PS Counting/Sets/Series |

# | Type | New | Difficulty | Topic | Text |

1 | PS | New | Medium | Combinations | The letters C, I, R, C, L, and E can be used to form 6-letter strings |

2 | PS | New | Medium | Combinations | The map above shows the trails through a wilderness area. If travel is |

3 | PS | New | Medium | Combinations | In the figure above, X and Y represent locations in a district of a ce |

4 | PS | New | Hard | Arithmetic/Geometry | The figures above show a hexagonal nut that has a width of 1 5/16 |

5 | PS | | Hard | Combinations/Min/Max Problems/Geometry/Word Problems | Pat will walk from intersection X to intersection Y along a route that |

6 | PS | | Very Hard | Word Problems | Rita and Sam play the following game with n sticks on a table. Each mu |

7 | PS | | Hard | Fractions/Ratios/Decimals | When 2/9 of the votes on a certain resolution have been counted, 3/4 |

8 | PS | | Easy | Arithmetic | The sum of the first 100 positive integers is 5,050. What is the sum |

9 | PS | | Hard | Statistics and Sets Problems | The table above shows the average (arithmetic mean) price per dozen eg |

10 | PS | | Hard | Min/Max Problems | Each of the integers from 0 to 9, inclusive, is written on a separate |

11 | PS | Gem | Easy | Word Problems | King School has an enrollment of 900 students. The school day consists |

12 | PS | Gem | Medium | Combinations | Ben and Ann are among 7 contestants from which 4 semifinalists are to |

PS Equalities/Inequalities/Algebra |

13 | PS | | Hard | Combinations/Geometry | Let n and k be positive integers with k n. From an n n array of do |

14 | PS | | Hard | Inequalities | If there is a least integer that satisfies the inequality 9/2 2 what |

15 | PS | | Medium | Word Problems | A certain manufacturer uses the function C(x) = 0.04x^2 8.5x + 25,00 |

16 | PS | New | Medium | Word Problems | On the day of the performance of a certain play, each ticket that regu |

17 | PS | | Medium | Algebra | If N = K/(T + x/y), where T = K/5 and x = 5 T which of the following |

18 | PS | New | Medium | Algebra | If 2x + 5y =8 and 3x = 2y, what is the value of 2x + y? |

19 | PS | | Medium | Algebra/Functions and Custom Characters | If kSn is defined to be the product of (n + k)(n k + 1) for all posi |

20 | PS | New | Medium | Word Problems | There were 36,000 hardback copies of a certain novel sold before the |

21 | PS | New | Medium | Algebra | In the formula w = \frac{p}{\sqrt[t]{v}} , integers p and t are positi |

22 | PS | | Easy | Graphs and Illustrations/Word Problems | The figure above represents a network of one-way streets. The arrows i |

23 | PS | Gem | Medium | Word Problems | If C is the temperature in degrees Celsius and F is the temperature in |

24 | PS | | Medium | Algebra | If d = (a + b)/(1 + ab/c^2), a = c/2, and b = 3c/4, what is the value |

25 | PS | Gem | Medium | Algebra/Word Problems | A school supply store sells only one kind of desk and one kind of chai |

26 | PS | Gem | Medium | Word Problems | A certain truck traveling at 55 miles per hour gets 4.5 miles per gall |

27 | PS | Gem | Hard | Arithmetic/Word Problems | A merchant paid $300 for a shipment of x identical calculators. The |

28 | PS | New | Very Hard | Distance/Rate Problems/Work/Rate Problems | A car traveled 462 miles per tankful of gasoline on the highway and 33 |

29 | PS | Gem | Easy | Work/Rate Problems | Machines X and Y run at different constant rates, and machine X can co |

30 | PS | | Medium | Algebra | If s/t = 2, then the value of which of the following can be determined |

31 | PS | | Medium | Algebra | If k#0 and k - (3 -2k^2)/k = x/k, then x = |

32 | PS | | Hard | Word Problems | The sum of the ages of Doris and Fred is y years. If Doris is 12 years |

PS Geometry |

33 | PS | | Very Hard | Geometry | The shaded region in the figure above represents a rectangular frame |

34 | PS | New | Very Hard | Geometry | The surface distance between 2 points on the surface of a cube is the |

35 | PS | New | Hard | Geometry | The figure above shows 2 circles. The larger circle has center A, radi |

36 | PS | | Very Hard | Geometry | The figure above shows the dimensions of a rectangular board that is t |

37 | PS | New | Medium | Geometry | In the figure above, the area of the shaded region is |

38 | PS | | Medium | Geometry | If each side of ACD above has length 3 and if AB has length 1, what |

39 | PS | | Easy | Geometry | In the figure above, three squares and a triangle have areas of A, B, |

40 | PS | New | Medium | Geometry | In the figure above, PQ is a diameter of circle O, PR = SQ, and RST |

41 | PS | New | Medium | Geometry | The figure above shows some of the dimensions of a triangular plaza wi |

42 | PS | | Very Hard | Distance/Rate Problems/Geometry | A circular rim 28 inches in diameter rotates the same number |

PS Rates/Ratios/Percent |

43 | PS | New | Medium | Percents and Interest Problems | The annual stockholders' report for Corporation X stated that profits |

44 | PS | New | Hard | Word Problems | A certain brand of house paint must be purchased either in quarts at $ |

45 | PS | New | Medium | Percents and Interest Problems | The table above shows the percent of change from the previous month in |

46 | PS | New | Medium | Percents and Interest Problems | A store bought 5 dozen lamps at $30 per dozen and sold them all at $15 |

47 | PS | New | Medium | Percents and Interest Problems | Store N gives a 50 percent discount on the list price of all its items |

48 | PS | | Medium | Percents and Interest Problems | A merchant purchased a jacket for $60 and then determined a selling pr |

49 | PS | Gem | Easy | Percents and Interest Problems | When a certain stretch of highway was rebuilt and straightened, the di |

PS Value/Order/Factors |

50 | PS | New | Hard | Word Problems | A factory assembles Product X from three components, A, B, and C. One |

51 | PS | New | Hard | Number Properties | How many positive integers n have the property that both 3n and n/3 ar |

52 | PS | New | Very Hard | Combinations/Number Properties | If Whitney wrote the decimal representations for the first 300 positiv |

53 | PS | New | Hard | Combinations/Number Properties | The difference 942 249 is a positive multiple of 7. If a, b, and c a |

54 | PS | New | Medium | Number Properties | Let S be the set of all positive integers having at most 4 digits and |

55 | PS | New | Very Hard | Probability | The table above shows the number of residents in each of two age group |

56 | PS | New | Hard | Number Properties | Which of the following describes the set of all possible values of the |

57 | PS | New | Hard | Combinations/Number Properties | A certain online form requires a 2-digit code for the day of the month |

58 | PS | | Hard | Min/Max Problems/Number Properties | If x < y < z and y - x > 5, where x is an even integer and y and z are |

59 | PS | New | Medium | Number Properties | An Armstrong number is an n-digit number that is equal to the sum of |

60 | PS | New | Very Hard | Combinations/Min/Max Problems | Five integers between 10 and 99, inclusive, are to be formed by using |

61 | PS | | Easy | Remainders | When the integer n is divided by 17, the quotient is x and the remaind |

62 | PS | New | Medium | Arithmetic | Of the following, which is greatest? |

63 | PS | New | Easy | Number Properties | If n = p^2 and p is a prime number greater than 5, what is the units |

64 | PS | | Medium | Word Problems/Exponents/Powers | A computer can perform 1,000,000 calculations per second. At this rate |

65 | PS | Gem | Medium | Word Problems | In an auditorium, 360 chairs are to be set up in a rectangular arrange |

66 | PS | | Easy | Arithmetic | If the product of the integers w, x, y and z is 770, and if 1 < w < x |

67 | PS | | Medium | Arithmetic/Combinations | The addition problem above shows four of the 24 different integers tha |

DS Counting/Sets/Series |

68 | DS | New | Hard | Word Problems | A country's per capita national debt is its national debt divided by |

69 | DS | New | Very Hard | Statistics and Sets Problems | The cardinality of a finite set is the number of elements in the set. |

70 | DS | New | Very Hard | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors/Number Properties/Sequences | For each positive integer k, let ak = (1 + 1/(k+1)). Is the product a1 |

71 | DS | New | Medium | Probability/Statistics and Sets Problems | Let S be a set of outcomes and let A and B be events with outcomes in |

72 | DS | | Medium | Overlapping Sets | What is the number of integers that are common to both set S and set T |

73 | DS | New | Medium | Number Properties | What is the sum of 3 consecutive integers? |

74 | DS | Gem | Hard | Overlapping Sets | How many people in Town X read neither the World newspaper nor the Glo |

75 | DS | | Hard | Combinations | Bowls X and Y each contained exactly 2 jelly beans, each of which was |

76 | DS | | Medium | Overlapping Sets | All trainees in a certain aviator training program must take both a wr |

DS Equalities/Inequalities/Algebra |

77 | DS | New | Very Hard | Statistics and Sets Problems | Each of the five divisions of a certain company sent representatives |

78 | DS | New | Hard | Percent and Interest Problems | An investment has been growing at a fixed annual rate of 20% since it |

79 | DS | New | Medium | Statistics and Sets Problems | What is the value of X in the above list of 7 numbers? |

80 | DS | New | Medium | Word Problems | In the first 2 hours after Meadow's self-service laundry opens, m larg |

81 | DS | New | Medium | Probability | A box of light bulbs contains exactly 3 light bulbs that are defective |

82 | DS | New | Hard | Distance/Rate Problems | Khalil drove 120 kilometers in a certain amount of time. What was his |

83 | DS | New | Medium | Statistics and Sets Problems | What is the median of the data set S that consists of the integers 17 |

84 | DS | New | Very Hard | Algebra | If n > 4, what is the value of the integer n ? |

85 | DS | New | Medium | Word Problems | Tami purchased several identically priced metal frames and several ide |

86 | DS | New | Very Hard | Word Problems | A $10 bill (1,000 cents) was replaced with 50 coins having the same to |

87 | DS | New | Hard | Word Problems | Merle's spare change jar has exactly 16 U.S. coins, each of which is a |

88 | DS | New | Medium | Word Problems | At a certain university recreation center, a member can receive a 30-m |

89 | DS | | Hard | Inequalities/Statistics and Sets Problems | If S is the sum of the first n positive integers, what is the value of |

90 | DS | | Medium | Inequalities | Is x^2 y^2 a positive number ? |

91 | DS | New | Medium | Word Problems | Alan and Sue have each been saving one dollar a day and will continue |

92 | DS | Gem | Hard | Algebra | What is the value of x? (1) x^4 + x^2 + 1 =1/(x^4 + x^2 + 1) (2) x^3 |

93 | DS | New | Medium | Inequalities | Is x less than y? (1) x - y + 1 < 0 (2) x - y - 1 < 0 |

94 | DS | New | Medium | Percent and Interest Problems | State X has a sales tax rate of k percent on all purchases and State Y |

95 | DS | New | Medium | Inequalities | Is 3 x 3 ? (1) x^2 + y^2 = 9 (2) x^2 + y 9 |

96 | DS | New | Easy | Algebra/Exponents/Powers | What is the value of x ? (1)4^(x + 1) + 4^x = 320 (2)x^2 = 9 |

97 | DS | | Medium | Word Problems | Three dice, each with faces numbered 1 through 6, were tossed onto a |

98 | DS | | Hard | Number Properties/Arithmetic | Of the numbers q, r, s, and t, which is greatest? |

99 | DS | New | Medium | Word Problems | The table above shows the car rental charges at Thrifty Agency. The da |

100 | DS | | Medium | Inequalities | Is xy < 6 (1) x < 3 and y < 2 (2) 1/2 < x < 2/3 and y^2 < 64 |

101 | DS | | Medium | Algebra | What is the value of x/(yz) ? |

102 | DS | Gem | Medium | Word Problems | In a certain group of people, the average (arithmetic mean) weight of |

103 | DS | | Medium | Exponents/Powers/Algebra | If y = 2^(x+1), what is the value of y x? |

104 | DS | Gem | Medium | Algebra | If x 1, is y equal to x + 1? (1) (y-2)/(x-1)=1 (2) y^2=(x+1)^2 |

105 | DS | | Hard | Inequalities | If x + y + z > 0, is z > 1? (1) z > x + y +1 (2) x + y + 1 < 0 |

DS Geometry |

106 | DS | New | Hard | Coordinate Geometry | In the rectangular coordinate system, line k passes through the point |

107 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | In quadrilateral ABCD, is angle BCD a right angle? |

108 | DS | New | Hard | Geometry | In the figure above, B is on AC, D is on AE, AB has the same length as |

109 | DS | New | Hard | Geometry | Sprinklers are being installed to water a lawn. Each sprinkler waters |

110 | DS | New | Hard | Geometry | What is the length of the hypotenuse of ABC ? |

111 | DS | New | Very Hard | Geometry | Patricia purchased x meters of fencing. She originally intended to use |

112 | DS | New | Hard | Geometry | In the figure above, points A, B, C, and D are collinear and AB, BC |

113 | DS | New | Hard | Absolute Values/Modulus/Coordinate Geometry | In the standard (x,y) coordinate plane, what is the slope of the line |

114 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | When opened and lying flat, a birthday card is in the shape of a regul |

115 | DS | | Hard | Geometry | In rectangular region PQRS above, T is a point on side PS. If PS = 4, |

116 | DS | | Very Hard | Geometry/Percent and Interest Problems | The top surface area of a square tabletop was changed so that one of |

117 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | If the lengths of the legs of a right triangle are integers, what is |

118 | DS | Gem | Very Hard | Geometry | If cubical blocks in a display are stacked one on top of the other on |

119 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | Is the perimeter of a certain rectangular garden greater than 50 meter |

120 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | In the figure above, what is the perimeter of PQR ? |

121 | DS | New | Hard | Geometry | In the figure above, the shaded region represents the front of an upri |

122 | DS | New | Medium | Geometry | In the figure above, if the shaded region is rectangular, what is the |

123 | DS | | Hard | Geometry | The figure above shows the dimensions of a square picture frame that |

124 | DS | | Hard | Geometry | In the figure above, segments RS and TU represent two positions of the |

DS Rates/Ratios/Percent |

125 | DS | New | Hard | Fractions/Ratios/Decimals/Word Problems | A large flower arrangement contains 3 types of flowers: carnations, li |

126 | DS | New | Hard | Percent and Interest Problems/Word Problems | Town X has 50,000 residents, some of whom were born in Town X. What pe |

127 | DS | New | Hard | Percent and Interest Problems | A bank account earned 2% annual interest, compounded daily, for as lon |

128 | DS | New | Hard | Percent and Interest Problems | A novelist pays her agent 15% of the royalties she receives from her |

DS Value/Order/Factors |

129 | DS | New | Medium | Number Properties | If x and z are integers, is x + z^2 odd? |

130 | DS | New | Very Hard | Arithmetic | Each entry in the multiplication table above is an integer that is eit |

131 | DS | New | Hard | Number Properties/Word Problems | Given a positive number N, when N is rounded by a certain method (for |

132 | DS | New | Very Hard | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If x is a positive integer, how many positive integers less than x are |

133 | DS | New | Hard | Number Properties | If m and n are positive integers, is n even? |

134 | DS | New | Medium | Number Properties | If m and n are positive integers, what is the value of 3/m + n/4 ? |

135 | DS | New | Very Hard | Word Problems | The first four digits of the six-digit initial password for a shopper' |

136 | DS | | Medium | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If K is a positive integer less than 10 and N = 4,321 + K, what is the |

137 | DS | New | Medium | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If s is an integer, is 24 a divisor of s ? |

138 | DS | New | Medium | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors/Inequalities | n = 2^4*3^2*5^2 and positive integer d is a divisor of n. Is d > n^? |

139 | DS | Gem | Hard | Word Problems | Exactly 3 deposits have been made in a savings account and the amounts |

140 | DS | | Hard | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If x, y, and d are integers and d is odd, are both x and y divisible |

141 | DS | | Medium | Remainders | If x and y are integers, is xy + 1 divisible by 3 ? |

142 | DS | | Hard | Fractions/Ratios/Decimals/Number Properties | If x and y are integers between 10 and 99, inclusive, is (x - y)/9 an |

143 | DS | Gem | Medium | Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If b is the product of three consecutive positive integers c, c + 1 |

144 | DS | | Medium | Arithmetic/Functions and Custom Characters | If denotes a mathematical operation, does xy = yx for all x and y? |

145 | DS | | Medium | Number Properties/Divisibility/Multiples/Factors | If n is an integer, is n/15 an integer? |

146 | DS | | Medium | Inequalities/Fractions/Ratios/Decimals | If 1 < d < 2, is the tenths digit of the decimal representation of d |

147 | DS | New | Hard | Word Problems | The 9 participants in a race were divided into 3 teams with 3 runners |

148 | DS | | Medium | Number Properties | Can the positive integer n be written as the sum of two different posi |

149 | DS | New | Medium | Number Properties | Is x an integer? (1)x^2 is an integer. (2)x/2 is not an integer. |

150 | DS | | Medium | Algebra/Number Properties | If b is an integer, is (a^2 + b^2)^(1/2) an integer? |

Reading Comprehension |

151 | RC | | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Anthropologists once thought that the ancestors of modern humans began |

152 | RC | | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Anthropologists once thought that the ancestors of modern humans began |

153 | RC | | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Anthropologists once thought that the ancestors of modern humans began |

154 | RC | | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Anthropologists once thought that the ancestors of modern humans began |

155 | RC | Gem | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Anthropologists once thought that the ancestors of modern humans began |

156 | RC | | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

157 | RC | | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

158 | RC | | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

159 | RC | Gem | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

160 | RC | Gem | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

161 | RC | Gem | Very Hard | Tone/Social Science/Short Passage | Recent feminist scholarship concerning the United States in the 1920s |

162 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Short Passage | Is there a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy, the Milky |

163 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Short Passage | Is there a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy, the Milky |

164 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Short Passage | Is there a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy, the Milky |

165 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Short Passage | Is there a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy, the Milky |

166 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

167 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

168 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

169 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

170 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

171 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

172 | RC | | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | Despite their many differences of temperament and of literary perspect |

173 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | The final quarter of the nineteenth century marked a turning point in |

174 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | The final quarter of the nineteenth century marked a turning point in |

175 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | The final quarter of the nineteenth century marked a turning point in |

176 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | The final quarter of the nineteenth century marked a turning point in |

177 | RC | New | Very Hard | Science/Long Passage | The final quarter of the nineteenth century marked a turning point in |

178 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

179 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

180 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

181 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

182 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

183 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

184 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

185 | RC | New | Very Hard | Social Science/Long Passage | Critics maintain that the fiction of Herman Melville (18191891) has |

186 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

187 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

188 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

189 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

190 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

191 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

192 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

193 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities/Short Passage | Behind every book review there are two key figures: a book review edit |

194 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

195 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

196 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

197 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

198 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

199 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

200 | RC | New | Very Hard | Humanities | There are two theories that have been used to explain ancient and mode |

CR Analysis Critique |

201 | CR | New | Very Hard | Bold Face CR | Most of Western music since the Renaissance has been based on a seven- |

202 | CR | New | Very Hard | Weaken | In a certain rural area, people normally dispose of household garbage |

203 | CR | New | Hard | Weaken | Suriland cannot both export wheat and keep bread plentiful and afforda |

204 | CR | New | Medium | Evaluate Argument | Sasha: It must be healthy to follow a diet high in animal proteins and |

205 | CR | New | Very Hard | Weaken | Some theorists and critics insist that no aesthetic evaluation of a wo |

206 | CR | New | Hard | Weaken | Banker: My country's laws require every bank to invest in its local co |

207 | CR | New | Hard | Weaken | The contingency-fee system, which allows lawyers and their clients to |

208 | CR | New | Hard | Resolve Paradox | Shirla: In figure skating competitions that allow amateur and professi |

209 | CR | New | Hard | Weaken | Recent observations suggest that small, earthlike worlds form a very |

210 | CR | New | Very Hard | Strengthen | Researchers in City X recently discovered low levels of several pharma |

211 | CR | New | Hard | Strengthen | Errors in the performance of repetitive or boring tasksoften attrib |

212 | CR | New | Hard | Similar Reasoning | City resident: These new digital electronic billboards should be banne |

213 | CR | New | Hard | Strengthen | A fossil recently discovered in Marlandia, a chain of islands, proves |

214 | CR | New | Hard | Weaken | Advertisement: Our competitors' computer salespeople are paid accordin |

215 | CR | New | Hard | Evaluate Argument | Consumer advocate: In our nation, food packages must list the number |

216 | CR | New | Medium | Strengthen | Columnist: Metro City has a lower percentage of residents with humanit |

217 | CR | New | Medium | Evaluate Argument | Psychologist: In a survey, several hundred volunteers rated their own |

218 | CR | New | Medium | Evaluate Argument | Mansour: We should both plan to change some of our investments from co |

219 | CR | New | Very Hard | Strengthen | Scientist: In an experiment, dogs had access to a handle they could pu |

220 | CR | | Hard | Must be True | Most geologists believe oil results from chemical transformations of |

221 | CR | | Very Hard | Evaluate Argument | Meteorologists say that if only they could design an accurate mathemat |

222 | CR | | Medium | Weaken/Evaluate Argument | The lobbyists argued that because there is no statistical evidence tha |

223 | CR | Gem | Hard | Logical Flaw/Similar Reasoning | Since 1978 when the copyright law was changed, books that are less tha |

224 | CR | | Very Hard | Except/Weaken | In the United States, injuries to passengers involved in automobile ac |

225 | CR | New | Medium | Weaken | A country's Aeronautics Board (AB) employs inspectors who make routine |

226 | CR | | Easy | Weaken | The more frequently employees take time to exercise during working hou |

CR Construction/Plan |

227 | CR | New | Very Hard | Assumption | Distressed by his own personal tragedies, the Roman philosopher Cicero |

228 | CR | New | Hard | Evaluate Argument | First discovered several years ago in North American lakes and rivers |

229 | CR | New | Hard | Complete the Passage | Scientist: A greenhouse gas, for example, carbon dioxide, forms a tran |

230 | CR | New | Hard | Resolve Paradox | Beets and carrots are higher in sugar than many other vegetables. They |

231 | CR | New | Hard | Strengthen | Ozone in the stratosphere blocks deadly ultraviolet rays from the sun, |

232 | CR | | Very Hard | Weaken | The recycling of municipal solid waste is widely seen as an environmen |

233 | CR | New | Hard | Assumption | Biologist: Species with broad geographic ranges probably tend to endur |

234 | CR | New | Very Hard | Weaken | Letter to the editor: If the water level in the Searle River Delta con |

235 | CR | New | Very Hard | Assumption | Researchers conditioned a group of flies to associate a particular odo |

236 | CR | New | Very Hard | Weaken | Kayla: Many people are reluctant to shop in our neighborhood because |

237 | CR | New | Hard | Evaluate Argument | A new handheld device purports to determine the severity of concussion |

238 | CR | New | Hard | Inference | Mashika: We already know from polling data that some segments of the e |

239 | CR | | Easy | Resolve Paradox | The proportion of manufacturing companies in Alameda that use microele |

240 | CR | | Medium | Resolve Paradox | The retinas of premature babies are not fully developed at birth. Beca |

241 | CR | | Very Hard | Weaken | Although elementary school children have traditionally received consid |

242 | CR | Gem | Medium | Resolve Paradox | Pharmaceutical companies spend more than ever on research and developm |

243 | CR | Gem | Very Hard | Evaluate Argument | Under the agricultural policies of Country R, farmers can sell any gra |

244 | CR | | Very Hard | Assumption | Exports of United States wood pulp will rise considerably during this |

245 | CR | Gem | Medium | Assumption | A company's personnel director surveyed employees about their satisfac |

246 | CR | | Very Hard | Must be True | There are fundamentally two possible changes in an economy that will |

247 | CR | Gem | Hard | Resolve Paradox | Clearbell Telephone provides slow-dialing (SD) service to customers fo |

248 | CR | | Medium | Strengthen | Manufacturers sometimes discount the price of a product to retailers |

249 | CR | | Hard | Must be True/Conclusion | Advertisement: Today's customers expect high quality. Every advance in |

SC Communication Section |

250 | SC | | Hard | Parallel Structure/Idioms | The prime lending rate is a key rate in the economy: not only are the |

251 | SC | | Hard | Such as/Like/Meaning/Parallel Structure/Pronouns/Which/That | Lacking information about energy use, people tend to overestimate the |

252 | SC | | Hard | Meaning/Pronouns | Evidence of some shifts in the character of violence on television is |

253 | SC | | Medium | Idioms/Parallel Structure | Judge Lois Forer's study asks why do some litigants have a preferred |

254 | SC | | Hard | Such as/Like/Comparisons | During an ice age, the buildup of ice at the poles and the drop in wat |

255 | SC | | Medium | Grammatical Construction/Verb Tense/Form | Added to the increase in hourly wages requested last July, the railroa |

256 | SC | | Very Hard | Comparisons/Construction/Diction | The use of gravity waves, which do not interact with matter in the way |

257 | SC | | Hard | Modifiers/Pronouns | Many of them chiseled from solid rock centuries ago, the mountainous |

258 | SC | | Medium | Pronouns/Construction | Plausible though it sounds, the weakness of the hypothesis is that it |

259 | SC | Gem | Hard | Diction/Parallel Structure | In despite of the steady population flow out from rural areas into |

260 | SC | Gem | Medium | Grammatical Construction/Parallel Structure | Financial uncertainties from the accident at Three Mile Island may pro |

261 | SC | Gem | Medium | Grammatical Construction | Remembered almost as an epic among Americas 12,000 Bosnian Muslims is |

262 | SC | | Medium | Comparisons/Grammatical Construction/Meaning | Like the one reputed to live in Loch Ness, also an inland lake connect |

263 | SC | | Very Hard | Modifiers | A star will compress itself into a white dwarf, a neutron star, or a |

264 | SC | | Easy | Idioms | Although many art patrons can readily differentiate a good debenture |

265 | SC | Gem | Hard | Grammatical Construction | A site once used as an observatory by the Anasazi, ancient pueblo |

266 | SC | Gem | Very Hard | Diction | The cathedrals of the Middle Ages were community centers just as much |

267 | SC | Gem | Medium | Grammatical Construction | The newspaper story accurately recounted the history of the colonial |

268 | SC | Gem | Very Hard | Grammatical Construction/Modifiers/Parallel Structure | An archaeological excavation at what might have been a workshop where |

269 | SC | Gem | Medium | Idioms | Sophisticated laser-guided land graders can now flatten uneven |

270 | SC | Gem | Medium | Comparisons | Because there is not a linguistic census in France, as there is for Br |

271 | SC | New | Medium | Grammatical Construction/Modifiers/Meaning | When adjusted for body weight, children of various age groups in the |

272 | SC | Gem | Medium | Absolute Phrase/Grammatical Construction | When bitter managerial conflicts plague a small company, conflicts |

273 | SC | | Very Hard | Modifiers | A natural response of communities devastated by earthquake or flood is |

274 | SC | Gem | Medium | Absolute Phrase/Verb Tense/Form | Avalanches at Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park killed more than |

275 | SC | New | Medium | Comparisons/Grammatical Construction/Idioms | Because 70 percent of the people of India use wood as their sole fuel |

276 | SC | | Very Hard | Meaning/Subject Verb Agreement | In a crowded, acquisitive world, the disappearance of lifestyles such |

277 | SC | Gem | Medium | Diction/Idioms/Parallel Structure | Before Colette, the female writers of France had been aristocrats |

278 | SC | New | Very Hard | Grammatical Construction | Chinese public buildings erected under a construction code of the Sung |

279 | SC | | Very Hard | Idioms | Some historians of science have argued that science moves forward not |

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280 | SC | | Medium | Idioms/Diction | Indoor air pollution can threaten the health of closely confined farm |

281 | SC | | Medium | Adjectives and Adverbs/Meaning | Carbon-14 dating reveals that the megalithic monuments in Brittany are |

282 | SC | | Easy | Modifiers/Parallel Structure | Some biographers have not only disputed the common notion that Edgar |

283 | SC | New | Medium | Grammatical Construction/Participle Parallelism | The large populations and impressive cultural achievements of the Azte |

284 | SC | | Medium | Idioms/Parallel Structure | The Rorschzch test is gaining new respect as a diagnostic tool because |

285 | SC | Gem | Very Hard | Diction/Parallel Structure | The overall slackening of growth in productivity is influenced less by |

286 | SC | | Very Hard | Idioms/Subject Verb Agreement | It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from |

287 | SC | | Hard | Construction | The spraying of pesticides can be carefully planned, but accidents, |

288 | SC | | Medium | Construction/Parallel Structure | To read of Abigail Adam's lengthy separation from her family, her diff |

289 | SC | | Hard | Modifiers | In the traditional Japanese household, most clothing could be packed |

290 | SC | New | Medium | Adjectives and Adverbs/Parallel Structure | Many states, in search of industries that are clean, fast-growing, and |

291 | SC | Gem | Medium | Grammatical Construction | Much of the hope for continued improvement of the economy lies in the |

292 | SC | New | Easy | Modifiers | Rejecting its argument that the Masters Dog Training Clubs primary |

293 | SC | Gem | Medium | Diction/Parallel Structure | Sartre, an inadvertent guru, had an opinion on everything, painfully |

294 | SC | Gem | Medium | Comparisons/Verb Tense/Form | One analyst of the liquor industry estimated that this year a few |

295 | SC | | Hard | Adjectives and Adverbs/Meaning | Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toy |

296 | SC | | Hard | Idioms | Statisticians studying the health effect of uranium mining on Navajo |

297 | SC | | Hard | Comparisons/Meaning | The effect of the earthquake that caused most of Port Royal to sink in |

298 | SC | | Very Hard | Adjectives and Adverbs/Modifiers | Since the 1930's aircraft manufacturers have tried to build airplanes |

299 | SC | | Hard | Diction/Parallel Structure | A study of children of divorced parents found that ten years |

300 | SC | Gem | Medium | Diction/Idioms/Verb Tense/Form | When Medicare was enacted in 1965, it was aimed at the prevention of a |