KI Unique Verbal Section

KI Unique Verbal Section

  1. For text Completion
    • Go for healthy prediction: It suggests predict an answer but your prediction must make sense.
    • Go for scanning of answer choices left after elimination due to first step of prediction.
    • Fit the left out alternatives in the sentence, if they fit; well and good, otherwise eliminate them and go for the one that best suits.
    • Also go for the clues in the sentence. Structural clues in the sentence are most helpful.
    • Master your vocabulary as half of the problem is solved if one has a good understanding of what the options mean.


    Scientists generally assume that animals confronted by a complex choice of actions do not calculate the consequences of each choice, and that their behavior is largely a matter of ------- responses to environmental stimuli or cues.

    • Internal
    • choice among
    • preprogrammed
    • conscious
    • unpredictable
    Answer with explanation:

    The first clause provides that animals "do not calculate the consequences" of alternative actions. Ideally, the second clause should characterize their behavior as a result of something contrary to a conscious calculation. The third answer choice provides just this sort of characterization; a "preprogrammed" response is instinctive and merely reactive rather than calculated. Thus the third answer choice is the best response.

  2. Reading Comprehension
    • The passage is related to social sciences, natural sciences and humanities.
      1. Reading comprehension :3-5 Related Questions
      2. Find the Main Idea: Locate Details
      3. Draw Conclusions: Chawk out Statements thatstrengthen or weaken the arguments conclusion.
    • Read the first question carefully. By doing so one can know as to what to look for in the passage basically.
    • Never confirm your answer to a question until you've read the entire passage. Information relevant to a question can appear anywhere in the passage.
    • Find what the passage is all about quickly and sum that up in one line so that you answer keeping in mind the basic title of the passage.
    • No matter what type of question you're dealing with, eliminate any answer choice that runs contrary to the passage's overall thesis.
    • Don’t copy the lines directly from the passage as it leaves an impression that you are just a kid in writing. Try to make it in your words and as per the context in which the question is asked.

Examples of multiple Choice Questions (Select one answer's choice)

Some modern anthropologists hold that biological evolution has shaped not only human morphology but also human behavior. The role those anthropologists ascribe to evolution is not of dictating the details of human behavior but one of imposing constraints - ways of feeling, thinking, and acting that ''come naturally'' in archetypal situations in any culture. Our ''frailties'' - emotions and motives such as rage, fear, greed, gluttony, joy, lust, love-may be a very mixed assortment quality: we are, as we say, ''in the grip'' of them. And thus they give us our sense of constraints.

Unhappily, some of those frailties our need for ever-increasing security among them is presently maladaptive. Yet beneath the overlay of cultural detail, they, too, are said to be biological, in direction, and therefore as natural to us as are our appendixes. We would need to comprehend thoroughly their adaptive origins in order to understand how badly they guide us now. And we might then begin to resist their pressure.

  1. The author implies that control to any extent over the ''frailties'' that constrain our behavior is though to presuppose:
    • That those frailties and adaptive are recognized as currently beneficial and adaptive
    • That there is little or no overlay of cultural detail that masks their true nature.
    • That there are cultures in which those frailties do not ''come naturally'' and from which such control can be learned
    • A full understanding of why those frailties evolved and of how they function now
    • A thorough grasp of the principle that cultural detail in human behavior can differ arbitrarily from society to society.
    • Ans:D

  2. For Sentence Equivalence questions:
    • Firstly, The two words (out of six) that you choose must be synonyms. Or phrased differently, the correct answers must be synonyms.
    • Secondly, the 3 major factors to solve this type can be better understood through the following example:


It has been said that the media have no memory, meaning that the news is only as __________ as the front page of the daily rag.

  • Break Down the Sentence and Look For Clue
    • First, break down the sentence in your own words. Basically, nothing lasts long in the media. This suggests that the media have no memory… (the Clue).
  • Choose your own word. For example: The sentence says that the news is only as —- as the front page. What word would fit in the blank? Long-lasting.
  • Match Words with Answer
    • For example: In this case which answer choices mean long lasting?
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