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June 2007, Passage 2, Question 13

The content delves into a specific type of GRE reading comprehension question that intersects with logical reasoning, focusing on identifying underlying principles in arguments presented in passages.
  • Logical reasoning questions, specifically principle-identify types, are integrated into reading comprehension sections, though not commonly.
  • These questions require identifying a general principle or rule that both passages adhere to or provide evidence for.
  • The process of elimination is used to find the correct answer by closely analyzing what each passage explicitly mentions or implies.
  • The correct answer choice is one that both passages support, even if they approach the topic from different angles or use different examples.
Understanding Principle-Identify Questions
Analyzing Answer Choices
Identifying the Correct Answer