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PrepTest 73, Passage 2, Question 11



Summary
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.
Chapters
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Understanding Analogy Questions
00:22
Analyzing the Original Relationship
00:47
Identifying the Correct Analogous Relationship
00:52
Evaluating Incorrect Answer Choices