Verbal - GMAT RC

Verbal - GMAT RC
Question:-
Option (A)
children would be reunited with their parents more quickly.
Option (B)
it is easier to keep track of children in the system.
Option (C)
children would have daily contact with social workers.
Option (D)
children would stay in the same school.
Correct Option:
A
Question Solution:
The third paragraph lists the advantages that a group home system would have over foster care. The passage doesn’t mention that group homes would enable children to be reunited more quickly with their parents (choice a), a factor that is unaffected by either foster care or group homes. The paragraph specifically mentions the other benefits listed in choices B through D.
Question:-
Option (A)
Trash haulers are earning increased revenues.
Option (B)
Profits at recycling centers have increased more than tenfold.
Option (C)
The price of corrugated cardboard has risen.
Option (D)
Trash haulers have been forced to compete with recyclers.
Correct Option:
D
Question Solution:
With EXCEPT questions, find each of the wrong answers in the passage before you cross them off. The remaining, correct answer may either contradict the passage or just be out of scope. A & B are supported by last para. C is supported by para 2. D contradicts the idea of
cooperation between trash haulers and recyclers.
Question:-
Option (A)
doctors often ignore the symptoms.
Option (B)
many symptoms could be symptomatic of many other illnesses.
Option (C)
insufficient attention is given to women’s healthcare issues.
Option (D)
the symptoms are similar to the symptoms of diabetes.
Correct Option:
B
Question Solution:
Because PCOS is "little understood" and because so many varied symptoms could also be symptoms of other ailments, the disease is often misdiagnosed. The passage does not suggest that doctors ignore the symptoms (choice A) or that not enough attention is given to women’s health issues (choice C). The symptoms of PCOS symptoms are not compared to the symptoms of diabetes, so choice D is incorrect.
Question:-
Option (A)
Disappointment
Option (B)
Optimism
Option (C)
Uncertainty
Option (D)
Criticism
Correct Option:
B
Question Solution:
The author’s attitude is not critical or negative hence options (A) and (D) are out. (C) is a trap answer as it uses language from the
passage – dilemma.
Question:-
Option (A)
Present evidence that resolves a contradiction in business theory
Option (B)
Discuss reasons why an accepted business pattern is changing
Option (C)
Describe a theoretical model and method whereby that model can be tested.
Option (D)
Argue that a traditional ideology deserve new attentions
Correct Option:
B
Question Solution:
Make a map of the passage. There are no contradictions that are being talked about, so A is out. The passage is not testing any model hence C is out. D is a trap answer it talks about “traditional ideology” while the passage is about “corporate ideology” and traditional views.
Question:-
Option (A)
Haulers' ability to sell both services and products.
Option (B)
Money offered by haulers to preferred customers.
Option (C)
Foresight exhibited by the leaders of the industry.
Option (D)
Haulers' willingness to adapt technology to a changing industry.
Correct Option:
A
Question Solution:
Look for the cause of increased profits for trash haulers. This is discussed in last para. (A) paraphrases the idea that the companies haul the trash (services) and sell the recycled paper (products). (B) is a trap because preferred customers is a recognizable phrase from a different part of the passage. (C), (D), and (E) are all out of scope.