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June 2007, Game 1, Question 4

The content provides a detailed walkthrough on how to approach a partial solution and accept question type on the GRE, focusing on solving for specific slots while adhering to the game's rules.
  • Partial solution questions require matching elements to their correct positions for only part of the game.
  • Accept questions invert the typical format, with four answers adhering to the rules and one that does not.
  • Previous work and sketches can be utilized for quick elimination of incorrect answer choices.
  • Testing remaining answer choices directly can help in finding the correct solution.
  • Understanding the rules thoroughly is crucial for eliminating wrong answers and confirming the right one.
Understanding Partial Solution Questions
Approaching Accept Questions
Utilizing Previous Work for Elimination
Direct Testing of Answer Choices