PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions

PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions - PCAT Test...

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PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions  Directions: Choose the word that best completes the analogy. 1. devout : blasphemous :: uninhibited : A: salacious B: judicious C: libertine D: constrained 2. janitor : mop :: painter : A: brush B: rake C: ladder D: gristle 3. chief : tribe :: executive : A: business B: vigor C: legislate D: guardian Directions: Choose the word or set of words that makes the most sense when inserted into the sentence and that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 4. You can just make out the shapes of the rocks on the bottom of the ______ river. A: limpid B: gradient C: fatuous D: translucent
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5. Dave finally found the photographs, after hours spent _____ through drawers. A: cavorting B: haggling C: rummaging D: divagating Answer key 1. D. Devout and blasphemous are opposites, as are uninhibited and constrained . 2. A. A mop is one of the tools used by a janitor, while a brush is one of the tools used by a painter. 3. A. A chief is the leader of a tribe, while an executive is the leader of a business.
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2008 for the course PHARM 1111 taught by Professor Wiegert during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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