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Odd One Out: Part 4
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In this lesson, we solve interesting problems on Odd One Out/Sentence Exclusion for CAT.

Anngad Singh
IIM Calcutta. DTU. CAT: 99.84 (VA-RC: 99.99) XAT: 99.91. IIFT: 99.96. Follow to solve interesting VA-RC problems with me.

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In PaRT 1 at time 6:46 min. "He says that he comes here." In this sentence, here must be changed into there. pls clarify
anngad sir i know ur exam its going on if u have few time for us hindi beground students please make a video on rc in hindi thankyou
Sir please add more videos. Your videos are very helpful. Thanks for making this course.
  1. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Anngad Singh


  2. About Me ANNGAD SINGH Student at IIM Calcutta (Batch of 2016-18) B.Tech. from DTU CAT: 99.84 (Verbal: 99.99) XAT: 99.91 (Verbal: 99.37) NMAT: 99.84 (Language Skill: 99.98) ,IIFT: 99.96 Follow on: https://unacademy.com/user/anngad


  3. ODD ONE OUT/ SENTENCE EXCLUSION


  4. QUESTION 1 (1) There is no doubt that hedge-fund managers have been good at making money for themselves. (2) With keen eyes and sharp brains, they spot and exploit inefficiencies in the markets. (3) Hedge-fund managers are the smartest investors around. (4) Or at least that is what the industry tells its clients.


  5. QUESTION 1 (1) There is no doubt that hedge-fund managers have been good at making money for themselves. (2) With keen eyes and sharp brains, they spot and exploit inefficiencies in the markets. (3) Hedge-fund managers are the smartest investors around. (4) Or at least that is what the industry tells its clients.


  6. QUESTION 2 (1) But as access to other texts is enjoyed more widely, some of the dominance textbooks now enjoy will wane. (2) As indeed will the power of teachers-whose prejudices may often be just as ingrained as those found in textbooks, and rather harder to pin down. (3) It won't be long before children, will be able to access, by way of smartphones, the textbooks prescribed for their courses. (4) As long as textbooks in one form or another are used and as long as they are issued or approved by the state, they will remain a political issue.


  7. QUESTION 2 (1) But as access to other texts is enjoyed more widely, some of the dominance textbooks now enjoy will wane. (2) As indeed will the power of teachers-whose prejudices may often be just as ingrained as those found in textbooks, and rather harder to pin down. (3) It won't be long before children, will be able to access, by way of smartphones, the textbooks prescribed for their courses. (4) As long as textbooks in one form or another are used and as long as they are issued or approved by the state, they will remain a political issue.


  8. QUESTION 3 (1) Through a series of such disciplines - mental, emotional, and moral - he exercised his small, embryonic freedom until it grew larger and larger, until he had more freedom than his captors. (2) He would describe himself in the classroom, in his mind's eye, and give his students the lessons he was learning during his very torture. (3) They had more liberty, more options to choose from in their environment; but he had more freedom, more internal power to exercise his options. (4) Frankl was a determinist raised in the tradition of Freudian psychology. (5) In the midst of his experiences, Victor Frankl would project himself into different circumstances, such as lecturing to his students after his release from the death camps in Nazi Germany.


  9. QUESTION 3 (1) Through a series of such disciplines - mental, emotional, and moral - he exercised his small, embryonic freedom until it grew larger and larger, until he had more freedom than his captors. (2) He would describe himself in the classroom, in his mind's eye, and give his students the lessons he was learning during his very torture. (3) They had more liberty, more options to choose from in their environment; but he had more freedom, more internal power to exercise his options. (4) Frankl was a determinist raised in the tradition of Freudian psychology (5) In the midst of his experiences, Victor Frankl would project himself into different circumstances, such as lecturing to his students after his release from the death camps in Nazi Germany.