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The sample skills test questions on this page are intended to illustrate the types of questions which might appear on a generic adult level reasoning skills test.   However, the topics, reading levels, and degree of difficulty of the questions used on actual tests match the educational level and / or professional interests of the population for which a given test is designed. Some versions of these tests include a greater proportion of items which call for numeracy, as illustrated by Sample Item #6. To view a specific test qualified purchasers should purchase the preview pack for the test most appropriate for use with their intended test takers.

Instructions: Form a reflective and reasoned judgment with regard to which choice is the best from among those offered.

 

Background for Sample Thinking Skills Questions 1-3

Sample Item 3; athlete

For Sample Questions 1, 2 and 3 Please consider this information : A scientific study compared two matched groups of college women. The women in both groups were presented with information about the benefits of a healthy diet and regular exercise. The women in one group were paired up with one another and encouraged to work as two-person teams to help each other stick with the recommended healthy regimen of smart eating and regular vigorous exercise. The women in the other group were encouraged to use the same recommended regimen, but they were also advised to work at it individually, rather than with a partner or teammate. After 50 days the physical health and the well-being of all the women in both groups were evaluated. On average the women in the first group (with teammates) showed a 26 point improvement in measures of cardiopulmonary capacity, body strength, body fat reduction, and sense of well-being. On average the women in the other group (encouraged to work as individuals) showed a 17 point improvement on those same measures. Using statistical analyses the researchers determined that the probability that a difference of this size had occurred by chance was less than one in 1000.

Sample Thinking Skills Question #1.

If true, these research findings would tend to support which of the following assertions?

 A = A college woman cannot achieve optimal health functioning without a teammate.
 B = Universities should require all students living in campus residence halls to participate in a health regime of smart eating and regular vigorous exercise.
 C = A healthy diet will cause one to have better mental health and physical strength.
 D = This research study was funded by a corporation that makes exercise apparel.
 E = A regimen of smart eating and regular exercise is related to better health.

Sample Thinking Skills Question #2.

If the information given in the case above were true, which of the following hypotheses would not need to be ruled out in order to confidently claim that for the majority of young adults a regimen of smart eating and regular vigorous exercise will result in significant improvements in one’s overall health.

 A = This study was about women, the findings cannot be generalized to include men.
 B = Since the study began to solicit willing participants before the Research Ethics Review Committee of the college gave the research project its formal approval to gather data, the findings are invalid.
 C = Some women in the study over-reported their compliance with the eating and exercise regimen, which led the researchers to underestimate the full impact of the regimen.
 D = Since many of those studied described themselves as overweight or out of shape when the study began, a similar regimen will not benefit people who are healthier to start with.
 E = The performance tests used to evaluate the health and well-being of females may not be appropriate for evaluating the health and well-being of males.

Sample Thinking Skills Question #3.

Consider the claim, "Working with a teammate or partners on a health regimen is better than working individually." Which of the following additional pieces of information would not weaken that claim?

A = Most of the women in the group that was encouraged to work individually actually worked with friends and partners who were not part of the study.
 B = Most of the pairings and teams created in the first group (with teammates) fell apart after a few days and the women in that group actually worked individually.
 C = There was something about the women in the first group (with teammates) that the researchers overlooked, thus invalidating the intended matching of the two groups.
 D = Men are more likely to work alone, so any recommendation that men find a teammate or partner to support them in sticking with the regimen will be ignored.
 E = The study was undertaken when there were no exams or major projects due, thus the results about working with a teammate do not apply to more stressful times of the year.

Sample Thinking Skills Question #4.

Sample Item # 4 business meeting

Three graduate school friends, Anna, Barbara, and Carol, graduated successfully. Being in the same program, the three often worked as a team on group assignments. Anna earned the special recognition of "pass with distinction" when she graduated. Carol and Barbara, although receiving their degrees, did not earn this special honor. A fourth student in the same graduate program, Deirdre, often said that the graduate program was poorly designed and not difficult at all. Deirdre did not graduate, instead she was advised by the faculty to withdraw from the program because her work was below acceptable standards. Given this information only, it follows that
 

A = Carol and Barbara deserved to receive "pass with distinction" like Anna.
B = Barbara’s work in the program was superior to Carol’s.
C = Barbara was jealous of the academic success her friend, Anna, enjoyed.
D = Deirdre’s work in the program was below the quality of Carol’s work.
E = Anna, being successful, will decide to enroll in another advanced graduate program

Sample Thinking Skills Question #5.

Sample Item # 5 rusty valve

"I’ve heard many reasons why our nation should reduce its reliance on petroleum vehicle fuels. One is that relying on imported oil makes our economy dependent on the political whims of foreign rulers. Another is that other energy sources, like the possibility of hydrogen based fuels, are less harmful to the environment. And a third is that petroleum is not a renewable resource so when we’ve used it all up, it will be gone! But I don’t think we’re likely to use it all up for at least another fifty years. And by then we’ll have invented new and better fuels and more fuel-efficient vehicles too. So that argument doesn’t worry me. And I don’t really believe the stuff about how foreign leaders can force our nation to change its policies simply by decreasing their oil production. Oil companies like Exxon have made record profits precisely in those times when the supply of foreign oil was reduced. I don’t see the big oil companies being very interested in policy change when the money is rolling in. And for another, our nation has demonstrated that it is willing to wage war rather than to permit foreign leaders to push us around. So this whole thing about how we have to reduce our reliance on petroleum based gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel is bogus." The speaker’s reasoning is best evaluated as

A = strong. It shows the arguments for reducing petroleum vehicle fuels are weak.
B = strong. The speaker is very clear about what he believes and why he believes it.
C = weak. The speaker probably owns stock in Exxon or some other oil company.
D = weak. The speaker ignored the environmental argument entirely.

Sample Thinking Skills Question #6.

Sample Item # 6: phone

Using the phone at her desk, Sylvia in Corporate Sales consistently generates a very steady $1500 per hour in gross revenue for her firm. After all of her firm’s costs have been subtracted, Sylvia’s sales amount to $100 in bottom line (net) profits every 15 minutes. At 10:00 a.m. one day the desk phone Sylvia uses to make her sales calls breaks. Without the phone Sylvia cannot make any sales. Assume that Sylvia’s regular schedule is to begin making sales calls at 8:00 a.m. Assume she works the phone for four hours, takes a one hour lunch exactly at noon, and then returns promptly to her desk for four more hours of afternoon sales. Sylvia loves her work and the broken phone is keeping her from it. If necessary she will try to repair the phone herself. Which of the following options would be in the best interest of Sylvia’s firm to remedy the broken phone problem?

A = Use Ed’s Phone Repair Shop down the street. Ed can replace Sylvia’s phone by 10:30 a.m. Ed will charge the firm $500.
B = Assign Sylvia to a different project until her phone can be replaced with one from the firm’s current inventory. Replacing the phone is handled by the night shift.
C = Authorize Sylvia to buy a new phone during her lunch hour for $75 knowing she can plug it in and have it working within a few minutes after she gets back to her desk at 1:00 p.m.
D = Ask Sylvia to try to repair her phone herself. She will probably complete the repair by 2:00 p.m.; or maybe later.

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About a third of the questions that appear in the GMAT verbal section are critical reasoning questions.
Typical questions that appear in critical reasoning include strengthening an argument, weakening an argument, identifying the assumption of an argument, and evaluating an argument.

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  1. Linda: In the 1800s, it was found that one in every six women who gave birth in hospitals died of a fever they had contracted after delivering the child and that the mortality was not as high if they gave birth at home with the help of a mid wife. It was found that the doctors had a poorer sense of hygiene and that their dirty hands and instruments were leading to pathogens entering a woman’s bloodstream. Thankfully, hygienic conditions today are much better and women are safer.

    Fiona: But doctors today are so overworked that a number of doctors, while aware of the need for better hygiene, barely find the time to wash their hands. The likelihood of infections caused by doctors is probably not any better.

    Which of the following can be used by Fiona to further establish that Linda need not be correct in her reasoning?

    1. A nationwide survey found that doctors, especially experienced ones, are more prone to the belief that they could not possibly be carrying pathogens.
    2. It is reported that around 50,000 people die every year in our country from hospital acquired infections.
    3. Compulsory hand cleansing is strictly adhered to by all doctors and nurses before every major surgical procedure.
    4. During a study, doctors handling newborn babies self reported a hand cleansing rate of 90℅.
    5. Nurses are not any better than doctors in adhering to strict cleansing schedules, especially when busy.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  2. The Americans with disabilities act (ADA) was designed to ensure that there is no discrimination against and unfair termination of differently-abled workers in the workplace. However, after the act was introduced, there has been a marked increase in unemployment among the differently-abled.

    Which of the following best explains this seeming discrepancy?

    1. A number of differently-abled people chose not to work
    2. Not willing to deal with the issues of workplace discrimination of the differently-abled, several companies recruited fewer of them in the first place
    3. Knowing that the act was about to be enforced, companies terminated some of the differently-abled while they had a chance
    4. There was no act introduced that would guarantee a job for the differently-abled
    5. The unemployment among the able-bodied has remained consistently hig
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  3. In an effort to curb drug abuse, the government has imposed strict laws to prosecute the dealers. However, such an initiative is unlikely to be effective. Prosecuting dealers will lead to a shortage of drugs. At the same time, because no efforts are being taken to curb demand, drugs will be sold at a premium, attracting more people to the very remunerative job of drug dealing. Therefore, to effectively reduce drug abuse, the government will have to prosecute the drug users and not dealers.

    Which of the following is the most relevant information in evaluating the credibility of the argument?

    1. Whether efforts have been successfully taken in any other country to regulate drug users.
    2. Whether the payoff from selling drugs outweighs the severity of the punishment
    3. Whether drugs will continue to be sold at a premium when there are dealers in the market again
    4. Whether the majority of the users will be willing to pay a premium to continue to use the drugs
    5. Whether the government will be able to keep track of new dealers as and when they enter the market
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  4. Alan: In the last 15 years, most of the criminals who were convicted of theft or murder were from the lower income classes and had not completed high school. Therefore, the government has to spend more money on reducing poverty and increase funding to education. Because terrorism is the most severe of all crimes, such measures would bring down overall crime rate and reduce threat from terrorism.

    Dylan: A study that was conducted in a country known to produce a number of terrorists showed that on average the terrorists were better educated than the overall population and that they did not necessarily come from lower income classes. This is probably because crimes such as theft are committed for personal gain while terrorism is for political or religious gain.

    Which of the following best describes Dylan’s response to Alan?

    1. Dylan changes the direction of the argument entirely by discussing the scenario in a different country
    2. Dylan partially agrees with Alan’s reasoning but refutes his recommendation to the government
    3. Dylan converts a causal argument made by Alan into a generalization applicable universally
    4. Dylan challenges Alan’s reasoning by explaining why two situations that Alan perceives as similar are not
    5. While Alan arrives at a conclusion by drawing an analogy, Dylan arrives at the same conclusion by refuting the analogy
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  5. During the last 50 years in England, the national football team has had at least 60℅ of its players born during the months January to March. Similarly, in Germany, at least 50℅ of the team has been born during the first three months of the year. In fact, this statistic holds true for most European countries. This shows that in most European countries, parents with kids born early in the year are more likely to encourage a football career.

    Which of the following best explains why the conclusion need not be the best explanation for the statistic?

    1. Of the remaining members, 60℅ or more tend to be born between the months of April and June.
    2. Parents of kids born in the second half of the year have displayed a measurable intent to promote scholarly careers
    3. The age cut-off for kids to try out for a team in most European countries is calculated as on December 31 of any year and older the kid during trials, greater the chances of getting the right opportunities.
    4. The school year usually begins in April in most European countries and many parents are known to encourage students to work on their academics and not sports during the school year.
    5. During the last 50 years, on average 30℅ of the kids have been born during the first three months of the year.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  6. Studies have established that children who watched 2 more hours of TV on an average daily basis during the first 15 years of their life were 50℅ more likely to be arrested for property crimes in the country. Researchers believe that these studies clearly establish that violence in movies and TV contribute to aggressive behavior in real life. On the other hand, there is no clear evidence that the programs that the kids watched on TV were violent in the first place. Even if we were to accept that TV watching contributed to the increased crime rate, it need not have been because of the nature of the programs. Perhaps, children who watched programs such as Adams and Samson, a funny sit-com about two blundering cops began perceiving all cops as incompetent.

    What is the role of the sentences in boldface?

    1. The first establishes a theory that the author later clearly refutes while the second presents the author’s conclusion
    2. The first is an interpretation made by researchers that the author contends against and the second provides an alternative explanation for statistical data
    3. The first is an opinion expressed by someone other than the author and which the author is completely in disagreement with while the second provides the reason for the author’s doubt
    4. The first is a fact supporting the researcher’s conclusion while the second is the author’s conclusion.
    5. The first is a clearly proven opinion even if the author disagrees with it while the second is an ambiguous opinion that has no supporting data
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  7. During mediaeval times, the administrative system was organized such that jobs were traditionally held within the same family. The eldest son of the village’s blacksmith will take up his father’s business and become the next blacksmith. The other sons would join the army or serve the king in some fashion while the daughters did what their mother did. Although the world has undergone innumerable changes, the dynastic system has not undergone any change whatsoever. Children who have fathers who played major league baseball are 800 times more likely than other kids to become major league players themselves.

    Which of the following best refutes the author’s reasoning?

    1. In countries with a royal family, the eldest son of the king is destined to be the next king.
    2. The blacksmith’s eldest son in a mediaeval village could not choose any other profession even if he wanted to.
    3. A major baseball player will have better knowledge and skills and will be able to guide his son better.
    4. 60℅ of the country’s doctors have at least one parent who is a doctor.
    5. It is a proven fact that success in any career is determined more by skill and practice rather than by genetic makeup.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  8. A survey conducted recently in the city indicated that most college welfare-aid applicants understate the number of luxury items – such as cars and TVs – that their family owned, in an effort to maximize the amount of aid they can claim from the city. Paradoxically, the same study also found that many applicants claimed that they had running water and a gas connection even when they did not.

    Which of the following best explains the apparent paradox?

    1. The city does not pay welfare unless the applicants have at least some things working for them
    2. Claiming that they do not have a car or a TV ensures that the city looks at the applicant more favorably
    3. While the applicants may be willing to accept that they don’t have certain things, they felt embarrassed having to accept that they don’t have most things.
    4. Historically, at least 30℅ of the claims have had people understating what they have while only 22℅ overstated what they had.
    5. The people who understated what they had were not the same people who overstated what they had
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  9. Terrorist attacks invariably lead to tremendous losses in life, property, and morale of a country. The effects of a terrorist attack are not just immediate and can have long-lasting, trickle-down effects as well. The fear, for example, takes a long time to die down. However, some of these repercussions can be beneficial to the country. Take for instance, the recent terrorist attack on our capital city. In the weeks following the attack, the crime rate in the city came down significantly from what it was just before the attack. This must primarily be due to the increased presence of police resources that were moved to the area and is thus an indirect effect of the attack.

    Which of the following options gives one more option as to why the crime rate decreased because of the terrorist attacks?

    1. The capital city is under increased monitoring leading to quick detection of crimes – many times while the crime is still underway.
    2. A number of people are frightened because of the terrorist attacks and have fled the capital city.
    3. There was a recorded decrease in crime rate right after the terrorist attack in almost all cities of the country.
    4. Intel reports show that the terrorists who pulled off the attack had been committing various other smaller crimes regularly to distract law enforcement from their true purposes.
    5. The government had initiated schemes to decrease poverty and provide better livelihood for the people just before the terrorist attack.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  10. In 2009, there was a sharp increase in the number of people who were reported to have died in the country during the first week of the year, compared with the first week of the previous ten years. There seems to be no reason to explain this disproportionately high number of deaths especially because the reports were widespread in the country and there was no epidemic spreading through the country at that point in time. Moreover, most of the deaths were not among the young and could not even be attributed to binge drinking in celebration of the new year.

    Which of the following can then explain the discrepancy?

    1. The government announced in 2008 that estate taxes, payable by the heirs on someone’s death, would be abolished effective from the new year.
    2. Astrologists predicted that 2009 was a good year to die in, for salvation of the soul.
    3. The statistic is an anomaly that has no logical explanation.
    4. The price of some cancer drugs and chemotherapy increased by 10% in January 2009, making treatment more expensive than before.
    5. An earthquake in one of the cities during December 2008 made hospital care availability more difficult for regular illnesses.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  11. It seems that medical care is constantly improving and is far better today than it was a few years ago. New medicines are being developed, and at a lower cost. Technological advancements are being made and new treatments are devised. However, hospital care has not improved as much as expected. Most hospitals do not have a large enough ER that can handle a sudden influx of patients and the number of people who die in a hospital due to reasons other than what they got admitted for is staggeringly high.

    All of the following underscore the author’s argument EXCEPT

    1. Most hospitals require doctors to do so much paperwork that they spend insufficient time on direct patient care.
    2. Most hospitals recirculate air and therefore, it is very easy for diseases such as anthrax to spread through the hospital.
    3. In smaller cities, the ambulance service is on a voluntary basis and the response time for calls is much lower than the national average, leading to a higher loss of life.
    4. A number of doctors in private hospitals are not held accountable by the administration for the loss of patients.
    5. Doctors in most private hospitals have performance appraisals based on how much money they have brought in for the hospital rather than based on how effectively they treated patients.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  12. Industrial and automobile pollution have long been thought to contribute to global warming. However, researchers have identified that the carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide released into the atmosphere are not as potent as the methane emitted by cud-chewing animals such as cows when they fart or belch. Therefore, if you drive a hybrid electric car to the grocery, any favor that you would do to the environment would be offset if you end up buying beef.

    Which of the following best describes the author’s reasoning?

    1. The author establishes a point by drawing an analogy
    2. The author disproves a popular notion by providing evidence that is contrary to it
    3. The author presents a new theory in response to an existing well-established theory
    4. The author uses an illustration to support a new school of thought that is contrary to a popular school of thought
    5. The author makes a comparison between two theories by providing an example
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  13. There are several scientific studies and research findings that are constantly discussed and publicized in the news media. Some of these are contrary to other research studies that are published. This conflict in information makes people believe that either science is inaccurate or that they can ‘choose’ which scientific result they want to believe in. However, neither of these beliefs is accurate. Science is not inaccurate or subjective. Most of the time, scientific studies show inconsistent results either because of inaccuracies in methodology adopted or because of misrepresentation of actual results by the news media. For example, a recent study done on just 15 women showed that eating chocolate was not necessarily harmful during pregnancy and the media reported that chocolate was actually beneficial to the foetus.

    Which of the following best further corroborate the author’s argument?

    1. A study result that shows that the effect of automobile pollution on global warming is marginal.
    2. An unverified study gaining popularity because it seemingly showed that red wine reduces the risk of cancer on a very small control group.
    3. A new study that further collaborates an earlier finding that the consumption of some types of berries lower the risk of heart failure.
    4. The news media highlighting the fact that a study had clearly proven that effects of certain drugs on rats need not be the same as on humans.
    5. People not knowing what to believe because one study shows that a certain disease is caused by genetic factors, while another shows that it also caused by lifestyle factors.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  14. John: A study has identified that many soldiers received less-than-honorable discharges from the army due to charges of misconduct that can actually be attributed to conditions such as PTSD and traumatic brain injury. This is a military practice that is unfair and must be avoided. The army must take responsibility for the same and stop discharging their soldiers dishonorably.

    Christy: While it is true that it is unfair to the soldiers to be discharged so from the army, it has also been found that there are no sufficient measures or systems that have been created to identify whether the misconduct was due to trauma or due to other reasons. Moreover, to enforce discipline in the ranks, it is important for the army to follow a uniform rule for all the soldiers.

    Which of the following statements can Christy further add to her argument?

    1. If there is no proper system, then the army should have developed a proper system by now.
    2. Complete elimination of dishonorable discharges would make it more difficult for the army to monitor and evaluate the soldiers.
    3. It is not the army’s fault that there has been no system developed to help those with PTSD
    4. Studies have also found that showing consideration for some soldiers has led to others taking advantage, indirectly promoting misconduct.
    5. There have been instances when the army has been able to identify the reasons for the misconduct and acted accordingly.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation
  15. Jess: To be a woman in this century is far better than to be a woman in centuries past. Life expectancy for women has – for the first time – surpassed that for men and while only around 20℅ of college students in the late 1800s were women, today, almost 60℅ of college students are women.

    Sam: However, women educated in the top-ranked colleges in the country earn only about 70℅ of what their male counterparts earn. Also, studies show that even today, in a number of industries, women are refused top management positions simply because they are women.

    Which of the following is Jess most likely to say in response to Sam?

    1. Women today are healthier and live longer than women in the 1800s, who primarily died because of child birth.
    2. There are more women at the entry-level jobs of most industries than there are men.
    3. Women today are better able to juggle professional and personal lives and a number of them are proving to be successful single mothers.
    4. The proportion of women in the judicial and legislative branches of the country is at its highest and the country elected its first woman president recently.
    5. Women are allowed more freedom today and are not likely to be sacrificed at the altar of marriage or in a witch hunt.
    • Explanation
    • Video explanation

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