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The SAT Practice Test - Critical Reading has been designed to test the important aspects of Critical Reading. The test entails reading a long or a short passage based on general subjects and determine any of the folowing:
- the author's point in the passage
- the author's tone
- the gist of the passage
The test may also contain dual passages, and the test taker may be asked questions on both the first and the second passage.
 This Question is based on the following passage:

1. About what did David Ogilvy caution his copywriters and why?
a.The fight/fight syndrome in his lady shoppers
b.He was oblivious to the subconscious process at work among his customer's mind
c.To encourage the sales force and to avoid repetition
d.To caution his sales force to be wary of Harvard professors
e.He did not want his sales force to indulge in unfair trade practices
 This Question is based on the following passage:

2. Why are critics against subliminal research?
a.It revolves around the subconscious and not the conscious  
b.It is in favor of those companies who can afford to sponsor million dollar researches and not of "shop around the corner" stores
c.It plays with customers emotions only for achieving high profit margins of the corporate giants.
d.It adversely affects the customer as he is tricked into buying what is of no constructive use to him
e.It will have no end and push the companies into an even more ominous research about the customer's subconscious
 This Question is based on the following passage:

3. Why did the earlier market surveys not fetch the desired results?
a.It emphasized on female customers only
b.The present day techniques of conducting a survey were not available then
c.Due importance was not given to the study of market trends
d.Research on marketing went off the tangent
e.It did not take the subconscious mind into account
 This Question is based on the following passage:

4. According to the author, our linking of our future with the present:
a.will not lead to higher goals
b.is an absolute necessity
c.leads to stagnation of the soul
d.is unattainable
e.is inevitable for our sustenance
 This Question is based on the following passage:

5. Which of the following, in context of the passage most weakens the author's argument?
a.We must aspire for that is seemingly impossible
b.We are responsible for our own confusion
c.Little do we realize what we can achieve
d.If humans set their mind to something, they will achieve it
e.We understand, with an astute sense of perceptibility, the stark realities of life
 This Question is based on the following passage:

6. What will lead us to attain what we have not?
a.clarity of vision
b.foresightedness
c.realizing the negative thoughts in the world around us
d.identifying only that which is attainable
e.scientific developments
 This Question is based on the following passage:

7. The author can be described as a:
a.Philanthropist
b.Iconoclast
c.Philosopher
d.Pedagogue
e.Visionary
 This Question is based on the following passage:

8. No virtue remains a virtue unless:
a.It is acquired through self-realization.
b.The sentinel is not discarded.
c.The state thrusts it on people
d.It is initially disregarded by the people
e.It is specified in the sermons.
 This Question is based on the following passage:

9. The recent advancements in biotechnology include all the following EXCEPT:
a.gene splitting and splicing
b.cloning of different varieties of genes
c.gene replications and mutations
d.production of newer organisms
e.grafting genes onto another organisms
 This Question is based on the following passage:

10. The primary purpose of the passage is to:
a.expound the history of musical masterpieces
b.exemplify the process of creation of musical masterpiece
c.reveal the fallacy inherent in the current attitude towards musical masterpieces
d.set new benchmarks for composers to follow
e.render Beethoven's symphony as the epitome of musical masterpiece
 This Question is based on the following passage:

11. It can be inferred that the major difference between earlier and current conceptions of a musical masterpiece is that formerly the production of a masterpiece:
a.was abundant and recurring
b.was not viewed as an accomplishment
c.required an impressive style
d.was not viewed by major composers as being necessary
e.required enthusiastic popular support
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12. It can be most reasonably concluded from the passage that the author believes that development is:
a.directly proportional to the level of income in any economy
b.and must remain a prerogative of the government as only government is accountable for social welfare
c.only possible when imports are minimized and the focus is shifted to small scale industries
d.concomitant only with rapid industrialization
e.much more comprehensive than poverty alleviation
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