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The following passage shows one way a test taker might mark a passage to assist in understanding the information given and to quickly return to particular information in the passage when necessary. You may find that circling works better for you or using other marks that you personally find helpful. Sample passage: Human beings have in recent years discovered that they may have succeeded in achieving a momentous but rather unwanted accomplishment. Because of our numbers and our technology, it now seems likely that we have begun altering (5) the climate of our planet.
Is the word extreme, harsh, soft, or gentle? Sample: 7. LOUD : BLARING :: (A) impotent : potent (B) tepid : warm (C) surprising : shocking (D) cool : calm ( E) noise : quiet The best choice is (C). Say that you don’t know the meaning of the term blaring, but you do recall hearing it used very negatively. So you could assume that it is a harsh or extreme word. The only second word that is harsh or extreme is shocking. Blaring is the extreme of loud in the same way as shocking is the extreme of surprising.
28 CLIFFS QUICK REVIEW SENTENCE COMPLETION QUESTIONS The Basics of Sentence Completion Questions The number of questions. You will have about 9 or 10 sentence completion questions on each of two verbal sections of your exam, for a total of about 19 questions. Remember, in each section, the sentence completion questions are generally arranged in order from easier to more difficult. The directions. Each blank in the following sentences indicates that something has been omitted. Consider the lettered words beneath the sentence and choose the word or set of words that best fits the whole sentence.