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June 2007, Game 2, Question 7



Summary
The content provides a strategic approach to tackling global questions in the GRE exam, specifically within a logic game section, emphasizing the importance of utilizing original rules and previous sketches to efficiently eliminate incorrect answers.
  • Global questions should be addressed towards the end, leveraging original rules and prior work to identify what cannot be true.
  • Answer choice A is identified as incorrect through the original master sketch, demonstrating the importance of referring back to initial analyses.
  • Quick sketches are recommended for verifying why other answer choices are incorrect, showcasing a method to efficiently rule out options.
  • The explanation includes strategies for dealing with common pitfalls, such as forgetting the possibility of having three films on a day or the importance of sequence in the film festival logic game.
  • The content concludes with the validation of the correct answer through process-of-elimination and logical deduction, underlining the effectiveness of the recommended approach.
Chapters
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Approaching Global Questions
00:00
Utilizing Original Sketches
00:00
Efficient Verification of Incorrect Answers
01:31
Strategic Sketching for Quick Verification
04:11
Concluding with the Correct Answer