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Young Enterprise Services (YES) is a federal program created to encourage entrepreneurship in 14- to 18-year-olds who have already shown a clear aptitude for starting business ventures. The program, started in 2002, has provided loans, grants, and counseling—in the form of workshops and individual meetings with established entrepreneurs—to over 7500 young people. The future of YES, however, is now in jeopardy. A number of damaging criticisms have been leveled at the program, and members of the congressional agency that provides the funding have suggested that YES may be scaled down or even dismantled entirely.

One complaint is that the funds that YES distributes have disproportionally gone to young people from economically disadvantaged families, despite the program’s stated goal of being blind to any criteria besides merit. Though no one has claimed that any of the recipients of YES funds have been undeserving, several families have brought lawsuits claiming that their requests for funding were rejected because of the families’ relatively high levels of income. The resulting publicity was an embarrassment to the YES administrators, one of whom resigned.

Another challenge has been the admittedly difficult task of ensuring that a young person, not his or her family, is truly the driving force behind a venture. The rules state that the business plan must be created by the youth, and that any profits in excess of $1,000 be placed in an escrow account that can only be used for education, investment in the venture, and little else, for a period that is determined by the age of the recipient. Despite this, several grants had to be returned after it was discovered that parents—or in one case, a neighbor—were misusing YES funds to promote their own business ideas. To make matters worse, the story of the returned monies was at first denied by a YES spokesperson who then had to retract the denial, leading to more bad press.

In truth, YES has had some real success stories. A 14-year-old girl in Texas used the knowledge and funding she received through the program to connect with a distributor who now carries her line of custom-designed cell phone covers. Two brothers in Alaska have developed an online travel advisory service for young people vacationing with their families. Both of these ventures are profitable, and both companies have gained a striking amount of brand recognition in a very short time. However, YES has been pitifully lax in trumpeting these encouraging stories. Local press notwithstanding, these and other successes have received little media coverage. This is a shame, but one that can be remedied. The administrators of YES should heed the advice given in one of the program’s own publications: “No business venture, whatever its appeal, will succeed for long without an active approach to public relations.”


1. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for this passage?
(A) “Recent Difficulties in the YES Program”
(B) “Federal Entrepreneurship Programs for Young Adults”
(C) “Successes of the YES Program”
(D) “Common Challenges Facing Federal Programs”
(E) “The YES Program: How to Overcome Recent Challenges”



2. The author of the passage would most likely describe YES as a _______.
(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair
(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors
(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility
(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged
(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding



3.3. All of the following are discussed in the passage except ______.
(A) the resignation of some YES administrators
(B) bad press resulting from financial improprieties
(C) lawsuits against YES
(D) the YES program’s stated goals
(E) current levels of YES funding




4. The primary purpose of the passage is to ______.
(A) detail the approach that should be taken in remedying YES’s public relations problems
(B) defend YES from the various criticisms that have been leveled against it
(C) suggest a way to improve the program
(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program
(E) make that case that YES, despite some difficulties, has been quite successful for
some people who have taken part in the program



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Can anyone explain the choice C of Q.4. I didn't get it
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Young Enterprise Services (YES) is a federal program created to encourage entrepreneurship in 14- to 18-year-olds who have already shown a clear aptitude for starting business ventures. The program, started in 2002, has provided loans, grants, and counseling—in the form of workshops and individual meetings with established entrepreneurs—to over 7500 young people. The future of YES, however, is now in jeopardy. A number of damaging criticisms have been leveled at the program, and members of the congressional agency that provides the funding have suggested that YES may be scaled down or even dismantled entirely.

One complaint is that the funds that YES distributes have disproportionally gone to young people from economically disadvantaged families, despite the program’s stated goal of being blind to any criteria besides merit. Though no one has claimed that any of the recipients of YES funds have been undeserving, several families have brought lawsuits claiming that their requests for funding were rejected because of the families’ relatively high levels of income. The resulting publicity was an embarrassment to the YES administrators, one of whom resigned.

Another challenge has been the admittedly difficult task of ensuring that a young person, not his or her family, is truly the driving force behind a venture. The rules state that the business plan must be created by the youth, and that any profits in excess of $1,000 be placed in an escrow account that can only be used for education, investment in the venture, and little else, for a period that is determined by the age of the recipient. Despite this, several grants had to be returned after it was discovered that parents—or in one case, a neighbor—were misusing YES funds to promote their own business ideas. To make matters worse, the story of the returned monies was at first denied by a YES spokesperson who then had to retract the denial, leading to more bad press.

In truth, YES has had some real success stories. A 14-year-old girl in Texas used the knowledge and funding she received through the program to connect with a distributor who now carries her line of custom-designed cell phone covers. Two brothers in Alaska have developed an online travel advisory service for young people vacationing with their families. Both of these ventures are profitable, and both companies have gained a striking amount of brand recognition in a very short time. However, YES has been pitifully lax in trumpeting these encouraging stories. Local press notwithstanding, these and other successes have received little media coverage. This is a shame, but one that can be remedied. The administrators of YES should heed the advice given in one of the program’s own publications: “No business venture, whatever its appeal, will succeed for long without an active approach to public relations.”


1. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for this passage?
(A) “Recent Difficulties in the YES Program”
(B) “Federal Entrepreneurship Programs for Young Adults”
(C) “Successes of the YES Program”
(D) “Common Challenges Facing Federal Programs”
(E) “The YES Program: How to Overcome Recent Challenges”


2. The author of the passage would most likely describe YES as a _______.
(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair
(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors
(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility
(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged
(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding


3.3. All of the following are discussed in the passage except ______.
(A) the resignation of some YES administrators
(B) bad press resulting from financial improprieties
(C) lawsuits against YES
(D) the YES program’s stated goals
(E) current levels of YES funding



4. The primary purpose of the passage is to ______.
(A) detail the approach that should be taken in remedying YES’s public relations problems
(B) defend YES from the various criticisms that have been leveled against it
(C) suggest a way to improve the program
(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program
(E) make that case that YES, despite some difficulties, has been quite successful for
some people who have taken part in the program



I am not quite convinced with answers to Qs 1 and 4. Answer for 1 should be A and 4 should be E.Would appreciate if anyone explains this.
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I agree with the doubt for question 4. In my thought it was between B and E, but C was out of scope. Someone who can clarify?

or Gnpth maybe post the OE?
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1. A
2. D
3. E
4. E

questions 1 and 4 are general questions and anwers should encompass most information in passage. Options suggested as correct don't do so
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I think Q1 and Q4 is wrong

1-A
2-D
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4-D

For Q4: In my opinion, not all of the choices is perfect, but choice D at least covers it more broadly. Choice E is only mentioned in the final paragraph with two distinct examples. I do not think E is the right answer.

(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program

For choice D: Author mentions the criticisms in the first paragraph and outline challenges in the 2nd and 3rd paragraph and finally mentions lack of press coverage (that is a problem), thus (IMO) answer should be D.

For Q1: The author barely mentions some solutions to overcome recent challenges. Choice E is the best wrong choice.
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It may seems that C is in-correct for question-4 But infact it is correct answer.
OE: Options D & E explains only section of the passage and they leave out the all-important opinion and prescription of the author.
A is off topic.
B- Author is not defending the YES against criticism.
C- Perfectly captures the primary purpose. To give the author's opinion about how to save YES. The first 3 paragraph are only there as set-up for the final all important paragraph.
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I think Q1 and Q4 is wrong

1-A
2-D
3-E
4-D

For Q4: In my opinion, not all of the choices is perfect, but choice D at least covers it more broadly. Choice E is only mentioned in the final paragraph with two distinct examples. I do not think E is the right answer.

(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program

For choice D: Author mentions the criticisms in the first paragraph and outline challenges in the 2nd and 3rd paragraph and finally mentions lack of press coverage (that is a problem), thus (IMO) answer should be D.

For Q1: The author barely mentions some solutions to overcome recent challenges. Choice E is the best wrong choice.


This is a tricky question my friend. For question-4 i have already mentioned the OE. And For Question-1:

A- too narrow and leaves out all important 4th paragraph. The passage goal is not highlight difficulties but rather to highlight author's opinion of how to fix it. C is also too narrow.
B & D: are way too broad- The passage is about specifics of YES program not about federal programs in general.

E has proper scope and topic. The passage is about YES program and the author's ideas for how to overcome recent difficulties.
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Hi,

For Question 1,

Let me summarize the para

Para 1,What is YES, and Author shows concern about the future of YES is uncertain.

Para2, Complaint one, Regarding the funding of the business idea. Its being YES distributes have dis proportionally gone to young people from economically disadvantaged families. But there is no such substantive claim.

Pata2,another complaint/challenges , misusing of fund by elder people.

Para 3, Positive outcome of YES, Two success stories are mentioned and due to poor media action , there was little media coverage.
and author advice the administrator given in one of the program’s own publications.

Now coming to the option E, where does the author mentions How to overcome the recent challenges,
The only line which the author has advice was the last line of the final paragraph, see below.

"The administrators of YES should heed the advice given in one of the program’s own publications: “No business venture, whatever its appeal, will succeed for long without an active approach to public relations.”

and in all the other para only complaint & challenges were discuss. No where any solution or advice is mentioned.

So , merely with line highlighted above , we cant say such statement that author has mentioned How to overcome recent challenges?

and similar line of reasoning is application for Question 4, option C, although option E is also not a good option. Still Option C is also not the best among the other options.

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Young Enterprise Services (YES) is a federal program created to encourage entrepreneurship in 14- to 18-year-olds who have already shown a clear aptitude for starting business ventures. The program, started in 2002, has provided loans, grants, and counseling—in the form of workshops and individual meetings with established entrepreneurs—to over 7500 young people. The future of YES, however, is now in jeopardy. A number of damaging criticisms have been leveled at the program, and members of the congressional agency that provides the funding have suggested that YES may be scaled down or even dismantled entirely.

One complaint is that the funds that YES distributes have disproportionally gone to young people from economically disadvantaged families, despite the program’s stated goal of being blind to any criteria besides merit. Though no one has claimed that any of the recipients of YES funds have been undeserving, several families have brought lawsuits claiming that their requests for funding were rejected because of the families’ relatively high levels of income. The resulting publicity was an embarrassment to the YES administrators, one of whom resigned.

Another challenge has been the admittedly difficult task of ensuring that a young person, not his or her family, is truly the driving force behind a venture. The rules state that the business plan must be created by the youth, and that any profits in excess of $1,000 be placed in an escrow account that can only be used for education, investment in the venture, and little else, for a period that is determined by the age of the recipient. Despite this, several grants had to be returned after it was discovered that parents—or in one case, a neighbor—were misusing YES funds to promote their own business ideas. To make matters worse, the story of the returned monies was at first denied by a YES spokesperson who then had to retract the denial, leading to more bad press.

In truth, YES has had some real success stories. A 14-year-old girl in Texas used the knowledge and funding she received through the program to connect with a distributor who now carries her line of custom-designed cell phone covers. Two brothers in Alaska have developed an online travel advisory service for young people vacationing with their families. Both of these ventures are profitable, and both companies have gained a striking amount of brand recognition in a very short time. However, YES has been pitifully lax in trumpeting these encouraging stories. Local press notwithstanding, these and other successes have received little media coverage. This is a shame, but one that can be remedied. The administrators of YES should heed the advice given in one of the program’s own publications: “No business venture, whatever its appeal, will succeed for long without an active approach to public relations.”


1. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for this passage?
(A) “Recent Difficulties in the YES Program”
(B) “Federal Entrepreneurship Programs for Young Adults”
(C) “Successes of the YES Program”
(D) “Common Challenges Facing Federal Programs”
(E) “The YES Program: How to Overcome Recent Challenges”



2. The author of the passage would most likely describe YES as a _______.
(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair
(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors
(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility
(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged
(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding



3.3. All of the following are discussed in the passage except ______.
(A) the resignation of some YES administrators
(B) bad press resulting from financial improprieties
(C) lawsuits against YES
(D) the YES program’s stated goals
(E) current levels of YES funding




4. The primary purpose of the passage is to ______.
(A) detail the approach that should be taken in remedying YES’s public relations problems
(B) defend YES from the various criticisms that have been leveled against it
(C) suggest a way to improve the program
(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program
(E) make that case that YES, despite some difficulties, has been quite successful for
some people who have taken part in the program





The answer to question no. 4 is indeed (C). When we say "primary purpose" would be the one that covers the entire passage, we are giving you one way of recognising the primary purpose. What role does the conclusion play in an argument? It is what gives the opinion of the author. It is the reason the author writes the argument.
The primary purpose has exactly the same role in an RC passage - it is the reason the author writes the passage.

The author introduces the program, gives the issues it is facing, talks abt the success stories and how the program has not capitalised on them. And then he closes with an advice to the program. This is the purpose of writing the entire passage.
Even though in a large part of the passage he details the problems being faced, was his intention just to point out the problems? No, he wanted to give advice on how to improve the program. That is the point he wants to make.
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Young Enterprise Services (YES) is a federal program created to encourage entrepreneurship in 14- to 18-year-olds who have already shown a clear aptitude for starting business ventures. The program, started in 2002, has provided loans, grants, and counseling—in the form of workshops and individual meetings with established entrepreneurs—to over 7500 young people. The future of YES, however, is now in jeopardy. A number of damaging criticisms have been leveled at the program, and members of the congressional agency that provides the funding have suggested that YES may be scaled down or even dismantled entirely.

One complaint is that the funds that YES distributes have disproportionally gone to young people from economically disadvantaged families, despite the program’s stated goal of being blind to any criteria besides merit. Though no one has claimed that any of the recipients of YES funds have been undeserving, several families have brought lawsuits claiming that their requests for funding were rejected because of the families’ relatively high levels of income. The resulting publicity was an embarrassment to the YES administrators, one of whom resigned.

Another challenge has been the admittedly difficult task of ensuring that a young person, not his or her family, is truly the driving force behind a venture. The rules state that the business plan must be created by the youth, and that any profits in excess of $1,000 be placed in an escrow account that can only be used for education, investment in the venture, and little else, for a period that is determined by the age of the recipient. Despite this, several grants had to be returned after it was discovered that parents—or in one case, a neighbor—were misusing YES funds to promote their own business ideas. To make matters worse, the story of the returned monies was at first denied by a YES spokesperson who then had to retract the denial, leading to more bad press.

In truth, YES has had some real success stories. A 14-year-old girl in Texas used the knowledge and funding she received through the program to connect with a distributor who now carries her line of custom-designed cell phone covers. Two brothers in Alaska have developed an online travel advisory service for young people vacationing with their families. Both of these ventures are profitable, and both companies have gained a striking amount of brand recognition in a very short time. However, YES has been pitifully lax in trumpeting these encouraging stories. Local press notwithstanding, these and other successes have received little media coverage. This is a shame, but one that can be remedied. The administrators of YES should heed the advice given in one of the program’s own publications: “No business venture, whatever its appeal, will succeed for long without an active approach to public relations.”


1. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for this passage?
(A) “Recent Difficulties in the YES Program”
(B) “Federal Entrepreneurship Programs for Young Adults”
(C) “Successes of the YES Program”
(D) “Common Challenges Facing Federal Programs”
(E) “The YES Program: How to Overcome Recent Challenges”



2. The author of the passage would most likely describe YES as a _______.
(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair
(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors
(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility
(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged
(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding



3.3. All of the following are discussed in the passage except ______.
(A) the resignation of some YES administrators
(B) bad press resulting from financial improprieties
(C) lawsuits against YES
(D) the YES program’s stated goals
(E) current levels of YES funding




4. The primary purpose of the passage is to ______.
(A) detail the approach that should be taken in remedying YES’s public relations problems
(B) defend YES from the various criticisms that have been leveled against it
(C) suggest a way to improve the program
(D) detail several criticisms and problems of the YES program
(E) make that case that YES, despite some difficulties, has been quite successful for
some people who have taken part in the program





The answer to question no. 4 is indeed (C). When we say "primary purpose" would be the one that covers the entire passage, we are giving you one way of recognising the primary purpose. What role does the conclusion play in an argument? It is what gives the opinion of the author. It is the reason the author writes the argument.
The primary purpose has exactly the same role in an RC passage - it is the reason the author writes the passage.

The author introduces the program, gives the issues it is facing, talks abt the success stories and how the program has not capitalised on them. And then he closes with an advice to the program. This is the purpose of writing the entire passage.
Even though in a large part of the passage he details the problems being faced, was his intention just to point out the problems? No, he wanted to give advice on how to improve the program. That is the point he wants to make.


Could you please explain Answer D for Q2
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2. The author of the passage would most likely describe YES as a _______.
(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair
(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors
(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility
(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged
(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding



Could you please explain Answer D for Q2


(A) failed enterprise that is beyond repair

Not so. The author tells us about the success stories and how the organisation can do better - by trumpeting these stories.

(B) noble effort that has been hampered by external factors

The factors are internal too such as YES spokesperson denied the story and then retracted. Besides, noble may not be the right word.

(C) limited success that can be improved through greater fiscal responsibility

The way of improvement the author has suggested is "trumpeting the stories", not greater fiscal responsibility.

(D) potentially worthy program that has been mismanaged

This is correct. YES has been facing problems but has had successes. Also, elimination of other 4 choices which are certainly incorrect helps arrive at this as the answer.

(E) waste of public resources that should never have received funding

Not true. The author doesn't consider it a waste.
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