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Is this an Official Passage?

Sajjad1994, bb I have exhausted all the Official GMAT Prep RC questions. Can you suggest other reliable sources? And for most of the Official LSAT and Official GRE Questions, I do not see the explanations posted on the group.­
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Is this an Official Passage?

Sajjad1994, bb I have exhausted all the Official GMAT Prep RC questions. Can you suggest other reliable sources? And for most of the Official LSAT and Official GRE Questions, I do not see the explanations posted on the group.


This is the Official GRE Passage from GRE OG Big Book

The second best practice resource is LSAT RC.
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Hi Sajjad1994,

Can you post the difficult level of these questions and Official answer for Question 1?
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Hi Sajjad1994,

Can you post the difficult level of these questions and Official answer for Question 1?


Hello GoodDay22

The following should, IMO, be the difficulty level of each question.

Question 1: 600
Question 2: 700
Question 3: 600
Question 4: 550
Question 5: 500
Question 6: 650-700
Question 7: 700+

OA to question #1 is D; OE is not available at my resources but you can read the existing available explanations in the posts in the links below.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/in-the-early ... l#p2299074

https://gmatclub.com/forum/in-the-early ... l#p2299446

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Re: In the early 1950's, historians who studied preindustrial Europe (whic [#permalink]
Hi Sajjad1994,

Thank you.

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Re: In the early 1950's, historians who studied preindustrial Europe (whic [#permalink]
can someone please explain question no.7 , with each option choice explanation

JAI HIND !
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