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Sample of How to Answer Verbal Reasoning
If a sentence confuses you, reread it and the one before it if necessary, to try and fully absorb to information to the fullest extent.
If the meaning of a word or phrase is unclear to you, try to grasp its meaning by its context. This is very important, since the verbal reasoning section examines both your comprehension and vocabulary skills.
Notice extreme words that refer to: Exclusion, inclusion, prohibition, negation, etc. Remember that the relationship between the different parts of the passage are sometimes more important than their actual content
A statement is True if the same information given in the statement is given explicitly in the passage. In this case: The statement typically summarises a complex piece of information given in the passage using rephrases and/or synonym words and terms. Sometimes, the statement brings together pieces of information that are given in different places in the passage. Find these pieces of information and verify that each piece is true for the whole statement to be true.
A statement is also True if you can correctly infer its content from the……………….