Questions of Test: GMAT Verbal Critical Reasoning Test

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Statement:  

A drug that reverses severe liver damage is developed to treat disease in heavy drinkers who find it impossible to give up alcohol. The drug is not only expected to slowdown the progression of the disease, but also reverse the damage to the liver. 

 

Question 1. 

Which among the following is an assumption that is implicit in the above statement?

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Statement:

A drug that reverses severe liver damage is developed to treat disease in heavy drinkers who find it impossible to give up alcohol. The drug is not only expected to slowdown the progression of the disease, but also reverse the damage to the liver. 

 

Question:

 Which among the following is a conclusion that can be made from the above statement?

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Statement:

A drug that reverses severe liver damage is developed to treat disease in heavy drinkers who find it impossible to give up alcohol. The drug is not only expected to slowdown the progression of the disease, but also reverse the damage to the liver. 

 

Question:

Which among the following is an inference that can be drawn from the above statement?

4

Statement:

It comes as refrain everywhere in life: stay cool. More true when you get braced up for the interview.

Question:

Which among the following is an assumption implicit in the above statement?

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Statement:

It comes as refrain everywhere in life: stay cool. More true when you get braced up for the interview.

Question:

Which among the following is an inference that can be drawn from the above statement?

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Statement:

The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fits the traditional mold of two parents and their children, and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. 

Question:

The word 'none' in the last sentence refers to?