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PrepTest 73, Passage 2, Question 15

The content focuses on how to approach primary purpose questions in the GRE, using a passage about Cameron's artistic journey as an example.
  • Primary purpose questions are similar to main point questions but are phrased more abstractly.
  • The main point of the example passage is that Cameron's unintended outcomes made her photographs more interesting.
  • Answer choice analysis reveals that the correct answer highlights the tension between Cameron's intentions and the actual results of her work.
  • Incorrect answers are eliminated based on their lack of alignment with the passage's main point or by introducing unsupported claims.
  • The passage concludes by identifying the correct answer and summarizing the passage's main argument.
Understanding Primary Purpose Questions
Analyzing the Main Point of the Passage
Evaluating Answer Choices
Identifying the Correct Answer