Gave it today.. VARC 35 (77.07) DILR 36 (99.41) QA 74 (99.99) OA 145 (99.92)
OA-129 ( 99.36). With 61 in va this is 20 short and quant i messed it up
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A little help required.
My scores in QA have plateaued in 48-58 range. I havent been able to attempt more than 21-22 questions irrespective of difficulty of paper( Keeping accuracy >85%). Also while analysing I see that the rest unattempted/wrong questions are not from a particular topic/chapter. They are different everytime. How to tackle this?
P5Q2) Which of the following, if true, will cast the most serious doubt on the conclusion of the study?
Ans given: Nectar in flowers grown indoors was found to contain far greater amounts of sugar normally than those exposed to bees.
But passage tells about flowers reacting to low-frequency sounds and bee-buzz. It also tells about flowers not reacting to high-frequency and intermediate-frequency sounds. In both these experiments the flowers are indoor. So even if nectar is high in indoors, the reaction to sound is evident. How is this justified?
P2Q2) The passage indicates that studying crowd psychology helps in all of the following EXCEPT:
Option 3) opening doors to studies regarding the management of panic in a crowd. - WRONG
Explanation given: Refer paragraph 1: “Understanding crowds can help us manage the panic caused by a terrorist attack…”
What in the world? How are these sentences same!?
Passage talks about ' Studying crowd psychology helps in managing the crowd
Option says 'Studying crowd psychology helps in new studies relating the management of crowds'
What am I missing?