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The GMAT Practice Test - Reading Comprehension II has been designed to test the important aspects of reading comprehension. This test covers passages on different subjects; like business, general science and social sciences. The aim is to test the judgemental abilities of the test taker which entails reading the passage provided and answering the questions to:
- determine the main idea of the passage
- determine the tone of the author
- infer an idea from the passage
- answer a factual question
 This Question is based on the following passage:

1. What is the main idea of the passage?
a.Corporate leadership is not a bed of roses anymore and bosses have to take more responsibility
b.Corporate governance is under decreasing public gaze
c.Corporate leaders have high rates of attrition
d.Corporate bosses have a hard time keeping up with their competitors
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

2. According to the passage, why is the general public not pleased with corporate leaders?
a.The number of people reporting to corporate leaders is increasing
b.People expect more from corporate leaders than what they are doing
c.The corporate leaders are hard pressed for time and cannot spend time with the people they lead
d.Leaders have shifted the focus from business development to self development
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

3. It can be inferred from the passage that the cue to becoming a successful corporate boss is to:
a.Negotiate for higher salaries
b.Nurture and retain talented subordinates
c.Aggressively participate in the decision making process
d.Increase the number of people in company hierarchy and designate jobs to them
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

4. Why is it not fascinating to be a corporate leader anymore?
a.He has an attractive pay package which makes him the object of envy
b.He is struggling to keep up his business with slow economic activity
c.The credit of success is given to talented subordinates
d.He is subjected to intense scrutiny by one and all
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

5. What can be said about the tone of the passage?
a.Partial
b.Unbiased
c.Informative
d.Indifferent
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

6. The main idea of the passage is about:
a.Possible causes and effects of greenhouse gases
b.How greenhouse gases are affected by human activities
c.How bad greenhouse gases are for the earth's atmosphere
d.Global warming
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

7. It can be inferred from the passage that increase in greenhouse gas levels in the earth's atmosphere could:
a.Result in decreased ultra-violet radiation
b.Result in an increase in inclement weather patterns
c.Make the earth warmer or cooler
d.Increase snow cover in higher latitudes
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

8. The passage indicates that a reduction in the amount of ice in the polar seas would result in:
a.Cooling of the polar atmosphere
b.Increased transfer of heat to the polar atmosphere
c.Reversal of warming caused by greenhouse gases
d.Aggravation of effects of global warming
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

9. The author's tone is best described as:
a.Biased
b.Informative
c.Objective
d.Indifferent
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

10. It can be said from the passage that water vapor in the atmosphere:
i.Creates a layer that traps heat in the atmosphere
ii.Can have a significant effect on surface ozone levels
iii.Can help to decrease as well as increase the temperatures of the earth's surface.
a.Only i
b.Only iii
c.Only i and ii
d.i, ii and iii
e.Only i and iii
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

11. How, according to the author, can the environment be saved?
a.Through individual participation in local communities
b.By being more careful about our habitat
c.Through large scale participation among concerned members across the globe
d.By growing your own vegetables and planting trees
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

12. What is the main idea of the passage?
a.Harmful effects of global warming
b.Methods of saving our endangered animals
c.Emphasis on developing alternate sources of energy
d.Possible causes of a deteriorating environment and ways to tackle this trend
 
 This Question is based on the following passage:

13. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage?
a.We are not safe from contamination, no matter how careful  we are
b.Increase in stratospheric ozone levels results in the greenhouse effect
c.Man is responsible for maintaining the equilibrium of the earth's environment
d.Unchanging sea levels means there is no global warming
 
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By: Sahil on May 15, 2009
  The Test Looks pretty similar to what we get on real GMAT.
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  Great quiz!!!
  

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