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PrepTest 73, Passage 1, Question 4



Summary
Mastering inference questions on the GRE involves a meticulous process of elimination and evidence gathering to ascertain what the author would most likely agree with.
  • Inference questions require proving an author's likely belief based on passage information.
  • A correct answer is found through eliminating extreme or unsupported options.
  • Evidence must unequivocally support the chosen answer, as demonstrated in the analysis of answer choices.
  • Misinterpretations often arise from overextending the author's statements or misapplying concepts.
Chapters
00:01
Understanding Inference Questions
00:28
Process of Elimination in Action
00:36
Identifying Correct Answers
00:42
Analyzing and Dismissing Incorrect Answers