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# Difference between Main Point Question and Primary Purpose Question

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08 Mar 2019, 13:32
Hi my honorable experts RonPurewal, MartyTargetTestPrep, jennpt, AjiteshArun, ccooley, DmitryFarber, VeritasKarishma, GMATNinja, egmat, generis.
Is there any core difference(s) between Main Point Question and Primary Purpose Question in Reading Comprehension? If any, how will someone separate these sorts of question in RC?
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08 Mar 2019, 13:36
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No at all.

They state the main meaning of the passage as a whole and indicate exactly the same thing

There is nothing to specifically adding more.

It is simply that.

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# Difference between Main Point Question and Primary Purpose Question

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