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The student was extremely foolhardy; he had the ____ to question the senior professor's judgment.

A. wisdom
B. temerity
C. interest
D. trepidation
E. condescension

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stolyar wrote:
Complete:

The student was extremely foolhardy; he had the ____ to question the senior professor's judgment.

A. wisdom
B. temerity
C. interest
D. trepidation
E. condescension

taken from http://www.takesat.com



condescension is the word I happened to know; I found it in the WORD Smart by Princeton, but unfortunately it means the opposite. I had to cheat and look up in the dictionary the correct word.... :oops:
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Why are you answering questions on the frickin SAT

There are no blondes( vocabulary) on the test.
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VTay25 wrote:
Why are you answering questions on the frickin SAT

There are no blondes( vocabulary) on the test.


Well, many of us are not native speakers; therefore, the verbal part of the gmat is a torture for us. We need a lot of practice, so any interesting verbal questions are helpful. Moreover, there are not so many verbal exercises available.

If you are a native English speaker, then just imagine your behavior while taking an aptitude test in Russian for example. This thought should answer your question.
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VTay25 wrote:
No, I meant there is no vocabulary for GMAT


You are welcome to post new verbal questions if you have any. We lack them. I myself have posted all that I have, so I need to search for new ones somewhere else. For example, among SAT questions.
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