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1) what is the probability of getting a sum of 7 with a single roll of two fair dice?

(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 1/12 1/6 2/7 1/3 1/2

2) Although the act is often referred to as book burning occasionally other items are thrown into flames in an act of extreme __________ including a variety of su pposedly offensive graphic novels and records. Select two choices: [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] revolution celebration censorship liberation suppression freedom

3) A perennial goal in zoology is to infer function from (i) _______, relating t he (ii) _______of an organism to its physical form and cellular structure. Blank (i) (A) structure (B) age (C) size Blank (ii) (D) behavior (E) movement (F) ancestry 4) if the average test score of four students is 85,which of the following could the fifth student score in order to have the new average be greater than 84 and less than 86? Indicate all possible choices [A] 88 [B] 86 [C] 85 [D] 83 [E] 80

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*********** The passage below is followed by questions 1, 2 & 3 based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to answer each question. Answer all questions on the basis of what is STATED of IMPLIED in that passage. Passage: The Anglo-American formalism, surrealism was considered a deviant art movement: improperly visual and impertinently literary, relatively inattentive to the impe ratives of form, and mostly indifferent to the laws of genre, a paradoxical avan t-garde concerned with infantile states and outmoded forms, not properly moderni nst at all. For neo-avant-garde artists who challenged this hegemonic three deca des ago, its very deviance might have made surrealism an attractive object. But such was not the case. Since this formalist model of modernism was staked on the autonomy of modern art as separate from social practice and grounded in visual experience, its antagonist, the neo-avant-garde account of modernism, stressed t he two movements, dada and constructivism, that appeared most opposed to this vi sualist autonomy that sought to destroy the separate institution of art in an anar chic attack on its formal conventions, as did dada, or to transform it according to the materialist practices of a revolutionary society, as did constructivism. Again surrealism was lost in the shuffle. To the neo-avant-gardists who challen ged the formalist account in the 1950s and 1960s, it too appeared corrupt: techn ically kitschy, philosophically subjective, and hypocritically elitist. Hence wh en artists involved in pop and minimalism turned away from the likes of Picasso and Matisse, they turned to such figures as Duchamp and Rodchenko, not to preced ents like Ernst and Giacometti. 1) Select the sentence that suggests a point of view that, while reasonable to a nticipate, was not embraced. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The Anglo-American formalism not properly moderninst at all. For neo-avant-garde artists surrealism an attractive object. Since this formalist model of modernism as did constructivism. To the neo-avant-gardists subjective, and hypocritically elitist. Hence when artists involved in pop like Ernst and Giacometti.

2) Which of the following is not suggested by the passage about surrealism as an art movement? [A] Through its lack of attention to form and indifference to genre, surrealism is understood as an impertinent, but sometimes infantile, form of modernism. [B] Although surrealism sometimes preceded the very rules of form opposed by som e critics of formal conventions, surrealism was not rejected by those critics as dishonest. [C] Those in the formalist movement believed that artists such as Duchamp succee ded in a way that surrealist artists had not. 3) The passage suggests that those sharing a neo-avant-garde point of view objec ted to which of the following about the formalist model of modernism? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Its Its Its Its Its overlay cautious approach to modern art use of deviant states and forms representation of antiquated ideals embrace of materialist practices view of art as a distinct institution

4) In a basketball contest, players must make 10 free throws. Assuming a player has 90% chance of making each of his shots, how likely is it that he will fail a t least once in all of his first 10 shots?

(A) (B) (C) (D) (E)

35% 65% 87% 91% 98%

..:: GRE LEAKED QUESTION ::.. NOTE: QUIZ CLOSES IN 15 MINUTES All answers should be inserted as one comment entry. Per person one comment entr y. Write answers one under another, not in a line. Copy the text below and paste in your comment: 1) 2) 3) 4) *********** 1) In the figure 91.1 AD is the median drawn from A vertex to arm BC Col A: <BAD Col B: <CAD 2) Eileen used to be a picky eater, but since a new complex of fine dining and e thnic restaurants opened in her neighborhood, she has become quite _______. Select two choices: [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] corpulent finicky epicurean ponderous gourmandizing persnickety

3)Some conservative theologians subscribe to the belief of Biblical ____(i)____ as far as the Scripture never being wrong when it comes to revealing God, his vi sion, and his news to humanity. However, other literalist Christians believe the ____(ii)____ refers to the Bible being without error in every way, including ma tters of chronology, history, biology, sociology, politics, et cetera. Blank (i) (A) inerrancy (B) fallacy (C) interpretation Blank (ii) (D) centurion (E) erudition (F) doctrine 4) If out of the total no of people 60% are from Missouri and of those from Miss ouri if 15% from Bangladesh. Then the % of people who are not from Bangladesh is ______%

.:: GRE LEAKED QUESTION::.. All answers should be inserted as one comment entry. Per person only one comment entry. Write answers one under another, not in a line. Copy the text below and paste in your comment: 1) 2) 3) 4) *********** 1) Most of the scientists believe that many of the human beings are less ______ than others because the former do not possess a gene that predisposes them towar d aggressive behavior. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) reserved timorous self-possessed quarrelsome uncouth

2) The newspaper s humor columnist, while talented, puts off writing her columns u ntil the last minute; as a result, she submits pieces that are so ______ that he r editor emails her after almost every deadline to remind her of the minimum lin e requirement. Select two choices: [A] jocular [B] terse [C] fallacious [D] waggish [E] erroneous [F] laconic 3) A combination lock has two symbol access code. The first digit is A, B, C, or D and the second is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. If an access code is fixed randomly, then what is the probability that it will have only a consonant and an even number i n it? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 1/2 4/5 3/5 9/20 3/10

4) If the first digit cannot be a 0 or a 5, how many five-digit odd numbers are there? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 42,500 37,500 45,000 40,000 50,000