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CAT RC5

CAT RC5

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CAT 2009 Quant questions
 
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In a recent report, the gross enrolment ratios at the primary level, that is, the number of children enrolled in classes one to five as a proportion of all children aged 6 to 10,were shown to be very high for most states; in many cases they were way above 100percent! These figures are not worth anything, since they are based on the officialenrolment data compiled from school records. They might as well stand for ‘grossexaggeration ratios’.Which of the following options best supports the claim that the ratios areexaggerated?[1] The definition of gross enrolment ratio does not exclude, in its numerator, childrenbelow 6 years or above 10 years enrolled in classes one to five.[2] A school attendance study found that many children enrolled in the school recordswere not meeting a minimum attendance requirement of 80 percent.[3] A study estimated that close to 22 percent of children enrolled in the class onerecords were below 6 years of age and still to start going to school.[4] Demographic surveys show shifts in the population profile which indicate that thenumber of children in the age group 6 to 10 years is declining.

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