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PrepTest 73, Passage 2, Question 12

The content provides a detailed strategy for tackling inference except questions on the GRE, emphasizing the importance of identifying provable answer choices based on passage content.
  • Inference except questions require identifying one unprovable or contradicted statement among four provable ones.
  • A systematic approach involves evaluating each answer choice against the passage to determine its provability.
  • Examples illustrate how to discern the correct answer by aligning it with the author's perspective or against it, as dictated by the question.
  • The strategy underscores the necessity of a thorough understanding of the passage and the ability to infer implications not directly stated.
Understanding Inference Except Questions
Strategies for Answer Choice Evaluation
Identifying the Correct Answer
Conclusion and Correct Answer Justification