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Day-1

1. Recent years have brought minority-owned businesses in the United States unprecedented opportunities as well as new and significant risks.

2. Woodrow Wilson was referring to the liberal idea of the economic market when he said that the free enterprise system is the most efficient economic system.

3. No very satisfactory account of the mechanism that caused the formation of the ocean basins has yet been given

4. The fossil remains of the first flying vertebrates, the pterosaurs, have intrigued paleontologists for more than two centuries

5. How many really suffer as a result of labor market problems? This is one of the most critical yet contentious social policy questions


Day-2

1. In the eighteenth century, Japan’s feudal overlords, from the shogun to the humblest samurai, found themselves under financial stress.

2. Between the eighth and eleventh centuries A.D., the Byzantine Empire staged an almost unparalleled economic and cultural revival

3. Virtually everything astronomers known about objects outside the solar system is based on the detection of photons—quanta of electromagnetic radiation.

4. Most economists in the United States seem captivated by the spell of the free market.

5. Caffeine, the stimulant in coffee, has been called “the most widely used psychoactive substance on Earth


Day-3

1. Immigrants’ adoption of English as their primary language is one measure of assimilation into the larger United States society.

2. The refusal of some countries to extradite persons accused or convicted of terrorist act has focused attention on the problems caused by the political offense exception to extradition.

3. As is well known and has often been described, the machine industry of recent times took its rise by

4. The word democracy may stand for a natural social equality in the body politic or for a constitutional form of government in which power lies more or less directly in the people’s hand.

5. There is substantial evidence that by 1926, with the publication of The Weary Blues, Langston Hughes had broken with two well-established traditions in African American literature.

Day-4

1. Most authoritarian rulers who undertake democratic reforms do so not out of any intrinsic commitment or conversion

2. Until recently, few historians were interested in analyzing the similarities and differences between serfdom in Russia and slavery in the United States.

3. In April 1990 representatives of the Pico Korea Union of electronics workers in Buchon city

4. In the late nineteenth century, the need for women physicians in missionary hospitals in Canton, China

5. Historians attempting to explain how scientific work was done in the laboratory of the seventeenth-century chemist and natural philosopher Robert Boyle

Day-5

1.It has recently been discovered that many attributions of paintings to the seventeenth-century Dutch artist Rembrandt may be false

2. For the poet Phillis Wheatley, who was brought to colonial New England as a slave in 1761, the formal literary code of eighteenth-century English was thrice removed

3. It has become something of a truism in folklore studies that until recently the lore was more often studied than the folk.

4. Many literary scholars believe that Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937) has been the primary influence

5. The career of trumpeter Miles Davis was one of the most astonishingly productive that jazz music has ever seen.
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I have posted the Day-3 topics.
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Day-4 Topics Posted! Follow the post for more LSAT RC questions. :thumbup:
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New post 14 Oct 2017, 10:30
thank you so much Gnpth. Now a days the GMAT RC has become damn difficult. your post will help a lot in tackling GMAT level RC in real exam. i always get scared of RC and have realized that in real exam to get a good score in verbal i have to conquer my fear for RC. and please post more so that we can practice more.
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Day-5 Questions are posted. It is getting tough day by day to find more questions online.
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Sorry to be a pain, but by any chance can we also have a difficulty level indicator?
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New post 03 Nov 2017, 10:26
DogGoesWoof wrote:
Sorry to be a pain, but by any chance can we also have a difficulty level indicator?


It is really hard to estimate the difficult level of a passage in RC section since each contains many questions with different difficult levels. Currently, those RC questions on this forum could display the correct percent, not the difficult level as those questions in CR and SC.
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broall I understand sir, thanks! I guess it doesn't matter what the level is, the aim is to solve them all!

Gnpth thanks for all the amazing compilations!
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New post 29 Dec 2017, 06:13
I wana know one thing, how good these RC's are to increase accuracy level of candidate? Are lsat RCs really important?
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