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June 2007, Logical Reasoning 1, Question 3

Mastering fill-in-the-blank questions on the GRE requires understanding the structure of the question, particularly the significance of keywords and the logic of analogies presented.
  • Identify the keyword in the question to understand its type and direction.
  • Recognize the structure of the argument, especially if it's presented as an analogy.
  • Predict the answer by closely aligning it with the logic of the analogy.
  • Evaluate each answer choice methodically, dismissing those that do not fit the analogy's premise.
  • Select the answer that best completes the analogy, ensuring it mirrors the logic and context set by the question.
Understanding Question Structure
Analyzing the Analogy
Methodical Evaluation of Answer Choices
Selecting the Correct Answer