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PrepTest 73, Passage 2, Question 12



Summary
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.
Chapters
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Understanding Inference Except Questions
00:49
Strategies for Answer Choice Evaluation
00:54
Identifying the Correct Answer
02:29
Conclusion and Correct Answer Justification