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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 29 Aug '12
arey haan bhai mock 7
arey haan bhai mock 7
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 29 Aug '12
Started late..I am in college only Mock 5--> 36 :: Mock 6----> 26 :: Mock 8--->48 :: Paper was easier. But clear cut improvement is there
Started late..I am in college only Mock 5--> 36 Mock 6----> 26 Mock 8--->48 Paper was easier. But clear cut improvement is there
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 23 Aug '12
Set: 167 my take a, b
Set: 167 my take
a, b
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 23 Aug '12
@[570961:akki2711] yes you are right...a, b and c are irrelevant to the paragraph. D can be chosen easily.
@[570961:akki2711] yes you are right...a, b and c are irrelevant to the paragraph. D can be chosen easily.
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 22 Aug '12
My take: SET 166 1----->4 2----->4
My take: SET 166
1----->4
2----->4
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 22 Aug '12
*OA SET 165* *1)(b)* Unless pains are taken to see that genuine and thorough transmission takes place, the most civilized group will relapse into barbarism and then into savagery. *2)(d)* but the belief counts for little in their lives.
OA SET 165
1)(b) Unless pains are taken to see that genuine and thorough transmission takes place, the most civilized group will relapse into barbarism and then into savagery.
2)(d) but the belief counts for little in their lives.
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 22 Aug '12
*OA. 164* *A-->3* *B-->1*
OA. 164
A-->3
B-->1
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 21 Aug '12
> @polemical said: can u pls tell the solutions of the above questions???????? Bhai let others try. I'll post OA for 164 and 165 tomorrow night.

@polemical said: can u pls tell the solutions of the above questions????????
Bhai let others try. I'll post OA for 164 and 165 tomorrow night.
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Abhinaw singh @abhinaws 6
Posted 21 Aug '12
*SET 165* *1*. If a plague carried off the members of a society all at once, it is obvious that the group would be permanently done for. Yet the death of each of its constituent members is as certain as if an epidemic took them all at once. But the graded difference in age, the fact that some...
SET 165
1. If a plague carried off the members of a society all at once, it is obvious that the group would be permanently done for. Yet the death of each of its constituent members is as certain as if an epidemic took them all at once. But the graded difference in age, the fact that some are born as some die, makes possible through transmission of ideas and practices the constant reweaving of the social fabric. Yet this renewal is not automatic. ________________________
(a) Now it is a work of necessity.
(b) Unless pains are taken to see that genuine and thorough transmission takes place, the most civilized group will relapse into barbarism and then into savagery.
(c) In fact, the human young are so immature that if they were left to themselves without the guidance and succor of others, they could not acquire the rudimentary abilities necessary for physical existence.
(d) The young of human beings compare so poorly in original efficiency with the young of many of the lower animals that even the powers needed for physical sustentation have to be acquired under tuition.


2. Vital religion begins for a man when he first discovers the reality of the living GOD. Most men indeed profess a belief in GOD, a vague acknowledgment of the existence of "One above" ____________________
(a) and that is when some men begin to move away from priesthood.
(b) but that is when some men begin to move to priesthood.
(c) yet the belief overpowers everything the society does.
(d) but the belief counts for little in their lives.