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Directions (1-5): Sentence given in each question, when properly sequenced, from a coherent paragraph. The first and last sentences are 1 and 6, and the four in between are labelled A, B, C and D. Choose the most logical order of these four sentences for among the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph from sentences 1 to 6.
Q1. 1) In the sciences, even questionable examples of research fraud are harshly punished.
- But no such mechanism exists in the humanities — much of what humanities researchers call research does not lead to results that are replicable by other scholars.
- Given the importance of interpretation in historical and literary scholarship, humanities researchers are in a position where they can explain away deliberate and even systematic distortion.
- Mere suspicion is enough for funding to be cut off; publicity guarantees that careers can be effectively ended.
- Forgeries which take the form of pastiches in which the forger intersperses fake and real parts can be defended as mere mistakes or aberrant misreading.
6) Scientists fudging data have no such defences.
Q2. 1) Security inks exploit the same principle that causes the vivid and constantly changing colours of a film of oil on water.
- When two rays of light meet each other after being reflected from these different surfaces, they have each travelled slightly different distances.
- The key is that the light is bouncing off two surfaces, that of the oil and that of the water layer below it.
- The distance the two rays travel determines which wavelengths, and hence colours, interfere constructively and look bright.
- Because light is an electromagnetic wave, the peaks and troughs of each ray then interfere either constructively, to appear bright, or destructively, to appear dim.
6) Since the distance the rays travel changes with the angle as you look at the surface, different colours look bright from different viewing angles.
Q3. 1) Commercially reared chicken can be unusually aggressive, and are often kept in darkened sheds to prevent them pecking at each other.
- The birds spent far more of their time—up to a third — pecking at the inanimate objects in the pens, in contrast to birds in other pens which spend a lot of time attacking others.
- In low light conditions, they behave less belligerently, but are more prone to ophthalmic disorders and respiratory problem.
- In an experiment, aggressive head-pecking was all but eliminated among birds in the enriched environment
- Altering the birds’ environment, by adding bales of wood-shavings to their pens, can work wonders.
6) Bales could diminish aggressiveness and reduce injuries; they might even improve productivity, since a happy chicken is a productive chicken.
Q4. 1) The concept of a ‘nation-state’ assumes a complete correspondence between the boundaries of the nation and the boundaries of those who live in a specific state.
- Then there are members of national collectivities who live in other countries, making a mockery of the concept.
- There are always people living in particular states who are not considered to be (and often do not consider themselves to be) members of the hegemonic nation.
- Even worse, there are nations which never had a state for which are divided across several states.
- This, of course, has been subject to severe criticism and is virtually everywhere a fiction.
6) However, the fiction has been, and continues to be, at the basis of nationalist ideologies.
Q5. 1) The reconstruction of history by post-revolutionary science texts involves more than a multiplication of historical misconstructions.
- Because they aim quickly to acquaint the student with what the contemporary scientific community thinks it knows, textbooks treat the various experiments, concepts, laws and theories of the current normal science as separately and as nearly seriatim as possible.
- Those misconstructions render revolutions invisible; the arrangement of the still visible material in science texts implies a process that, if it existed, would deny revolutions a function.
- But when combined with the generally unhistorical air of science writing and with the occasional systematic misconstruction, one impression is likely to follow.
- As pedagogy this technique of presentation is unexceptionable.
- Science has reached its present state by a series of individual discoveries and inventions that, when gathered together, constitute the modem body of technical knowledge.
Directions (6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence so as to make a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
- The U.S. has even looked away when Israel was amassing nuclear weapons.
- Despite this special relationship, previous American Presidents have been wary of recognising Israel’s claims over Jerusalem.
- In return, Israel has become America’s greatest ally in West Asia.
- The U.S. has largely favoured Israel throughout the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories and East Jerusalem.
- It has offered protection to Israel in the UN Security Council, come to its aid in times of crises, and provided it with advanced weapons.
- An American President taking a pro-Israeli decision related to the Israel-Palestine conflict is no surprise.
Q6. Which sentence should be the FOURTH in the paragraph?
Q7. Which sentence should be the SIXTH(LAST) in the paragraph?
Q8. Which sentence should be the FIRST in the paragraph?
Q9. Which sentence should be the THIRD in the paragraph?
Q10. Which sentence should be the SECOND in the paragraph?
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