|VR Test: Answers|
|1.||A||It is clearly stated in the passage “a) man must be included with other organic beings in any general conclusion & b) respecting his manner of appearance on this Earth.
The same idea is given only in option 1.
|2.||D||Only option 4 gives the complete purpose of the work.
Option 1, talks of only one aspect, hence incomplete.
Option 2, talks of man descending from “GODS”. Not mentioned.
Option 3 can be rejected because it says that the “work will not locate”.
|3.||A||The passage talks of that dark people have highly developed sense of smell than in the white and civilized races.
The same idea is mentioned in option A.
Option B & D say the opposite.
C totally opposes the main idea.
|4.||C||He knows that Tablet F helps in maintaining cheerful mood and he says that he wants to get out of depression thereby assuming that this tablet helps in fighting depression. Opt C supports the same|
|5.||C||The last line is the conclusion…which says that the existence of the death penalty does not……. This conclusion has been drawn from a particular example of TOM. Hence option C is the correct answer.|
|6.||D||The first half says that AC MILAN achieved success so option 4 is not implied.|
|7.||D||We cannot make out whether Alfredo completely disagrees with Diego or not, because talking about different times does not imply that they do not agree with each other.|
|8.||C||Since in the para it has been mentioned that some industries that run entirely in self employed industrialists are included in national productivity measures so we can conclude that not all industries……so option 3 is correct|
|9.||C||Only option 3 talks of the radio advertising as the means that reach every area thus concluding logically that the voting population will be affected.|
|10.||A||refer line 1 - Unreasonableness is a tendency to do socially permissible things at the wrong time. which means he will do the right thing at the wrong time , hence the answer is option A as it resonates with this logic.|
|11.||D||Option b is taken out of context. Option a is not relevant and not mentioned while option c goes against the grain of his unseasonableness.|
|12.||C||We have to point out that figures have been manipulated and overestimated and hence the ratio is exaggerated/useless. Also enrolment does not ensure regularity throughout the year. What if the enrolled student has not started attending the classes but his name will be counted in the ratio calculation. Therefore, a mere ratio that too more than 100% will not tell the reality of any kind whatsoever. We are also not concerned with demographic trends, but only with given data.|
|13.||B||There is resistance to the RTI culture from various quarters including the government. Hence options 3 and 4 are in consonance with the text. .Option 2 is stated nowhere in the passage.|
|14.||D||If the prices increases are not fully passed on, option 3 may be inevitable. Refer to “But India's problem …………….for the oil-marketing companies”. Hence option 1 is in consonance with the text. If Oil companies have under recoveries that will lead to financial ruin, they will definitely not be buoyant. Hence option 2 is also in consonance with the text. The option 4 is not in consonance with the text because it states that the oil prices are not fully passed on.|
|15.||A||The theme of the passage is the problem of solid waste, especially the hazardous variety, generated by Delhi.
1 is not implied, though the fact that some of the hazardous waste making its way to common disposal sites may seem to hint towards this.
2 and 3 talk of types of solid waste generated.
4 talks of a solution to take care of some of the hazardous waste.
|16.||A||This option talks about individual interests which hampers the path of a common goal. Rest of the options can be eliminated as they change the meaning of the text|
|17||C||The passage stated stand-alone MP3 devices could be replaced and not MP3 devices becoming extinct. Handset companies and mobile operators are having a keen contest as well as grappling for control .Hence both are false.|