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June 2007, Game 3, Question 12

The content provides strategic advice for tackling global questions on the GRE, specifically focusing on questions that ask what cannot be true based on a given set of conditions.
  • Global questions do not include the word 'if' and require understanding of the entire set of conditions.
  • It's beneficial to address local questions first to understand the various ways the game could work out.
  • Identifying the correct answer involves eliminating possibilities that have been seen to work in other scenarios.
  • A specific strategy is demonstrated through a question about scheduling voyages, highlighting the importance of the order and rules given.
Understanding Global Questions
Strategic Approach to Global Questions
Applying the Strategy
Identifying the Correct Answer