism because the two forces do not oppose one another but instead reinforce distinct elements of native American interact with the broader community around them (Because in the end the author concludes that "tribalism remains a potent force among native Americans" and "Intertribal activities, on the other hand, reinforce native American identity along a broader front"
308. (d) indicate that the powwow itself could have originated by combining practices drawn from both native and non-native American cultures (Because the author notes in the third para that powpow uses English as wll as native language and some dances are classified as inter tribal and some as native)
309. (a) Though some believe the current form of the powwow signals the decline of tribal culture, the powwow contains elements that indicate the continuing strength of tribalism (Because in the third para the author notes that "What is important to note is the conscious distinction native Americans make between tribal and intertribal tendencies. " after giving examples of retention of native culture by powpows)
310. (a) search for evidence to corroborate the basic assumption of the theory of Pan-Indianism (Because the third para cites many examples which show that Pan Indianismis not correct and says that "there is no evidence that this is happening to native American groups"
311. (d) skeptical that it is a complete explanation of recent changes in native American society (Because the author though admits that there have been cultural borrowings and inter tribalsim but there has not been complete assimilation and native cultures are preserved by the tribes)
312. (d) The degree of urbanization, intertribal communication, and politicization among native Americans has been exaggerated by proponents of the theory of Pan-Indianism (Becasue the author has been skeptical about the Pan-Indianism theory and says that "Tribalism, although greatly altered by modern history, remains a potent force among native Americans" and concludes that inter tribalism is a means to protect tribal culture from outside people)
313. (c) a native American tribe whose members attempt to form a political organization in order to redress several grievances important to that tribe (Because in the first para the author states that "increasing politicization in response to common grievances as the chief causes of the shift toward intertribalism")
314. (d) showing how the recent resurgence of tribal activities is a deliberate attempt to counteract the growing influence of intertribalism (Because in the last para the author concludes that "Tribalism, although greatly altered by modern history, remains a potent force among native Americans. It forms a basis for tribal identity" and explains the role of inter tribal activities as a means of protection from outside threat)