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in many cities of Pakistan. NOTE: This is GAT-C where: En lish - !" #uestions Analytical $easonin - %" #uestions &uantitati'e - %" #uestions GAT General by NTS (Practice Paper) Sample - GAT-C Number of Questions: !!"" Time allo#e$: %! minutes Ne&ati'e (ar)in&: No S*NON*(S
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. 2. Static 2. )ana in )o'in Threatenin Cheatin None of these 7. 2.. . AC$/)(N/(0S A. .. $atify 2. Criteria C. E. C. .. . Slowly . . 7riend Tolerate Enemy Polish 7raud 10.itter Chea1 E51ensi'e )omentary E. Path 8. 2. Comfortable E. C. P$(. Concise B. C. Tran#uil C.5. T(0C4ST(NE A. C. Probability 4onesty Peaceful Carelessness E5traordinary 6. S0CC/NCT A. ./T+ A. E. Affection 9. 3ery hard stone . 2.$((6 A. )/NAT($+ A.. E.
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A77$(NT A.ES 21. To remo'e .A. 7ri htened 19. Confront E.. Postmortem C. NEP(T/S) A. To insult C. Po1ular C.iased D.. &uery .. Certain $est Shaky Co1y 20. )ystery .. 7a'oritism C. ho1e : hone D. 2ETE$/($ATE : /)P$(3E A. A1art E. . C. CAP$/C/(0S A. /ntrinsic . Neo1hyte E. E. Neutral . Stubborn 17.. EN/G)A A. To face D... Nearness 18. /m1artial D.. obstinate : tractable . 2emise 2. 2. Praise . 0nderstood E.View Answers ANA+OG. accumulation : narrate E. e'anescent : e5i ent C. feckless : careless B.
brook : buildin D. 3/N2/CT/3E: )E$C+ A.View Answers Sentence Completion . mean . doctrine : 1atient C. chary : cautious E... 'ow E. bet .. 1romise C.. chide : 1illory B. trans1ort : transfer 25. /S*AN2 : A$C4/PE*AG( A. student : teacher C. ske1tical : trustfulness 24. urbane : nai'e C. disa'ow : confront 23. strut : walk D. crestfallen : co ni9ant D. 'ouch D. / can ========== for his honesty and ability to work hard. classroom : school . 7(N2 : 2(T/NG A.>. AGG$A3ATE : A**E3/ATE A. ?ob in this de1artment ========== a lot of hard work. later : 1recede B. time : search .<. ca:ole : coa5 E. le'y : be'y E. transient : fleetin B.. A. elated : ha11y C. None of these . means . feeble : worker E.. e'asi'e : wordy D.22. A.
entails D. dama ed suffered fail diminished none of these %. 2.. by . This o'ernment . 1eo1le 2. to . / am afraid ========== cats. . interest E. of 2. detraction B.C-========== se'erely from a lack of 1ower. Each state distrusted . ta5 B. contraction .%-========== a o'ernment which could not raise money .@. A.B. A. %C..ritish out .. C. sound E. This account is e5em1ted from ========== char es.C.D-========== the 0nited States. with E.!-========== ta5esA 1re'ent /ndian raidsA or force the . distraction C. from C. E. curtail E.. ta5ation %". le'y 2.-========== and a'e little authority to the central or federal o'ernment. View Answers Summary Completion 2urin the later years of the American $e'olutionA the Articles of Confederation o'ernment was formed. / cannot concentrateA here is too much ==========. A... . None of these .. be'y C. A. The Articles of Confederation .
of . E. A.ension -ea$ t.. C.. The e5tra costs include disru1tion of the careers of youn 1eo1leA increased :u'enile delin#uencyA and 1er1etuation of conditions which breed racial discrimination in em1loyment and otherwise deny e#uality of o11ortunity. 7or the unem1loyed 1ersonA it is often a dama in affront to human di nity and sometimes a catastro1hic blow to family life. C.e follo#in& passa&e carefully an$ ans#er t. 2.View Answers -ea$in& Compre. .. with from for to with the %D. There is another and more subtle cost. E.. A. . 2. 2. /t falls most hea'ily on the youn A the semiskilled and unskilledA the black 1ersonA the older workerA and underem1loyed 1erson in a low income rural area who is denied the o1tion of securin more rewardin urban em1loymentE. A. C. ..A. The concentrated incidence of unem1loyment amon s1ecific rou1s in the 1o1ulation means far reater costs to society that can be measured sim1ly in hours of in'oluntary idleness or dollars of income lost. . C. with from for to E. other the other others the others none of these %%. E. 2. 1roduced made obtained elected none of these %!...e &i'en /uestions 0nem1loyment is an im1ortant inde5 of economic slack and lost out1utA but it is much more than that. The social and economic . Nor is this cost distributed in 1ro1ortion to ability to bear it.
the death rate %B. o'ernment action 2. (n the side of businessA the weakness of markets leads to attem1ts to raise 1rices to co'er hi h a'era e o'erhead casts and to 1ressures for 1rotection a ainst forei n and domestic com1etition. under ca1acity %>.... restricti'e business 1ractices E. Accordin to the 1assa eA unem1loyment is an inde5 of A. disru1tion of careers E.. semiskilled C. white middle class %@. (n the side of laborA 1rolon ed hi h unem1loyment leads to Fshare-theworkG 1ressures for shorter hoursA intensifies resistance to technolo ical chan e and to rationali9ation of work rules. idleness C...View Answers . lost incomes . economic slack and lost out1ut C.. hi her wa es to those em1loyed C. more :obs by ha'in e'eryone work shorter hours .View Answers %<. underem1loyed E.. Fno fireG 1olicies 2. unskilled 2. . black .. the em1loyment rate E.strains of 1rolon ed underutili9ation create stron 1ressures for cost-increasin solutionsE. Accordin to the 1assa eA a ty1ical business reaction to a recession is to 1ress for A. The cost to society of unem1loyment can be measured by all e5ce1t A. Serious unem1loyment leads labor rou1s to demand A. cost-cuttin solutions E.. hi her unem1loyment insurance .. 1rotection a ainst im1orts C. hi her social security 1ayments !". o'er utili9ation of ca1acity . diminished resources 2. 8hile unem1loyment is dama in to manyA it falls most hea'ily u1on all e5ce1t the A. :u'enile delin#uency 2. restraint a ainst union acti'ity .
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e1och C. inform B. A. de1ict E. fees rates bills credits fares !. E. e1icure E.A. e1ithet D. 4is belie'e that he could do thisA is his ==========. fiction B. .or and =========== the data a ainst le'el of tests. fraction D. A. counsel C. A. faction C. fallacy E. +ou are wearin an armyHs uniformA but the ========== is missin . console B. a11raise C. consul E. A. Children like to watch science ========== mo'ies. allusion B. illusion C.. e1ic B. addict >. e1aulet 8. Pakistani ========== met his counter1art in *ondon. a11rise D. council D. delusion D. friction <. C. 2.sheir. 0ni'ersity 1rofessors 'isit the website www. councel D. A. amended .
A. yet 2. let C. on C. 8e did not ha'e ========== #uestions for the lecturer.. and C. more C". no E..."C". already . . but . commended B.ilal is not recei'in the call. A. allowed . some 2.. and ha'e E.. no lon er . A. ot E. (cto1uses ha'e not only lar e brains ========== also a well-de'elo1ed ner'ous system. with C%. any C. The mana er ========== e'eryone o home an hour early on 7riday afternoon. lookin E. 4e is ========== at work.. from E. in . A. are 2. still C. A. or CC. 4e came in 6arachi ========== Au ust C!A . for 2.E. none . 1ermitted 2. asked C.
8e cannot 1redict whether he will o on a 1icnic or not. They went ========== the rain. under 2. Saad is tra'ellin ========== the school. out of . some of C@. off 2. amount of C.. deletirious B. outside CD. total of E. A. A. A. a'oidin E. A. / was sur1rised by the lar e ========== 1eo1le who came. . out C.. out throu h E. in s1ite C. baleful . A. to .. number of . ca1ricious CB. un1redictable B. sum of 2. feckless D.C!. offensi'e C. 8e cannot say anythin about law and order situation in this cityA because the city is hi hly ========== . None of these C<. des1ite . A. towards C.ilal is ettin ========== the car. 4e is so ========== . and en:oy C>. throu h E. out from 2.. 'olatile C. dan erous D.
E !. . . A <. C%. C". A .. 2 CB. . . . E @. 4e is ========== fame and money. C<. >. . CD. . A CC. .. enamoured of C. . A C@.". C.". 2 D. .. A C>. A. . . runnin for 2. B. C!. stru lin for ANS0E-S C. C %. 4e 1ursue research :ust as an amateur scientist. indifferent to B.
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