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PrepTest 73, Game 2, Question 13

The content provides an in-depth strategy for tackling unequivalent rule questions in the GRE, emphasizing their complexity and the tactical approach required for efficient problem-solving.
  • Unequivalent rule questions should generally be attempted last due to their time-consuming nature, offering fewer points for the time invested.
  • The strategy involves identifying a new rule that can replace an original rule without altering the game's outcomes, ensuring all previously allowed or blocked actions remain consistent.
  • Initial steps include eliminating answer choices that have not been consistently true throughout the game, using sketches and previous work as references.
  • Testing remaining answer choices involves attempting to break the original rule while adhering to the new rule proposed in each answer choice, identifying the correct answer through process elimination.
  • Answer choice E is identified as the correct answer through logical deduction and testing, underscoring the importance of skill and sometimes luck in solving these questions efficiently.
Introduction to Unequivalent Rule Questions
Strategic Approach to Solving
Elimination Process
Testing Answer Choices
Conclusion and Recommendation