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June 2007, Passage 3, Question 19

The essence of tackling inference questions on the GRE involves a meticulous process of elimination and research within the passage to substantiate one of the answer choices definitively.
  • Inference questions require identifying sufficient information in the passage to prove an answer choice conclusively.
  • The correct answer is not explicitly stated in the passage, but there is enough information to validate it.
  • Extreme language in answer choices should be approached with caution as they demand substantial evidence.
  • The process involves eliminating each answer choice by closely examining the passage for evidence supporting or refuting them.
  • Answer choice B is correct because it closely rephrases information provided in the passage about the distribution of web documents.
Understanding Inference Questions
Approach to Answer Choices
Identifying the Correct Answer