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SECTION I

READING COMPREHENSION

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: This part contains three reading passages. You are to read each one carefully. When answering the questions, you will be allowed to refer to the passages. The questions are based on what is stated or implied in each passage.

This passage was written before the fall of the Soviet Union.

Passage 1:

With Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx in 1848 in 1848 published the Communist Manifesto, calling upon the masses to rise and throw off their economic chains. His mature theories of society were later elaborated in his large and abstruse work Das Kapital. Starting as a non-violent revolutionist, he ended life as a major social theorist more or less sympathetic with violent revolution, if such became necessary in order to change the social system which he believed to be frankly predatory upon the masses.

On the theoretical side, Marx set up the doctrine of surplus value as the chief element in capitalistic exploitation. According to this theory, the ruling classes no longer employed military force primarily as a means to plundering the people. Instead, they used their control over employment and working conditions under the bourgeois capitalistic system for this purpose, paying only a bare subsistence wage to the worker while they appropriated all surplus values in the productive process. He further taught that the strategic disadvantage of the worker in industry prevented him from obtaining a fairer share of the earnings by bargaining methods and drove him to revolutionary procedures as a means to establishing his economic and social rights. This revolution might be peacefully consummated by parliamentary procedures if the people prepared themselves for political action by mastering the materialistic interpretation of history and by organizing politically for the final event. It was his belief that the aggressions of the capitalist class would eventually destroy the middle class and take over all their sources of income by a process of capitalistic absorption of industry - a process which has failed to occur in most countries.

With minor exceptions, Marx's social philosophy is now generally accepted by left-wing labor movements in many countries, but rejected by centrist labor groups, especially those in the United States. In Russia and other Eastern European countries, however, Socialist leaders adopted the methods of violent revolution because of the opposition of the ruling classes. Yet, many now hold that the present Communist regime in Russia and her satellite countries is no longer a proletarian movement based on Marxist social and political theory, but a camouflaged imperialistic effort to dominate the world in the interest of a new ruling class.

It is important, however, that those who wish to approach Marx as a teacher should not be "buffaloed" by his philosophic approach. They are very likely to in these days, because those most interested in propagating the ideas of Marx, the Russian Bolsheviks, have swallowed down his Hegelian Philosophy along with his science of revolutionary engineering, and they look upon us irrelevant peoples, who presume to mediate social and even revolutionary problems without making our indifference to them. They are wrong in scorning our distaste for having practical programs presented in the form of systems of philosophy. In that we simply represent a more progressive intellectual culture than that in which Marx received his education - a culture farther emerged from the dominance of religious attitudes.

1. According to the passage, the chief element in Marx's analysis of capitalist exploitation was the doctrine of

(A) just wages.
(B) the price system.
(C) surplus value.
(D) predatory production.
(E) subsistence work.

2. Das Kapital differs from the Communist Manifesto in that it

(A) was written with the help of Friedrich Engels.
(B) retreated from Marx's earlier revolutionary stance.
(C) expressed a more fully developed form of Marxist theory.
(D) denounced the predatory nature of the capitalist system.
(E) expressed sympathy for the plight of the middle class.

3. According to the passage, Marx ended his life

I. a believer is nonviolent revolution.
II. accepting violent revolution.
III. a major social theorist.

(A) I only
(B) III only
(C) I and III only
(D) II and III only
(E) Neither I, II, nor III

4. The author suggests that the then-present Communist regime in Russia may best be categorized as a (n)

(A) proletarian movement.
(B) social government.
(C) imperialistic state.
(D) revolutionary government.
(E) social democracy.

5. Marx's social philosophy is now generally accepted by

(A) centrist labor groups
(B) most labor unions.
(C) left-wing labor unions.
(D) only those in Communist countries.
(E) only those in Russia.

6. It can be concluded that the author of the passage is

(A) sympathetic to Marx's ideas.
(B) unsympathetic to Marx's ideas.
(C) uncritical of Marx's interpretation of history.
(D) a believer in Hegelian philosophy
(E) a Leninist-Marxist.

7. Which of the following classes did Marx believe should control the economy?

(A) the working class
(B) the upper class
(C) the middle class
(D) the lower class
(E) the capitalist class

8. According to Marx, a social and economic revolution could take place through
    I. parliamentary procedures.
    II. political action.
    III. violent revolution.

(A) I only
(B) III only
(C) I or II only
(D) II or III only
(E) I, II, or III

Passages 2 and 3 with question from No. 9 to 25 are similar to the question of passage 1.

SECTION II

PROBLEM SOLVING

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: Solve each of the following problems; then indicate the correct answer on the answer sheet. [On the actual test you will be permitted to use any space available on the examination paper for scratch work.]

NOTE: A figure that appears with a problem is drawn as accurately as possible so as to provide information that may help in answering the question. Numbers in this test are real numbers.

1. A college has raised 75% of the amount it needs for a new building by receiving an average donation of $60 from the people already solicited. The people already solicited represent 60% of the people the college will ask for donations. If the college is to raise exactly the amount needed for the new building, how much must the remaining people donate per person?

(A) $25
(B) $30
(C) $40
(D) $50
(E) $60

2. If 2x+y=10 and x=3, what is x-y?

(A) -4
(B) -1
(C) 0
(D) 1
(E) 7

3. If a worker can pack 1/6 of a carton of canned food in 15 minutes and there are 40 workers in a factory, how many cartons should be packed in the factory in 1 2/3 hours?

(A) 33
(B) 40 2/9
(C) 43 4/9
(D) 44 4/9
(E) 45 2/3

4. Which of the following inequalities is the solution to the inequality 7x - 5 < 2x + 18?

(A) x < 13/5
(B) x > 23/9
(C) x < 23/9
(D) x > 23/5
(E) x < 23/5

5. A truck driver must complete a 180-mile trip in 4 hours. If he averages 50 miles an hour for the first three hours of his trip, how fast must he travel in the final hour?

(A) 30 mph
(B) 35 mph
(C) 40 mph
(D) 45 mph
(E) 50 mph

6. If a triangle has base B and the altitude of the triangle is twice the base, then the area of the triangle is

(A) 1/2 AB
(B) AB
(C) 1/2 B2
(D) B2
(E) 2B2

7. If the product of two numbers is 10 and the sum of the two numbers is 7, then the larger of the two numbers is

(A) -2
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4 1/4
(E) 5

8. Oranges cost $Xa bag for the first 100 bags a store buys from a wholesaler. All bags bought in addition to the first 100 get a discount of 10 %. How much does it cost to buy 150 bags of oranges from the wholesaler?

(A) $100
(B) $140x
(C) $145x
(D) $150x
(E) $100x + $50

9. If the lengths of the two sides of a right triangle adjacent to the right angle are 8 and 15 respectively, then the length of the side opposite the right angle is

(A) √258
(B) 15.8
(C) 16
(D) 17
(E) 17.9

10. It costs x each to print the first 600 copies of a newspaper. It costs (x-y/10) for every copy after the first 600. How much does it cost to print 1,500 copies of the newspaper?

(A) 1500x
(B) 150y
(C) (1,500x-90y)
(D) $(150x-9y)
(E) $15x

11. Which of the following sets of values for w, x, y, and z respectively are possible if ABCD is a parallelogram?

I. 50, 130, 50, 130
II. 60, 110, 70, 120
III. 60, 150, 50, 150

(A) I only
(B) II only
(C) I and II only
(D) I and III only
(E) I, II, and III

12. John weights twice as much as Marcia. Marcia's weight is 60% of Bob's weight. Dave weights 50% of Lee's weight. Lee weighs 190% of John's weight. Which of these 5 persons weights the least?

(A) Bob
(B) Dave
(C) John
(D) Lee
(E) Marcia

13. The sum of 5 consecutive integers is 35. How many of the five consecutive integers are prime numbers?

(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3
(E) 4

14. Circle 1 has the same radius as circle 2. A is the center of circle 1, and B is the center of circle 2. Circle 1 and circle 2 meet only at C. ACB is a straight line segment of length 10. What is the length of DB if DA is perpendicular to AC?

(A) 10
(B) 5√5
(C) 11
(D) 10√2
(E) 15

15. The assessed value of a house is $72,000. The assessed value is 60% of the market value of the house. If taxes are $3 for every $1,000 of the market value of the house, how much are the taxes on the house?

(A) $216
(B) $360
(C) $1,386
(D) $2,160
(E) $3,600

16. If the operation * is defined by *a = a2-2, then *(*5) is

(A) 23
(B) 527
(C) 529
(D) 621
(E) 623

17. If y/x = 1/3 and x + 2y = 10, then x is

(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
(E) 6

18. What is the area of the parallelogram ABCD? A = (1,-1), B= (2,2), C= (5,2), and D=(4,-1).

(A) 3
(B) 4
(C) 41/2
(D) 9
(E) 10

19. The area of a rectangular field is 1,000 square yards. If the length of the field is y yards, then how many yards is the perimeter of the field?

(A) y+1,000/y
(B) 2y+1,000
(C) 1,000
(D) 2y+1,000/y
(E) 2y+2,000/y

20. The figure ABCDEFGH is a cube. AB = 10. What is the length of the line segment AF?

(A) 10
(B) 10√2
(C) 10√3
(D) 20
(E) 10√5

If there is still time remaining, you may review the questions in the section only. In the actual CAT GMAT,  you cannot, you cannot return to a question after you have confirmed you answer.

SECTION III

CRITICAL REASONING

Time: 30 minutes

Direction: For each question, choose the best answer among the listed alternative.

1. Myra: The number of freeway accidents this year in the state of North Carolina, where the speed limit on free ways was lowered to fifty miles an hour two years ago, is clear evidence that speed restrictions, rigorously enforced, make drivers more aware of the dangers of going too fast.

Lewis: Wrong. A close look at the records shows that the number of freeway accidents has been falling ever since the formation of a new special traffic division, which happened two years before the lowering of the speed limit.

Which of the following best describes the weak point in Myra's statement upon which Lewis focuses?

(A) The decrease in freeway accidents may be a temporary phenomenon.
(B) The evidence Myra cites comes only from one source - the state of North Carolina.
(C) Myra's claim leaves open the possibility that the cause she cities came after the effect she attributes to it.
(D) No exact statistics for freeway accidents are given by Myra.
(E) No mention is made of deaths caused on roads other than freeways.

2. Imagine you are a prisoner. Two prison guards, Jake and Jim, defend two doors. One door leads to death, the other to your life and freedom.

Each of the guards either always tells the truth or always lies. Both may be truth-tellers, both may be liars, or one may be a liar and the other a truth-teller.

You are allowed to choose from the following questions to discover which door leads to your release.

1. Is your comrade the same as you?
2. Are you guarding the door to life and liberty?
3. Is your comrade lying?
4. Are you telling the truth?

Which of the following combinations of questions will lead to your certain freedom?

(A) 3 to Jake, 4 to Jim, 2 to Jake.
(B) 3 to Jim, 2 to Jake, 1 to Jim.
(C) 2 to Jim, 2 to Jake, 3 to Jake.
(D) 4 to Jim, 1 to Jim, 2 to Jake.
(E) 1 to Jim, 1 to Jake, 2 to Jim.

3. The Pistons have more points than the Nuggets. The Bullets have less points than the Lakers. The Nuggets and the Suns have the same number of points. The Sun have more points than the Bullets.

If the above is true, which of the following must also be true?

(A) The Nuggets have fewer points than the Bullets.
(B) The Pistons have more points than the Bullets.
(C) The Nuggets have fewer points than the Lakers
(D) The Lakers have more points than the Pistons.
(E) The Lakers have more points than the Suns.

4. A train leaves New Jersey for New York every minute, all trains traveling on the same line. At the same time, and leaving at the same one-minute intervals, trains make the journey in the opposite direction (New York to New Jersey) traveling all the time on rails parallel to the New York - bound trains. All the trains complete the 60-mile journey in exactly one hour. No other trains use these tracks. Given the above facts, which of the following conclusions cannot be made?

(A) A train leaving New Jersey at 3 P.M. after the latter has completed one quarter of its journey.
(B) The 3:30 P.M. out of New York will reach its destination before the train due to arrive in New York at 6 P.M. has left its home station.
(C) The train that leaves New York at 4 P.M. will pass 60 trains during its journey.
(D) The average speed of the train that leaves New York at 5 P.M. is 60 miles per hour.
(E) None of the above.

5. The states of New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and California provide extensive free higher education to their residents. These states are representative of different geographic areas of the United States. There is little reason why most states cannot provide the same service to their residents.

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the above argument?

(A) Free education is not guaranteed by the constitution.
(B) New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and California have more qualified high school graduates than other states.
(C) Most other states do not have the tax base that New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and California have.
(D) Other states do not have as may high school graduates.
(E) Quality education cannot be free; it must be paid for.

6. Professor Archibald had the task of giving grades (ranging from A-D in descending value) to his 100 students, based upon the marks they received in three examinations in which the passing mark was 50%. He is instructed to follow the following criteria:

  1. All students who scored between 30 and 100% in any two examinations could receive an A grade.

  2. Students that came in the top decile overall were to be awarded an A.

  3. Notwithstanding I and II, if any student failed a paper, the highest he or she could get was a B.

  4. The top 20 students in the whole year, when the overall exam percentages were averaged, could receive an A.

Given the above criteria, which of the following, in the absence of further information, would definitely not be permissible?

(A) A Brown, who got 95% in Chemistry and 92% in Biology, received a B grade.
(B) B. White, who was first in Physics and got 96% in History, received a B grade.
(C) C. Green failed English but, because he ranked ninth overall out of the 100 students, he was awarded an A grade.
(D) D. Black was given an A after he came in twentieth out of the 100 students and failed to get above 90% in any of the three examinations.
(E) E. Gray failed his Math paper, but came in top in his other two tests and was awarded a B.

The question format from 7-20 are same as the question formats of 1-6.

SECTION IV

DATA SUFFICIENCY

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: Each of the following problems has a question and two statements which are labeled (1) and (2). Use the data given in (1) and (2) together with other available information (such as the number of hours in a day, the definition of clockwise, mathematical facts, etc.) to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Then fill in space

(A) if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone;
(B) if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone;
(C) if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices;
(D) if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices;
(E) if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

All numbers used in this section are real numbers. A figure given for a problem is intended to provide information consistent with that in the question, but not necessarily with the additional information contained in the statements.

1. How many degrees Celsius is 100 Fahrenheit?

  1. Degrees Celsius = 5/9 (degrees Fahrenheit) - 32

  2. Degrees Fahrenheit = 9/5 (degrees Celsius) + 32

2. What is the area of the shaded part of the circle? O is the center of the circle.

  1. The radius of the circle is 4.

  2. x is 60.

3. What was Mr. Kliman's income in 1970?

  1. His total income for 1968, 1969, and 1970 was $ 41,000.

  2. He made 20% more in 1969 than he did in 1968.

4. If I and I' are straight lines, find y.

  1. x = 100

  2. z = 80

5. Fifty students have signed up for at least one of the courses German I and English I. How many of the 50 students are taking German I but not English I?

  1. 16 students are taking German I and English I.

  2. The number of students taking English I but not German I is the same as the number taking German I but not English I.

6. The XYZ Corporation has 7,000 employees. What is the average yearly wage of an employee of the XYZ Corporation?

  1.  4,000 of the employees are executives.

  2. The total amount the company pays in wages each year is $ 77,000,000.

7. Is X > Y?

  1. (X + Y)2 > 0

  2. X is positive

8. How long will it take to travel from A to B? It takes 4 hours to travel from A to B and back to A.

  1. It takes 25% more time to travel from A to B than it does to travel from B to A.

  2. C is midway between A and B, and it takes 2 hours to travel from A to C and back to A.

9. Did ABC Company make a profit in 1980?

  1. ABC Company made a profit in 1979.

  2. ABC Company made a profit in 1981.

10. Did the price of a bushel of soybeans increase during every week of 1980?

  1. The price of a bushel of soybeans was $2 on January 1, 1980.

  2. The price of a bushel of soybeans was $4 on January 1, 1981.

The question format from 11-25 are same as the question formats of 1-10.

SECTION V

SENTENCE CORRECTION

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: This test consists of a number of sentences, in each of which some part or the whole is underlined. Each sentence is followed by five alternative versions of the underlined portion. Select the alternative you consider both most correct and most effective according to the requirements of standard written English. Answer A is the same as the original version; if you think the original version is the best, select answer A.

In considering the answer choices, be attentive to matters of grammar, diction, and syntax, as well as clarity, precision, and fluency. Do not select an answer that alters the meaning of the original sentence.

1. If we cooperate together by dividing up the work, we shall be able to finish it quickly.

(A) If we cooperate together by dividing up the work
(B) If we cooperate by dividing up the work
(C) If we cooperate together by dividing the work
(D) If we cooperate dividing up the work
(E) If we cooperate together by dividing the work

2. I think he approves my choice despite the fact I differ with him, granted the generation gap between us.

(A) I think he approves my choice despite the fact I differ with him, granted the generation gap between us.
(B) Granted the generation gap between us, I think he approves my choice despite the fact I differ with him.
(C) Despite the fact I differ with him, I think he approves my choice, granted the generation gap between us.
(D) Despite the fact I differ with him, I think, granted the generation gap between us, he approves my choice.
(E) Granted the generation gap between us, despite the fact that I differ with him, I think he approves my choice.

3. The vacationers enjoyed swimming in the pool, bathing in the ocean, and, particularly, to snorkel near the reef.

(A) enjoyed swimming in the pool, bathing in the ocean, and, particularly, to snorkel
(B) enjoyed swimming in the pool, to bathe in the ocean, and particularly, to snorkel
(C) enjoyed swimming in the pool, to bathe in the ocean, and particularly snorkeling
(D) enjoyed swimming in the pool, bathing in the ocean, and, particularly, snorkeling
(E) enjoyed to swim in the pool, to bathe in the ocean, and, particularly, to snorkel

4. Crossing the street, a car almost struck us.

(A) Crossing the street, a car almost struck us.
(B) A car almost struck us, crossing the street.
(C) As we crossed the street, a car almost struck us.
(D) A car, crossing the street, almost struck us.
(E) Having crossed the street, a car almost struck us.

5. The theme of this novel is how money doesn't make you happy.

(A) The theme of this novel is how money doesn't make you happy.
(B) The theme of this novel is that money doesn't make you happy.
(C) In this novel, its theme is how money doesn't make you happy.
(D) In this novel, that money doesn't make you happy is the theme.
(E) In this novel, you are not made happy by money is the theme.

6. If some Americans look at where they are going, it can be seen that our goal is money.

(A) look at where they are going, it can be seen that our goal
(B) look back at where they are going, they see that their goal
(C) look ahead to where they are going, it can be seen that their goal
(D) look at where they are going, they can see our goal
(E) look ahead to where they are going, they can see their goal

The question format from 7-25 are same as the question formats of 1-6.

SECTION VI

PROBLEM SOLVING

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: Solve each of the following problems; then indicate the correct answer on the answer sheet. [On the actual test you will be permitted to use scratch paper for your calculation.]

NOTE: A figure that appears with a problem is drawn as accurately as possible so as to provide information that may help in answering the question. Numbers in this test are real numbers.

1. If the side of a square increase by 40%, then the area of the square increased by

(A) 16%
(B) 40%
(C) 96%
(D) 116%
(E) 140%

2. If 28 cans of soda cost $ 21.00, then 7 cans of soda should cost

(A) $ 5.25
(B) $ 5.50
(C) $ 6.40
(D) $ 7.00
(E) $ 10.50

3. If the product of 3 consecutive integers is 210, then the sum of the two smaller integers is

(A) 5
(B) 11
(C) 12
(D) 13
(E) 18

4. If X and Y are negative numbers, which of the following statements is (are) always true?

I. X - Y is negative
II. -X is positive
III. (-X) (-Y) is positive

(A) I only
(B) II only
(C) I and II only
(D) II and III only
(E) I and III only

5. ABCD has area equal to 28. BC is parallel to AD. BA is perpendicular to AD. If BC is 6 and AD is 8, then what is CD?

(A) 2√2
(B) 2V3
(C) 4
(D) 2√5
(E) 6

6. A manufacturer prints books at a cost of $x each for the first thousand copies printed. The second thousand copies printed cost $ .9x each. If it costs $ 3,264 to print 1,400 copies of a book, then x is

(A) 1.63
(B) 2.10
(C) 2.33
(D) 2.40
(E) 2.59

The question format from 7-20 are same as the question formats of 1-6.

SECTION VII

CRITICAL REASONING

Time: 30 minutes

Directions: For each question, choose the best answer among the listed alternatives.

1. A politician wrote the following: "I realize there are some short-comings to the questionnaire method. However, since I send a copy of the questionnaire to every home in the district, I believe the results are quite representative...I think the numbers received are so large that it is quite accurate even though the survey is not done scientifically."

The writer of the above statement makes which of the following assumptions:

(A) Most people who received the questionnaire have replied.
(B) Most people in the district live in homes.
(C)  The questionnaire method of data collection is unscientific.
(D) The large number of replies means that a high proportion of those sampled have replied.
(E) A large, absolute number of replies is synonymous with accuracy.

2. In 1970, Transylvania earned $ 1 million in tourist revenue. By 1990, tourist revenue doubled, and in 2000 it reached the sum of $ 4 million.

Each of the following, if true, may explain the trend in tourist revenue except:

(A) The number of tourists has increased from 1970 to 2000.
(B) Average expenditure per tourist has increased.
(C) Average stay per tourist has increased.
(D) The number of total hotel rooms has increased.
(E) The average price of tourist services has increased.

3. Donors are almost never offended by being asked for too much (in fact, they are usually flattered). And if you ask for too much, your donor can always suggest a smaller amount. On the other hand, donors are frequently offended by being asked for too little. A common reaction is "So that's all they think I'm worth."

The above statement assumes that:

(A) Donors are usually never asked enough.
(B) A good fund-raiser will value the worth of the donor.
(C) It is worth the gamble to ask for large donations.
(D) Fund-raisers often think that donors are incapable of giving much.
(E) Donors are seldom offended by fund-raisers.

4. One major obligation of the social psychologist is to provide his own discipline, the other social sciences, and interested laymen with conceptual tools that will increase the range and the reliability of their understanding of social phenomena. Beyond that, responsible government officials are today turning more frequently to the social scientist for insights into the nature and solution of the problems with which they are confronted.

The above argument assumes that:

(A) Social psychologists must have a strong background in other sciences as well as their own.
(B) A study of social psychology should be a part of the curriculum of government officials.
(C) The social scientist has an obligation to provide the means by which social phenomena are little understood by those outside the field of social psychology.
(E) A good social psychologist is obligated principally by the need to solve interdisciplinary problems.

5. Now problems require new solutions. And new problems arise with new populations and new technologies. The solutions of these problems require new institutions as well as new political, economic, and social mechanisms. Yet institutions and political and economic arrangements grow slowly, new institutions should be given every chance of success.

The writer of the above makes which of the following assumptions:

(A) New institutions are needed because old institutions are inefficient.
(B) New institutions are created in order to solve existing problems
(C) As old institutions are phased out, new ones take their place.
(D) If there were no growth, old institutions would die more slowly.
(E) Socio-technological change requires new forms of institutional arrangements.

6. About 40 percent of American husbands think it is a good idea for wives with school-age children to work outside the home. Only one out of ten German household heads approves of mothers working of school-age children live at home. Every second American wife and every third German wife with school-age children has a job outside her home.

If the above is correct, which of the following must be true?
(A) More German than American wives work outside the home.
(B) Employment opportunities for American wives are greater than for German husbands.
(C) German husbands have more conservative attitudes than American husbands.
(D) German husbands would seem to be less satisfied about working wives who have school-age children than American husbands.
(E) German women have fewer children than American women.

The question format from 7-20 are same as the question formats of 1-6.

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