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Q 1.

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In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been marked. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Studies (A) the impact of computer models to support policy-making processes in organisations have (B) that client involvement in the model-building process is often a (C) for effective model building. One important reason is that the process of model building is frequently more important than the resulting model. Model-building itself is largely a (D) process about the problem. Most (E) about the characteristics of an ill-structured problem are gained during the (F) process of designing a computer model, rather than after the model is finished. Another important reason is that most information in an organisation (G) in the mental models of organisation members. To support policy-making in an organisation, it is this knowledge which needs to be (H) and represented in the model. An important topic in client-oriented or (I) model building thus becomes the (J) of relevant knowledge contained in the mental models of participants.
(A) is

evaluating

B

focussing

C

projecting

D

advocating

E

directing

Q 2.

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(B) is

A

devised

B

exhibited

C

convinced

D

attributed

indicated

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(C) is

A

support

B

valuation

prerequisite

D

material

E

blueprint

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(D) is

A

valuable

B

durable

C

tedious

learning

E

critical

Q 5.

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(E) is

A

thinking

insights

C

planning

D

appreciation

E

opinion

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(F) is

A

elongated

B

concentrated

iterative

D

evolving

E

consummate

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(G) is

A

resides

B

follows

C

settles

lies

E

committed

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(H) is

A

extended

B

bisected

C

subjected

captured

E

attributed

Q 9.

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(I) is

A

revolving

interactive

C

dogmatic

D

accentuated

E

formative

Q 10.

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(J) is

A

demarcation

B

formation

C

proliferation

D

association

elicitation

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In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been marked. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The social (A) always of the Web lifestyle and work style are enormous. A lot of people (B) that computers and the Internet will depersonalize experience, creating a world that is less warm. But these are unfounded as we know that some people were (C) afraid that the telephone would reduce face-to-face contact and will (D) society to fall apart. But the (E) actually came true. Just as the phone and e-mail have increased contact between people living in different communities and between people on the go, the PC and the Internet give us (F) way to communicate. They do not take any away. In reality, the ability to use the Internet to redefine (G) in our communities is strengthening personal and cultural (H). The Web lifestyle is about broadening (I), not narrowing them. Community building is going to be one of the biggest growth areas on the Web. It dramatically increases the number of communities you can bond to because of its ability to (J) groups of like-minded people independent of geography or time zones.
(A) is

A

groups

B

needs

C

factor

D

teaching

implications

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(B) is

A

accept

B

dare

fear

D

propose

E

reject

Q 13.

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(C) is

A

strongly

initially

C

always

D

never

E

possibly

Q 14.

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(D) is

A

let

B

decay

C

develop

cause

E

destroy

Q 15.

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(E) is

opposite

B

found

C

finding

D

different

E

negative

Q 16.

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(F) is

A

cheaper

B

economical

another

D

second

E

many

Q 17.

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(G) is

A

groups

B

ethics

C

culture

bonds

E

boundaries

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(H) is

A

distances

connections

C

differences

D

implications

E

suggestion

Q 19.

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(I) is

horizons

B

values

C

nations

D

means

E

status

Q 20.

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(J) is

A

reduce

B

focus

C

prepare

D

connect

develop

Q 21.

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In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been marked. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organisation. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organisation today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessman can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organisation.
(A) is

A

progressing

B

getting

C

powering

D

moving

growing

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(B) is

demand

B

growth

C

status

D

position

E

slackness

Q 23.

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(C) is

A

mixture

B

map

C

measure

record

E

transaction

Q 24.

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(D) is

sufficient

B

anticipated

C

expected

D

required

E

necessary

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(E) is

A

gather

B

observe

maintain

D

organize

E

assimilate