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PrepTest 73, Passage 3, Question 21

The content focuses on strategies for answering a specific type of GRE question that asks for a sentence to logically complete a passage, emphasizing understanding the passage's overall goal and avoiding the introduction of new information.
  • Identifying the main point or overall agenda of a passage is crucial for answering questions that ask for a logical conclusion.
  • The correct answer connects to both the overall thrust of the passage and any caveats mentioned towards the end, without introducing new information.
  • Reviewing wrong answers helps understand common pitfalls, such as misrepresenting the passage's arguments or introducing unrelated concepts.
  • The example provided illustrates how to dissect answer choices by aligning them with the passage's main argument and identifying mismatches in logic or content.
Understanding the Question Type
Identifying the Correct Answer
Analyzing Wrong Answers