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Assumption Questions has been designed to test one of the aspects of Critical Reasoning namely, assumption based questions. The test is aimed at judging the reasoning and analytical skills of the test taker. It also tests his clarity of thought and his organization of facts.
 This Question is based on the following passage:

1. The author's conclusion is based on the assumption that:
a.Six Sigma is a new age solution for a company's problems
b.The statistics of ten managers is applicable to all organizations
c.Ten out of eleven managers will find Six Sigma in their operations to be greatly efficient
d.Six Sigma is an accepted method for improving performance across all businesses
e.Ten managers have tried Six Sigma in their organizations and have found it to be greatly efficient
 This Question is based on the following passage:

2. The author's conclusion about Asians is based on the assumption that:
a.Diabetes might cause Alzheimer's Disease in Asians
b.Diabetes is a common affliction that affects most of the world's people
c.Alzheimer's Disease is caused by sedentary lifestyles characterized among Asians
d.Since Diabetes causes Alzheimer's in Europeans, it will have a similar effect on Asians too.
e.Alzheimer's Disease is a direct effect of Diabetes
Last improved on 4/5/2011 at 1:04:21 PM by Swati
 This Question is based on the following passage:

3. Which of the following assumptions support the conclusion of the passage?
a.The percentage of teenagers smoking other drugs increased
b.The stringent laws made against drug abusers last year was not the only cause of the students' changed drug habits
c.The population under study understood that using drugs is harmful to one's health
d.The study did not comprise drugs other than mentioned in the passage
e.The people who organized the campaign were the most effective campaigners in the country
 This Question is based on the following passage:

4. The argument in the passage is based on the assumption that:
a.Men are not emotional beings
b.Offspring of women affected by depression tend to be emotional and prone to depression
c.Men can cope with depression more effectively
d.Children of parents with a history of depression have the same genetic makeup which makes them vulnerable to emotional problems
e.Women are emotional wrecks and can't cope with tensions as affectively as men do
 This Question is based on the following passage:

5. The author's conclusion is based on the assumption that:
a.Every time the author has colored his hair blonde, people like him
b.There is no other reason why people might like him
c.The author always highlights his hair with streaks which is what makes people like him
d.There are many other reasons why people might like him
e.The author is not a very likeable person
 This Question is based on the following passage:

6. The underlying argument is based on the assumption that:
a.Tobacco exposure contributes to nervous disorders in the fetus
b.Smoking fathers should not expose second hand smoke to the expecting mothers as second hand smoke is potentially dangerous to the unborn child
c.Tobacco exposure leads to malforming of the limbs of the fetus
d.Smoking is a bad habit; and as soon as mothers realize that, it will be better for their children
e.Fetal exposure to tobacco plays a significant role in early initiation of tobacco use in their offspring
 This Question is based on the following passage:

7. The conclusion in the above passage is based on the assumption that:
a.American men are more concerned about their looks and so eat less  
b.Lack of exercise may be a contributing factor to heart disease  
c.American men are more prone to suffer from heart disease
d.The metabolism rate of Americans is very high
e.American men want to decrease their chances of having heart disease and so list regular exercise as a priority in their lives
 This Question is based on the following passage:

8. The company made its plan assuming that:
a.An exclusive clientele would be interested in buying their laptops with added features
b.The same product designer would be hired to design the laptops
c.Other companies selling good looking laptops having added features are not already in the scene  
d.A zany laptop needs the services of a popular product designer
e.An exclusive clientele would be attracted to a more expensive laptop with added features because it would be a lifestyle statement
 This Question is based on the following passage:

9. Which of the following assumptions support the author's conclusion in the passage?
a.UK Universities are not already making big money out of overseas students
b.Overseas students will see it as a golden opportunity to secure overseas jobs
c.A low percentage of overseas are enrolled in UK Universities
d.Asians and Americans do not have good universities in their own countries
e.There will be a dramatic increase in the number of overseas students enrolling for the e-university's courses
 This Question is based on the following passage:

10. The conclusion in the passage is based on the assumption that:
a.Cases of brain stroke are on the rise in European countries
b.Temporary disruption of blood flow to the brain is the cause of paralysis  
c.Not many doctors in the European community are adept in treating brain stroke
d.Cases of brain stroke leading to paralysis in Europe is enough for researchers to conclude that it will have the same affect on patients in the rest of the globe
e.Researchers  have been unable to trace the reason why brain stroke leads to paralysis
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