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Nmat window-3someone is deleting the doc, so before doing anything take a backup. I amopening it for all. This link has been shared to many groups so if this becomesinactive expect low questions in your window. If the doc is deleted make sureto restore it with your backupsHow to use this doc:This doc contains updated list of questions which have appeared so far in window 3. If someone saysthe full paper came from doc thecore well in exam you should solve each and every questionthoroughly in the doc and on last 2 days i suggest mug up the questions and their approach. Thevalues might change in exam but approach remains the same. However some of the questions comeunaltered.Important Links-Window 1 linkHpag/editWindow 2 link-_zWxWGTC1YVYYMyaY_NxSDw/edit#Window 3 linkIY/edit----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Important Ebooks:Techniques to score better in Quants by TalentSprint (Very good shortcuts)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Important Nmat Related Videos (Free)Nmat 2017 actual analysis by Career Launcher - (MUST WATCH)How to attempt RC in examPercentage Smart Quant Cracker by CL (Good Video useful for data intensive questions)Verbal1.ENERVATE(was in w-1)-weaken-, to sap energy from. (Synonym-debilitate,Antonym: beef up, fortify,i strengthen, buttress
2.VoraciousorVeraciousnot sure but one of these.IfVeracious-truthful true, accurate, veritable, correct, errorless, unerring, exact,precise, factual, literal, realistic, authentic, faithful, close, strict, just, unelaborated,unvarnished;IfVoracious-having great appetite, unable to satisfysynonyms:insatiable,unquenchable,unappeasable,prodigious,uncontrollable,uncontrolled,omnivorous,compulsive,gluttonous,greedy,rapacious3.Proletariat (Was also in w-2): working class people regarded collectively (often usedwith reference to Marxism ),lower class,commoner,peasant,Plebeians. Antonym:-Aristocracy, Nobility,bourgeoisie4.Circumspect-synonym-cautious,wary,careful,chary,guarded, on one's guard;antonym-unguarded,incautiousrepeated 7t5. Opprobrium :harsh criticism or censure.Synonyms:abuse, condemnation, criticism,defamation, slander, obloquy, bad press.Antonyms:praiserepeated 7t6. Ignominy :public shame or disgrace.Synonyms:shame, humiliation, embarrassment,disgrace, dishonor, discredit, degradation, scandal.Antonyms:honor7. Cantankerous :Synonyms:bad-tempered, grumpy, fractious, argumentative,uncooperative, to opposeAntonyms:good natured, affable8. Fractious: Synonyms :Obstreperous,awkward,irritable,wild,unmanaged, problem makerAntonym -Contented,agreeable,nice9.Surreptitious- syn - secretive, clandestine, Antonym - BlatantRepeated 7thAfternoon slot(11:45)10.Labyrinthine(Antonym)-simplicity,order repeated 7th11.Tactile(Closest word)-tangible,material,physical,solid. Repeated 7th12.Acrimonious(Synonym) :acerbic, harsh, scathing13.Diaphanous: light, delicate, fine,

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Term
Summer
Professor
Mr.Busk
Tags
Math, Arithmetic progression, TSA, pune

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