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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. Though the caffeine contents of the coffee help you in fighting laziness, it increases the acidity in your body and leaves you with a very bad breath.

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

    1. Coffee gives you bad breath because it increases the acidity in your body and the caffeine helps you fight laziness but leaves a bad smell in your mouth
    2. The caffeine contents of the coffee do not help you in fighting laziness
    3. Drink coffee whenever you feel lazy
    4. Having a cup of coffee can leave a very bad smell in your mouth
    5. Coffee increases the acidity in your body and leaves you with a very bad breath

    Correct answer: b

  2. The protein contents of all the dairy products on absorption break down into sulphurous by-products which are responsible for leading to bad breath.

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

    1. The protein contents of dairy products break down into sulphurous by-products when they are absorbed and cause bad breath
    2. All types of dairy products cause bad breath
    3. Dairy products contain proteins
    4. Stop drinking milk and all other dairy products because they result in bad breath
    5. Bad breath is a result of dairy products

    Correct answer: a

  3. Apart from being the most relaxing end to a long day, sleeping also has multiple health benefits.

    The statement above logically conveys which of the following?

    1. Sleeping has a lot of health benefits
    2. Sleeping is considered as the most relaxing end to a long tiring day
    3. After a long tiring day you must sleep for hours
    4. Sleeping is not only the most relaxing end to a long tiring day but it also very beneficial for health
    5. When you come back home after a long tiring day, it is necessary to sleep for some time

    Correct answer: d

  4. In the case of sleep deficiency disorder, the body’s functions enter a state of high alert, and result in an increase in blood pressure and thus increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes and production of stress hormones making it difficult to sleep.

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

    1. The higher blood pressure elevates the risk of heart attacks and strokes
    2. Production of stress hormones make it very difficult to sleep
    3. Sleep deficiency results in high blood pressure and release of stress hormones which ultimately increases the chances of heart attacks and also decreases the sleep time
    4. All the body’s functions enter a state of high alert in case of sleep disorder
    5. Sleep deficiency disorder increases the rate of release of stress hormones and heat attacks

    Correct answer: c

  5. Good and sound sleeps help you to process information and perform better because the brain processes any new knowledge, organizes the skills learned while awake, makes connections between sensory inputs while you are asleep.

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

    1. Good sleep help you to process information faster and perform much better
    2. In order to improve your performance you should keep on sleeping
    3. Your brain makes connections between sensory inputs while you are asleep
    4. The brain processes any new knowledge, organizes the skills learned while awake, makes connections between sensory inputs while you are asleep
    5. For improving your performance level it is very necessary to have a good sleep

    Correct answer: b

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