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PrepTest 73, Passage 2, Question 11

The content provides an in-depth analysis of how to approach analogy questions on the GRE, using a specific question about the relationship between Cameron and her artworks as an example.
  • Analogy questions ask to identify a situation from a different discipline that shares the same relationship as the original scenario.
  • Understanding the original relationship is crucial; in this case, the disconnect between Cameron's intentions and the outcome of her artworks.
  • The correct answer choice will mirror the original relationship's dynamics, not the superficial details.
  • Answer choice C is correct because it reflects the unintended yet positive outcome from using everyday materials, similar to Cameron's experience.
  • Incorrect answer choices are eliminated based on their failure to accurately replicate the core relationship of intention versus outcome.
Understanding Analogy Questions
Analyzing the Original Relationship
Identifying the Correct Analogous Relationship
Evaluating Incorrect Answer Choices