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PrepTest 73, Passage 4, Question 22

The content focuses on tackling comparative main point questions in the GRE, specifically through analyzing two passages to identify their central themes and how they relate to each other.
  • Comparative main point questions require understanding the main point of each passage and how they interact.
  • The main point must be broad enough to encompass all concepts discussed within the passage.
  • Identifying the main point involves predicting it before reviewing the answer choices, aiding in efficient selection.
  • Passage A discusses theoretical principles of property, while Passage B applies these principles to a specific historical case.
  • The correct answer choice is determined by matching the main points of both passages accurately, with incorrect options often missing key details or misinterpreting the passages' intents.
Understanding Comparative Main Point Questions
Identifying the Main Point
Analyzing Passage Interactions
Selecting the Correct Answer