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Q1. Patrice, whom according to the classical musician community is a virtuoso, plays in a unique style which is all her own but which also embodies a warmth prevalent during the golden age of violin playing. A. whom according to the classical musician community is a virtuoso, plays in a unique style which is all her own but which also embodies B. considered a virtuoso by the community of classical musicians, plays in a style all her own which at the same time embodies C. regarded by classical musicians as being a virtuoso, plays in a unique style all her own yet embodies D. regarded by classical musicians as a virtuoso, who plays in a style all her own which at the same time embodies E. whom the community of classical musicians would consider to be a virtuoso, plays in a unique style while at the same time embodying Difficulty - Hard



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Q2. Spontaneous internal bleeding and the formation of blood clots and malignancies present considerable risk during the post-heart transplant recovery process. (A) Spontaneous internal bleeding and the formation of blood clots and malignancies present considerable risk during the post-heart transplant recovery process. (B) The reason the post-heart transplant recovery process presents a considerably risk is because of spontaneous internal bleeding and the formation of blood clots and malignancies. (C) A considerable risk is presented during the post-heart transplant recovery process, where internal bleeding is spontaneous and the formation of blood clots and malignancies. (D) The post-heart transplant recovery process presents a considerable risk due to the fact of spontaneous internal bleeding, and blood clots and malignancies are formed. (E) Spontaneous internal bleeding, along with the formation of blood clots and malignancies, are what make the post-heart transplant recovery process risky.



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Q1. Nicknamed the Napoleon of the dinosaur kingdom, N. Hoglundi seemed as armed with a smaller body to adapt to their Cretaceous Arctic environment that experienced seasonal temperature extremes and variations in available food sources.

a. seemed as armed with a smaller body to adapt to their Cretaceous Arctic environment that

b. seemed to have been armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that had

c. seems as armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that

d. seems to have been armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that

e. seems to be armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that had



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Q2. In Sweden, a non-profit association is an organization dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest having at least three founders and earns no financial profit.

(A) an organization dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest having at least three founders and earns no financial profit

(B) one that earns no financial profit with at least three founders and is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest

(C) an organization with at least three founders, earns no financial profit, and is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest

(D) one that has at least three founders, is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest, and earns no financial profit

(E) one that has at least three founders, no financial profit, and it is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest


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Q1. Historian: Newton developed mathematical concepts and techniques that are fundamental to modern calculus. Leibniz developed closely analogous concepts and techniques. It has traditionally been thought that these discoveries were independent. Researchers have, however, recently discovered notes of Leibniz’s that discuss one of Newton’s books on mathematics. Several scholars have argued that since the book includes a presentation of Newton’s calculus concepts and techniques, and since the notes were written before Leibniz’s own development of calculus concepts and techniques, it is virtually certain that the traditional view is false. A more cautious conclusion than this is called for, however. Leibniz’s notes are limited to early sections of Newton’s book, sections that precede the ones in which Newton’s calculus concepts and techniques are presented. In the historian’s reasoning, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles? (A) The first is a claim that the historian rejects; the second is a position that that claim has been used to support. (B) The first is evidence that has been used to support a conclusion about which the historian expresses reservations; the second is that conclusion. (C) The first provides evidence in support of a position that the historian defends; the second is that position. (D) The first and the second each provide evidence in support of a position that the historian defends. (E) The first has been used in support of a position that the historian rejects; the second is a conclusion that the historian draws from that position.

option B

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Q2. Scientists typically do their most creative work before the age of forty. It is commonly thought that this happens because aging by itself brings about a loss of creative capacity. However, studies show that of scientists who produce highly creative work beyond the age of forty, a disproportionately large number entered their field at an older age than is usual. Since by the age of forty the large majority of scientists have been working in their field for at least fifteen years, the studies’ finding strongly suggests that the real reason why scientists over forty rarely produce highly creative work is not that they have aged but rather that scientists over forty have generally spent too long in their field. In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles? (A) The first is a claim, the accuracy of which is at issue in the argument; the second is a conclusion drawn on the basis of that claim. (B) The first is an objection that has been raised against a position defended in the argument; the second is that position. (C) The first is evidence that has been used to support an explanation that the argument challenges; the second is that explanation. (D) The first is evidence that has been used to support an explanation that the argument challenges; the second is a competing explanation that the argument favors. (E) The first provides evidence to support an explanation that the argument favors; the second is that explanation. Difficulty - Hard

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One doubt: Can we download all the questions from a difficulty level given on gmat club website?

I mean all questions in single pdf
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In case you need detailed solutions of these questions (19th oct) , you can refer to links 1) http://bit.ly/3rX4nmq 2) http://bit.ly/3s42EvB
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Q1. Nicknamed the Napoleon of the dinosaur kingdom, N. Hoglundi seemed as armed with a smaller body to adapt to their Cretaceous Arctic environment that experienced seasonal temperature extremes and variations in available food sources. a. seemed as armed with a smaller body to adapt to their Cretaceous Arctic environment that b. seemed to have been armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that had c. seems as armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that d. seems to have been armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that e. seems to be armed with a smaller body to adapt to its Cretaceous Arctic environment that had Difficulty - Hard



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Q2. In Sweden, a non-profit association is an organization dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest having at least three founders and earns no financial profit. (A) an organization dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest having at least three founders and earns no financial profit (B) one that earns no financial profit with at least three founders and is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest (C) an organization with at least three founders, earns no financial profit, and is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest (D) one that has at least three founders, is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest, and earns no financial profit (E) one that has at least three founders, no financial profit, and it is dedicated to either the welfare of its members or the public interest Difficulty - Hard



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Q1. Journalistic ethics demand that reporters protect the identities of individuals who speak to them on condition that they not be named.

(A) that they not be named

(B) that their names will not be used

(C) that their names are not used

(D) of not being named

(E) they will not be named


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Q2. Contrary to earlier assurances, it is likely that increased water pollution as a result of dumping iron off the coast of Antarctica would hasten global warming by poisoning phytoplankton that absorb large quantities of carbon dioxide.

(A) increased water pollution as a result of dumping

(B) increasing pollution in the water resulting from the dumping of

(C) increased water pollution resulting from the dumping of

(D) pollution in the water that increase from dumping

(E) water pollution that increased from dumping
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Q1. Historian: Newton developed mathematical concepts and techniques that are fundamental to modern calculus. Leibniz developed closely analogous concepts and techniques. It has traditionally been thought that these discoveries were independent. Researchers have, however, recently discovered notes of Leibniz’s that discuss one of Newton’s books on mathematics. Several scholars have argued that since the book includes a presentation of Newton’s calculus concepts and techniques, and since the notes were written before Leibniz’s own development of calculus concepts and techniques, it is virtually certain that the traditional view is false. A more cautious conclusion than this is called for, however. Leibniz’s notes are limited to early sections of Newton’s book, sections that precede the ones in which Newton’s calculus concepts and techniques are presented. In the historian’s reasoning, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles? (A) The first is a claim that the historian rejects; the second is a position that that claim has been used to support. (B) The first is evidence that has been used to support a conclusion about which the historian expresses reservations; the second is that conclusion. (C) The first provides evidence in support of a position that the historian defends; the second is that position. (D) The first and the second each provide evidence in support of a position that the historian defends. (E) The first has been used in support of a position that the historian rejects; the second is a conclusion that the historian draws from that position.



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Q2. Scientists typically do their most creative work before the age of forty. It is commonly thought that this happens because aging by itself brings about a loss of creative capacity. However, studies show that of scientists who produce highly creative work beyond the age of forty, a disproportionately large number entered their field at an older age than is usual. Since by the age of forty the large majority of scientists have been working in their field for at least fifteen years, the studies’ finding strongly suggests that the real reason why scientists over forty rarely produce highly creative work is not that they have aged but rather that scientists over forty have generally spent too long in their field. In the argument given, the two portions in boldface play which of the following roles? (A) The first is a claim, the accuracy of which is at issue in the argument; the second is a conclusion drawn on the basis of that claim. (B) The first is an objection that has been raised against a position defended in the argument; the second is that position. (C) The first is evidence that has been used to support an explanation that the argument challenges; the second is that explanation. (D) The first is evidence that has been used to support an explanation that the argument challenges; the second is a competing explanation that the argument favors. (E) The first provides evidence to support an explanation that the argument favors; the second is that explanation. Difficulty - Hard



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Q1. In many countries, the influence of fringe movements is increasing. The great centrifugal engine of modern culture turns faster and faster, spinning off fashions, ideologies, religions, artistic movements, economic theories, cultures, and dogmas in fabulous profusion. Hence, the modern culture threatens the national identities that now exist in the world.

Which of the following statement, if true, most seriously weakens the argument?

A. New national identities are often forged out of conflicts among diverse groups.

B. A stable identity is typically a composite of a staggering number of subcultures,

C. The rate of cultural change in most countries will soon change drastically.

D. It is preferable to have a pluralistic than a monolithic national culture.

E. A culture with a solidified national identity tends to have more social problems than one without such an identity.


Difficulty - Hard

Q2. The higher the average fat intake among the residents of a country, the higher the incidence of cancer in that country; the lower the average fat intake, the lower the incidence of cancer. So individuals who want to reduce their risk of cancer should reduce their fat intake.

Which one of the following, if true, most weaken the argument?


(A) The differences in average fat intake between countries are often due to the varying makeup of traditional diets.

(B) The countries with a high average fat intake tend to be among the wealthiest in the world.

(C) Cancer is a prominent cause of death in countries with a low average fat intake.

(D) The countries with high average fat intake are also the countries with highest levels of environmental pollution.

(E) An individual resident of a country whose population has a high average fat intake may have a diet with a low fat intake.


Difficulty - Hard

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One doubt: Can we download all the questions from a difficulty level given on gmat club website?

No, you cant download question with difficulty level. But you can copy questions and create your own datasheet with difficulty level
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One doubt: Can we download all the questions from a difficulty level given on gmat club website?

you can download questions by clicking on this option. (see top of the question )
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Q2. The higher the average fat intake among the residents of a country, the higher the incidence of cancer in that country; the lower the average fat intake, the lower the incidence of cancer. So individuals who want to reduce their risk of cancer should reduce their fat intake. Which one of the following, if true, most weaken the argument? (A) The differences in average fat intake between countries are often due to the varying makeup of traditional diets. (B) The countries with a high average fat intake tend to be among the wealthiest in the world. (C) Cancer is a prominent cause of death in countries with a low average fat intake. (D) The countries with high average fat intake are also the countries with highest levels of environmental pollution. (E) An individual resident of a country whose population has a high average fat intake may have a diet with a low fat intake. Difficulty - Hard

Premise - > Higher level of fat intake in a country. Conclusion -> Higher rate of cancer in that country. A -> Traditional diet -> not related, B -> Same as A, wealthiest, C -> A country with low fat intake but still have high cancer rate -> This weaken the argument, D -> Same as A and B, not related to pollution, E, same as A,B and D, not related to population number.

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Q2. The higher the average fat intake among the residents of a country, the higher the incidence of cancer in that country; the lower the average fat intake, the lower the incidence of cancer. So individuals who want to reduce their risk of cancer should reduce their fat intake. Which one of the following, if true, most weaken the argument? (A) The differences in average fat intake between countries are often due to the varying makeup of traditional diets. (B) The countries with a high average fat intake tend to be among the wealthiest in the world. (C) Cancer is a prominent cause of death in countries with a low average fat intake. (D) The countries with high average fat intake are also the countries with highest levels of environmental pollution. (E) An individual resident of a country whose population has a high average fat intake may have a diet with a low fat intake. Difficulty - Hard

D it is. C is a trap and not a weakener

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Q1. In many countries, the influence of fringe movements is increasing. The great centrifugal engine of modern culture turns faster and faster, spinning off fashions, ideologies, religions, artistic movements, economic theories, cultures, and dogmas in fabulous profusion. Hence, the modern culture threatens the national identities that now exist in the world. Which of the following statement, if true, most seriously weakens the argument? A. New national identities are often forged out of conflicts among diverse groups. B. A stable identity is typically a composite of a staggering number of subcultures, C. The rate of cultural change in most countries will soon change drastically. D. It is preferable to have a pluralistic than a monolithic national culture. E. A culture with a solidified national identity tends to have more social problems than one without such an identity. Difficulty - Hard

B for this one
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D it is. C is a trap and not a weakener

Ahh I got it now. Thanks for the answer
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Q1. Journalistic ethics demand that reporters protect the identities of individuals who speak to them on condition that they not be named. (A) that they not be named (B) that their names will not be used (C) that their names are not used (D) of not being named (E) they will not be named Difficulty - Hard

IMO option D

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Q1. In many countries, the influence of fringe movements is increasing. The great centrifugal engine of modern culture turns faster and faster, spinning off fashions, ideologies, religions, artistic movements, economic theories, cultures, and dogmas in fabulous profusion. Hence, the modern culture threatens the national identities that now exist in the world. Which of the following statement, if true, most seriously weakens the argument? A. New national identities are often forged out of conflicts among diverse groups. B. A stable identity is typically a composite of a staggering number of subcultures, C. The rate of cultural change in most countries will soon change drastically. D. It is preferable to have a pluralistic than a monolithic national culture. E. A culture with a solidified national identity tends to have more social problems than one without such an identity. Difficulty - Hard

IMO B seriously weakens the argument.
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Q1. In many countries, the influence of fringe movements is increasing. The great centrifugal engine of modern culture turns faster and faster, spinning off fashions, ideologies, religions, artistic movements, economic theories, cultures, and dogmas in fabulous profusion. Hence, the modern culture threatens the national identities that now exist in the world. Which of the following statement, if true, most seriously weakens the argument? A. New national identities are often forged out of conflicts among diverse groups. B. A stable identity is typically a composite of a staggering number of subcultures, C. The rate of cultural change in most countries will soon change drastically. D. It is preferable to have a pluralistic than a monolithic national culture. E. A culture with a solidified national identity tends to have more social problems than one without such an identity. Difficulty - Hard

B looks like the contender

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Q2. The higher the average fat intake among the residents of a country, the higher the incidence of cancer in that country; the lower the average fat intake, the lower the incidence of cancer. So individuals who want to reduce their risk of cancer should reduce their fat intake. Which one of the following, if true, most weaken the argument? (A) The differences in average fat intake between countries are often due to the varying makeup of traditional diets. (B) The countries with a high average fat intake tend to be among the wealthiest in the world. (C) Cancer is a prominent cause of death in countries with a low average fat intake. (D) The countries with high average fat intake are also the countries with highest levels of environmental pollution. (E) An individual resident of a country whose population has a high average fat intake may have a diet with a low fat intake. Difficulty - Hard

Was confused between C and D. C seems like a trap choice. D seems like the answer.
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