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38 Questions

1. Although sales have continued to increase since last
April, unfortunately the rate of increase has ----.
(A) resurged
(B) capitulated
(C) retaliated
(D) persevered
(E) decelerated

2. Although the mental process that creates a fresh and
original poem or drama is doubtless ---- that which
originates and elaborates scientific discoveries, there
is clearly a discernible difference between the crea-
tors
(A) peripheral to
(B) contiguous with
(C) opposed to
(D) analogous to
(E) inconsistent with

3. It is disappointing to note that the latest edition of
the bibliography belies its long-standing reputation
for ---- by ---- some significant references to
recent publications.
(A) imprecision.. appropriating
(B) relevance.. adding
(C) timeliness.. updating
(D) meticulousness.. revising
(E) exhaustiveness.. omitting

4. Although Simpson was ingenious at ---- to appear
innovative and spontaneous, beneath the ruse he
remained uninspired and rigid in his approach to
problem-solving.
(A) intending
(B) contriving
(C) forbearing
(D) declining
(E) deserving

5. She was criticized by her fellow lawyers not because
she was not ----, but because she so ---- pre-
pared her cases that she failed to bring the expected
number to trial.
(A) well versed.. knowledgeably
(B) well trained.. enthusiastically
(C) congenial.. rapidly
(D) hardworking.. minutely
(E) astute.. efficiently

6. Schlesinger has recently assumed a conciliatory atti-
tude that is not ---- by his colleagues, who con-
tinue to ---- compromise.
(A) eschewed.. dread
(B) shared.. defend
(C) questioned.. reject
(D) understood.. advocate
(E) commended.. disparage

7. The National Archives contain information so ----
that researchers have been known never to publish
because they cannot bear to bring their studies to an
end.
(A) divisive
(B) seductive
(C) selective
(D) repetitive
(E) resourceful

8. HILL: MOUNTAIN::
(A) grass: rocks
(B) autumn: winter
(C) creek: river
(D) star: sun
(E) cliff: slope

9. AERATE: OXYGEN::
(A) eclipse: light
(B) desiccate: moisture
(C) precipitate: additive
(D) hydrate: water
(E) striate: texture

10. ORCHESTRA: MUSICIAN:
(A) cube: side
(B) kilometer: meter
(C) sonnet: poem
(D) biped: foot
(E) pack: wolf
11. EQUIVOCATION: MISLEADING::
(A) mitigation: severe
(B) advice: peremptory
(C) bromide: hackneyed
(D) precept: obedient
(E) explanation: unintelligible

12. CENSORSHIP: COMMUNICATION::
(A) propaganda: ideology
(B) preservative: decay
(C) revision: accuracy
(D) rest: atrophy
(E) exercise: fitness

13. BUS: PASSENGERS:
(A) flock: birds
(B) tanker: liquid
(C) envelope: letter
(D) bin: coal
(E) automobile: gasoline

14. BALLAD: STANZA::
(A) novel: chapter
(B) poem: meter
(C) play: dialogue
(D) movie: script
(E) photograph: caption

15. DISABUSE: FALLACY::
(A) cure: disease
(B) persevere: dereliction
(C) belittle: imperfection
(D) discredit: reputation
(E) discern: discrimination

16. BLANDISHMENT: CAJOLE::
(A) prediction: convince
(B) obstacle: impede
(C) embellishment: praise
(D) deficiency: compensate
(E) compliment: exaggerate

Although the hormone adrenaline is known to regulate
memory storage, it does not pass from the blood into brain
cells. We are faced with an apparent paradox: how can a
hormone that does not act directly on the brain have such a
(5)large effect on brain function?
Recently, we tested the possibility that one of the
hormone’s actions outside the brain might be responsible.
Since one consequence of adrenaline release in an animal
is an increase in blood glucose levels, we examined the
(10)effects of glucose on memory in rats. We found that glu-
cose injected immediately after training enhances memory
tested the next day. Additional evidence was provided by
negative findings: drugs called adrenergic antagonists,
which block peripheral adrenaline receptors, disrupted
(15)adrenaline’s ability to regulate memory but did not affect
memory enhancements produced by glucose that was not
stimulated by adrenaline. These results are as they should
be if adrenaline affects memory modulation by increasing
blood glucose levels.



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