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GMAT Verbal Section : GMAT Sample Critical Reasoning Questions

Read the separate condition given below each statement and then select the correct answer from the following five options.

  1. Women want to be financially stable in their careers and hence don't jump into motherhood till they are mentally prepared for it.

    Which of the following, if true, identifies the greatest flaw in the reasoning above?

    1. Women donít want to depend on others and so they want to become financially stable before they get married
    2. Majority of the women try to avoid motherhood until they are mentally prepared for the same
    3. Women should avoid motherhood until they become financially independent
    4. Most of the women of today do not want to become a mother until they financially independent
    5. It is important for the women to be mentally prepared for handling the responsibilities of being a mother

    Correct answer: c

  2. The film featured lots of animated characters and also a child actress named Virginia Davis who played the leading role in the film.

    From which of the following can the statement above be most properly inferred?

    1. The film featured lots of animated characters
    2. The leading role was played by a child actress whose name was Virginia Davis
    3. The leading role was played by Virginia Davis, a child actress then, in the film that featured lots of animated characters
    4. Virginia Davis is a child actress
    5. There were lots of animated characters in the film

    Correct answer: c

  3. Obama chose the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinoise as the place for his announcement because this was the place where Abraham Lincoln made his famous "House Divided" speech in the year 1858.

    Which of the following, if true, most seriously jeopardizes the validity of the argument by the speaker above?

    1. Abraham Lincoln made his famous "House Divided" speech in the year 1858 at the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinoise
    2. Obama chose the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinoise as the place for making his announcement
    3. Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama gave their famous speeches at the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinoise
    4. The place that was chosen by Barack Obama was very special since, this was the place where Abraham Lincoln made his famous "House Divided" speech in the year 1858
    5. The famous "House Divided" speech was delivered by Abraham Lincoln

    Correct answer: c

  4. People who consume alcohol in moderate quantities are less likely to suffer with the problem of enlarged prostate.

    The argument above would be weakened if it were true that

    1. People who consume alcohol in moderate quantities are more likely to suffer with the problem of enlarged prostate
    2. Alcohol when consumed in moderate quantity can prove to be beneficial
    3. In order to get benefited from alcohol you should consume alcohol moderately
    4. The problem of enlarged prostate is seen less in moderate consumers of alcohol
    5. It is good to consume alcohol only in small amount

    Correct answer: a

  5. Since the diamonds have a very firm lattice structure they are less likely to get contaminated by some of the rare types of impurities that include chemicals like nitrogen and boron.

    Which of the following, if true, identifies the greatest flaw in the reasoning above?

    1. The lattice structure of diamonds is not firm at all and hence it is very susceptible to impurities
    2. Since the lattice structure of diamonds is very firm they are less likely to get contaminated
    3. Because of the firm lattice structure, diamonds do not get contaminated easily
    4. Nitrogen and boron cannot cause impurities in diamonds because of its firm lattice structure
    5. Diamonds are pure in nature because of their firm lattice structures

    Correct answer: a

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