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Darnagul,
21 Ashyrym Street,
Block 3097,
Baku,
Azerbaijan,

Tel: +994 1240 6616
Fax: +994 1240 6616

Founded:0

Director:
Mr Scott Root

Accreditations and affiliations:
MSA, AAIE, CEESA
Teaching languages:
English

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                • "Competitive pay and benefits , plus company makes me feel appreciated" (in 3 reviews)

                • " Working with students and seeing them succeed" (in 3 reviews)

                Cons
                • "unstable leadership ( new CSC members and new campus president ) every 6 month that caused instructors and students suffering" (in 6 reviews)

                • " Upper management was more concerned about the “numbers” than they were of giving a QUALITY education to adult students" (in 6 reviews)

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                1. Helpful (1)

                  Good Pay and Benefits

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                  Former Employee – Program Director in Memphis, TN

                  Former Employee – Program Director in Memphis, TN

                  Recommends
                  No opinion of CEO

                  I worked at Concorde Career Colleges (More than a year)

                  Pros

                  Pretty good pay….more than I was making as a practicing CST
                  Good benefits (health insurance, etc…)
                  Was able to take advantage of Associates Degree program at a discount as an employee
                  Overall good management

                  Cons

                  Didnt really have a say in who they put into my classes. Some were not ready or able to handle the coursework.
                  Too much emphasis on keeping students enrolled at all costs.


                2. Its an experience… Thats for sure

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                  Current Employee – Medical Assistant Instructor in Southaven, MS

                  Current Employee – Medical Assistant Instructor in Southaven, MS

                  Doesn’t Recommend
                  Neutral Outlook

                  I have been working at Concorde Career Colleges full-time (More than a year)

                  Pros

                  Coworkers are enjoyable. Benefits are decent

                  Cons

                  Pay is awful.
                  It is ALL about the numbers.
                  Some instructors truly care about the students, however management does not.
                  Concorde does not want to pay for more equipment in the labs, or will not fix broken equipment.
                  Students run the campus.
                  Management will change grades to make a student pass so they will not withdrawl

                  Advice to Management

                  Get rid of the Academic Dean.

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                  LIVING HELL

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                  Former Employee – Anonymous Employee in Southaven, MS

                  Former Employee – Anonymous Employee in Southaven, MS

                  Doesn’t Recommend
                  Negative Outlook
                  No opinion of CEO

                  I worked at Concorde Career Colleges full-time

                  Pros

                  None. This place is a Living hell.

                  Cons

                  Sexual harassment from management. HR is a joke when filing a complaint. Targets minorities to make higher profits. Makes adjustments to keep federal funding!

                  Advice to Management

                  Get rid of Management at the Southaven campus.


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                  Former Employee – Admissions Representative in Southaven, MS

                  Former Employee – Admissions Representative in Southaven, MS

                  Doesn’t Recommend
                  Positive Outlook
                  No opinion of CEO

                  I worked at Concorde Career Colleges (More than 5 years)

                  Pros

                  Pay was decent, fun co-workers.

                  Cons

                  Micro-management. Its all about the enrollments. No other contributions to the team are deemed as important. Loyalty does not matter.


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                  Horrible Company!

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                  Former Employee – Admissions Representative in Memphis, TN

                  Former Employee – Admissions Representative in Memphis, TN

                  Doesn’t Recommend
                  Negative Outlook
                  No opinion of CEO

                  I worked at Concorde Career Colleges full-time (More than a year)

                  Pros

                  I am sure there are some pros, but the cons so far outweigh them that I cant think of any.

                  Cons

                  Dishonest, disorganized, high turnover, inept management, favoritism, unprofessional, unethical, low morale. It is the worst place I ever worked. Lots of turnover in upper management, with each one no better than the next. Very poor campus management.

                  Advice to Management

                  Put students first instead of profits first; otherwise you will be next on the feds watch list. Hire managers with integrity.


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                  Current Employee – MA Instructor in Southaven, MS

                  Current Employee – MA Instructor in Southaven, MS

                  Doesn’t Recommend
                  Negative Outlook
                  Disapproves of CEO

                  I have been working at Concorde Career Colleges (More than 3 years)

                  Pros

                  70% of the students are there for a life changing career.

                  Cons

                  No structure overall. Most of the academic staff shouldnt be teaching The whole campus is lead w/ a iron fist and upper management never owns up to anything.

                  Advice to Management

                  Leadership is very weak. Its the blind leading the blind. The staff is seriously over worked and definitely under paid. Everyday all day staff members contemplate leaving.


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                Why is it that I’m the first one to review this? I give it 5 stars from the perspective of a dental patient. I hate going to the dentist so it’s been a while. When I broke a filling I went to the dentist and spent a bunch of money for crowns. They showed me pictures of how bad my tarter was and charged $500 to clean my top teeth! I was supposed to go back and pay another $500 to clean my bottom teeth, but I saw on Facebook that a dental hygiene student needs patients to help her graduate. The price is $10 and she gets to learn and practice.

                Fast forward and I’m here at the Concorde college in the Clarke Tower. It’s not state of the art and the equipment was a bit dated, but everything was tip top and if anything, it reminded me of dental offices as a kid. Everyone was super professional and there was really no difference at all between this and the real deal. Actually it was the real deal, because my teeth really are clean now and I think this was the best dental experience I’ve ever had. For $10 too!

                I didn’t know what to expect prior to arrival. I wasn’t sure if there’d be 15 students huddled around my mouth watching and taking turns, giving lectures and what not. But it’s nothing like that. Here’s a quick run down. The student gets X-rays and examines my mouth, making notes. The on staff Doctor looks around making sure there’s no reason we shouldn’t clean and at the same time asking the student about her notes. She says #1 was this and #2 was that. 3-7 were sound, #8 was this or that. Medical terms. He’s grading how she evaluates my teeth.

                Then the instructor poked around so she knows what the student has to deal with. Then the student gets to cleaning. They didn’t rush her one bit. They gave her all the time she needed and I even got a cigarette break! I suppose each student is different, but I thought mine had a really good touch. She was better than any hygienist I’ve ever been to and now I can’t wait to take better care of my teeth. She offered numbing, but I never needed it. She was wonderful. She even cleaned a bunch out of my uppers that I just paid $500 for!

                So when the student’s done, the instructor comes back to see if she can get more tarter out. I guess they grade on that too. The instructor (Dr. Eason I believe) was a bit rougher and she did get more out, but it didn’t last long. She was also wonderful. Never once did I feel like anybody lacked experience or was any less professional than a dental office.

                I’ll have to say this school is really a good thing and their service is excellence. Each student needs 72 patients to graduate, and without advertising, part of their assignment is to find their own patients by word of mouth. I’m not sure if it’s open to the public per say. I will get to go back for follow up in 3 months. My office visit will cost $10. Note this is dental hygiene school, not dental school. No fillings, no crowns, no extractions. Cleanings only. I would highly recommend this if you’re able.

                I attended Concorde college in the nursing department and it was the Biggest mistake of my life. I failed a class by two points and I couldn’t get back in because how they have their classes set up. This school is a money making machine, they don’t have the students best interest at heart. I got excepted in another nursing program, THANK GOD, but they didn’t except any of my classes from this school (sad but true). To top it off, I am getting charged even though I have withdrawn. Is this against the school law? I caught hell trying to withdraw, this school is one of the worst ever. They want to keep u down and around. If you are considering this school, Don’t DO IT!!!

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                  Why is it that I’m the first one to review this? I give it 5 stars from the perspective of a dental patient. I hate going to the dentist so it’s been a while. When I broke a filling I went to the dentist and spent a bunch of money for crowns. They showed me pictures of how bad my tarter was and charged $500 to clean my top teeth! I was supposed to go back and pay another $500 to clean my bottom teeth, but I saw on Facebook that a dental hygiene student needs patients to help her graduate. The price is $10 and she gets to learn and practice.

                  Fast forward and I’m here at the Concorde college in the Clarke Tower. It’s not state of the art and the equipment was a bit dated, but everything was tip top and if anything, it reminded me of dental offices as a kid. Everyone was super professional and there was really no difference at all between this and the real deal. Actually it was the real deal, because my teeth really are clean now and I think this was the best dental experience I’ve ever had. For $10 too!

                  I didn’t know what to expect prior to arrival. I wasn’t sure if there’d be 15 students huddled around my mouth watching and taking turns, giving lectures and what not. But it’s nothing like that. Here’s a quick run down. The student gets X-rays and examines my mouth, making notes. The on staff Doctor looks around making sure there’s no reason we shouldn’t clean and at the same time asking the student about her notes. She says #1 was this and #2 was that. 3-7 were sound, #8 was this or that. Medical terms. He’s grading how she evaluates my teeth.

                  Then the instructor poked around so she knows what the student has to deal with. Then the student gets to cleaning. They didn’t rush her one bit. They gave her all the time she needed and I even got a cigarette break! I suppose each student is different, but I thought mine had a really good touch. She was better than any hygienist I’ve ever been to and now I can’t wait to take better care of my teeth. She offered numbing, but I never needed it. She was wonderful. She even cleaned a bunch out of my uppers that I just paid $500 for!

                  So when the student’s done, the instructor comes back to see if she can get more tarter out. I guess they grade on that too. The instructor (Dr. Eason I believe) was a bit rougher and she did get more out, but it didn’t last long. She was also wonderful. Never once did I feel like anybody lacked experience or was any less professional than a dental office.

                  I’ll have to say this school is really a good thing and their service is excellence. Each student needs 72 patients to graduate, and without advertising, part of their assignment is to find their own patients by word of mouth. I’m not sure if it’s open to the public per say. I will get to go back for follow up in 3 months. My office visit will cost $10. Note this is dental hygiene school, not dental school. No fillings, no crowns, no extractions. Cleanings only. I would highly recommend this if you’re able.

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                  I attended Concorde college in the nursing department and it was the Biggest mistake of my life. I failed a class by two points and I couldn’t get back in because how they have their classes set up. This school is a money making machine, they don’t have the students best interest at heart. I got excepted in another nursing program, THANK GOD, but they didn’t except any of my classes from this school (sad but true). To top it off, I am getting charged even though I have withdrawn. Is this against the school law? I caught hell trying to withdraw, this school is one of the worst ever. They want to keep u down and around. If you are considering this school, Don’t DO IT!!!

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                  Free packs and gifts will be available to players who begin collecting coins and constructing squads before this year’s game is officially released

                  FIFA fans can begin building their Ultimate Team squads for FIFA 18 now thanks to EA Sports’ web app.

                  Ultimate Team is FIFA’s most popular game mode – and, indeed, the most popular mode of any football game on the market – and has become hugely competitive in recent years, with rival players vying for valuable items and coins and facing off in matches.

                  For those unfamiliar with Ultimate Team, the feature allows you to collect players from around the world and build squads that can be used in online FIFA games and tournaments.

                  Players can be obtained by spending FIFA coins to open packs or by trading in a huge market of buyers and sellers of individual items.

                  For any serious Ultimate Team players, logging on to the web app has become an essential part of getting a head start on the competition and setting yourself up for instant success on release day.

                  Here is our full guide to using the web app and making the most of the opportunity.


                  WHAT IS THE FIFA WEB APP?


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                  The FIFA web app is an online application which allows FIFA players to manage their Ultimate Team away from their console.

                  Users can access their squads, consumables and club items as well as the FUT store, transfer market and leaderboards. Essentially, you can buy and sell players, open packs and manage your squad without having to switch on your PS4 or Xbox.

                  You’ll have to pick up a controller to actually play games with your teams, of course.

                  The web app has become particularly popular because it is launched shortly before each year’s FIFA is released, allowing players to get a head start in the Ultimate Team market. EA Sports often roll out daily gifts for those who sign up, including returning player packs and starter packs.


                  HOW CAN I ACCESS THE WEB APP?


                  The web app can be accessed on EA Sports’ website at this link.

                  You’ll need to have signed up for an EA account that is linked to your FIFA profile, which you can then use to log in and access your Ultimate Team squads.


                  WHEN IS IT AVAILABLE FOR FIFA 18?


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                  The web app is now live , 36 hours before the game becomes available for EA Access and Origin members.

                  FIFA 18’s full release will come 10 days later, on Friday, September 29. You can get your hands on the game earlier by pre-ordering the special Ronaldo or Icon editions, however, which will be available to play on Tuesday, September 26.


                  CAN I USE IT ON MY PHONE?


                  The web app is designed for desktop and laptop use, but EA Sports has also release a companion app for smartphones to ensure you can access Ultimate Team on the go.

                  You can download that for iPhone and Android now by following those links on your device.

                  You can do pretty much everything on the companion app, from managing your squad and completing squad-building challenges to making bids in the transfer market and accessing the FUT store to open packs and other items.

                  Simply log in with the same credentials you use on the web app and you’ll be good to go.


                  HOW CAN I MAKE THE MOST OF THE WEB APP?


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                  Ultimate Team has some great tips in terms of making the most of the window in which the FIFA 18 web app is available before the full game is released.

                  One of their most important bits of advice is to resist the urge to open expensive packs and instead collect as many coins as you can to focus on trading. Shop for bargain items you can flip for a quick profit and to make longer-term investments in players and consumables that will rise in value when the game comes out.

                  Building up a good bank balance and collection of assets for release day can give you a huge head start on the competition.

                  As fun as opening packs is, coins are hard to come by during this initial window and should be treasured and used wisely. The only exception is the strategy of buying 400-coin bronze packs and selling the contents for an overall profit, which some players have had success with.

                  Beyond that, make sure you are online to open all of the daily gifts and sell off anything in returning user and starter packs that are not likely to rise in value on release day onwards.

                  Ultimate Team also say that rare silver players – look for skill moves, weak-foot rating and speed – can often be picked up more cheaply than usual during the webstart period, so watch out for potential purchases there.


                  WHEN IS FIFA 18 RELEASED?


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                  FIFA 18 will be released worldwide on Friday, September 29. There are two ways, however, to get your hands on the game early.

                  The first is to pre-order the ‘Ronaldo Edition’ or ‘Icon Edition’, priced at £79.99 ($79.99) and £89.99 ($99.99) respectively and packed with bonus Ultimate Team content. They will be available to play on Tuesday, September 26, which is in line with EA’s knack for going live on a late Tuesday in September.

                  If that’s not soon enough you’ll need to sign up to EA Access (Xbox One) or Origin Access (PC), both of which cost either £3.99 ($4.99) a month or £19.99 ($29.99) a year. That will get you 10 hours of trial play time from Thursday, September 21.

                  If you’re a PlayStation 4 player, the September 26 date is the earliest you will be able to play.

                  FIFA web app images courtesy of Ultimate Team.

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                  Text Completion questions include a passage composed of one to five sentences with one to three blanks. There are three answer choices per blank, or five answer choices if there is a single blank. There is a single correct answer, consisting of one choice for each blank. You receive no credit for partially correct answers.

                  1. Upon visiting the Middle East in 1850, Gustave Flaubert was so         belly dancing that he wrote, in a letter to his mother, that the dancers alone made his trip worthwhile.

                  (A) overwhelmed by
                  (B) enamored by
                  (C) taken aback by
                  (D) beseeched by
                  (E) flustered by

                  Answer: (B) enamored by

                  Choose carefully here. The clue is “the dancers alone made his trip worthwhile.” Thus, Flaubert was impressed by them. Enamored by is the only choice that captures such a feeling. Overwhelmed by is extreme, and implies that Flaubert got more than he could handle. Taken aback by, in contrast, merely suggests that our traveler was surprised by the dancers; we cannot be sure that his surprise was pleasant. Meanwhile, beseeched by does not indicate how Flaubert felt, whereas if he were flustered by the performers, he would not likely have found his encounter with them worthwhile.

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                  2. Increasingly, the boundaries of congressional seats are drawn in order to protect incumbents, as legislators engineer the demographics of each district such that those already in office can coast to (i)         victory. Of course, there is always the possibility that the incumbent will face a challenge from within his or her own party. Nevertheless, once the primary is over, the general election is (ii)         .

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                  (A) an ineluctable(B) seldom nugatory
                  (C) an invidious(D) remarkably contentious
                  (E) a plangent(F) merely denouement

                  Answer: (A) an ineluctable and (F) merely denouement

                  If district boundaries are designed to protect incumbents —that is, those already in office—then victory for those incumbents should be close to assured or inevitable. Ineluctable is synonymous with these words. Invidious means “causing envy” and plangent means “full of lamentation,” neither of which is as well supported as the credited response. The second blank comes after a couple of transition words. The first is Of course, which might sound like the passage is continuing in the same direction, but here indicates a change of direction: The author is conceding that sometimes incumbents face challenges. The second, Nevertheless, also changes direction, meaning that the passage has returned to where it started, arguing that elections are essentially decided before they begin. That is what merely denouement means. Seldom nugatory means rarely inconsequential, which is the opposite of what the passage calls for; remarkably contentious is wrong for the same reason, as that phrase would indicate that the general election is fiercely contested.

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                  3. Possessed of an insatiable sweet tooth, Jim enjoyed all kinds of candy, but he had a special         for gumdrops, his absolute favorite.

                  (A) container
                  (B) affinity
                  (C) odium
                  (D) nature
                  (E) disregard
                  (F) predilection

                  Answer: (B) affinity and (F) predilection

                  The word in the blank is used to describe Jim’s feelings for gumdrops. The clues “enjoyed all kinds of candy” and “his absolute favorite” dictates that the blank means liking. Both affinity and predilection mean liking. Odium and disregard go in the wrong direction. Container might sound right, but it is not related to the clue. Nature does not mean liking.

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                  4. The twins’ heredity and upbringing were identical in nearly every respect, yet one child remained unfailingly sanguine even in times of stress while her sister was prone to angry outbursts that indicated an exceptionally choleric         .

                  (A) genotype
                  (B) environment
                  (C) physiognomy
                  (D) incarnation
                  (E) incarnation
                  (E) temperament
                  (F) humor

                  Answer: (E) temperament and (F) humor

                  The main clues are that one twin is described as sanguine, the other choleric; even if you don’t know these words, the phrases “even in times of stress” and “angry outbursts” suggest that words are used to describe personality. Temperament is a good synonym for personality. While it is frequently used to mean comedy, humor can also mean personality, especially in conjunction with the words such as sanguine and choleric, which derive from the ancient belief that temperament was shaped by the levels of different fluids or humors, in a person’s body. The remaining choices don’t fit. Environment means one’s surroundings while the other three words are concerned with the physical rather than the mental.

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                  Questions 5-6 are based on the following reading passage.

                  Called by some the “island that time forgot,” Madagascar is home to a vast array of unique, exotic creatures. One such animal is the aye-aye. First described by western science in 1782, it was initially categorized as a member of the order Rodentia. Further research then revealed that it was more closely related to the lemur, a member of the primate order. Since the aye-aye is so different from its fellow primates, however, it was given its own family: Daubentoniidae. The aye-aye has been listed as an endangered species and, as a result, the government of Madagascar has designated an island off the northeastern coast of Madagascar as a protected reserve for aye-ayes and other wildlife.

                  Long before Western science became enthralled with this nocturnal denizen of Madagascar’s jungles, the aye-aye had its own reputation with the local people. The aye-aye is perhaps best known for its large, round eyes and long, extremely thin middle finger. These adaptations are quite sensible, allowing the aye-aye to see well at night and retrieve grubs, which are one of its primary food sources, from deep within hollow branches. However, the aye-aye’s striking appearance may end up causing its extinction. The people of Madagascar believe that the aye-aye is a type of spirit animal, and that its appearance is an omen of death. Whenever one is sighted, it is immediately killed. When combined with the loss of large swaths of jungle habitat, this practice may result in the loss of a superb example of life’s variety.

                  5. Based on the information given in the passage, the intended audience would most likely be


                  (A) visitors to a natural science museum
                  (B) professors of evolutionary science
                  (C) a third-grade science class
                  (D) students of comparative religions
                  (E) attendees at a world cultural symposium

                  Answer: (A)

                  The passage contains a mixture of information about the aye-aye, both from a scientific and cultural background. it gives an overview of the animal without giving a lot of detail in any one area. Choice (B) is incorrect because the passage mentions evolution only briefly, at the end. This choice is too narrow. Choice (C) is incorrect because the style of the passage is too advanced for young students. Choice (D) is incorrect because the passage mentions religion only as it relates to the fate of the aye-aye. Choice (E) is incorrect because the information given is focuses more on the aye-aye itself than on the culture of Madagascar.

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                  6. Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

                  Which of the following statements can be logically inferred from the passage?


                  (A) Taxonomic classifications are not always absolute.
                  (B) The traditional religion of Madagascar involves augury.
                  (C) There are no longer enough resources on the main island to support the aye-aye population.

                  Answer: (A) and (B)

                  Choices (A) and (B) can both be inferred from the passage. Choice (A) is supported by the first paragraph. The classification of the aye-aye changes, which demonstrates that such classifications are not absolute. Choice (B) is supported by the part of the passage dealing with the future of the aye-aye. It states that aye-aye is seen as an omen of death in the traditional religion of the Madagascar. Augury refers to the use of omens, so this statement must be true. Choice (C), however, is not supported. Although the passage states that the aye-aye is in danger, it does not directly discuss whether this is due to limited resources on the main island.

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                  Text Completion Practice

                  Text Completion questions include a passage composed of one to five sentences with one to three blanks. There are three answer choices per blank, or five answer choices if there is a single blank. There is a single correct answer, consisting of one choice for each blank. You receive no credit for partially correct answers.

                  1. Upon visiting the Middle East in 1850, Gustave Flaubert was so         belly dancing that he wrote, in a letter to his mother, that the dancers alone made his trip worthwhile.

                  (A) overwhelmed by
                  (B) enamored by
                  (C) taken aback by
                  (D) beseeched by
                  (E) flustered by

                  Answer: (B) enamored by

                  Choose carefully here. The clue is “the dancers alone made his trip worthwhile.” Thus, Flaubert was impressed by them. Enamored by is the only choice that captures such a feeling. Overwhelmed by is extreme, and implies that Flaubert got more than he could handle. Taken aback by, in contrast, merely suggests that our traveler was surprised by the dancers; we cannot be sure that his surprise was pleasant. Meanwhile, beseeched by does not indicate how Flaubert felt, whereas if he were flustered by the performers, he would not likely have found his encounter with them worthwhile.

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                  2. Increasingly, the boundaries of congressional seats are drawn in order to protect incumbents, as legislators engineer the demographics of each district such that those already in office can coast to (i)         victory. Of course, there is always the possibility that the incumbent will face a challenge from within his or her own party. Nevertheless, once the primary is over, the general election is (ii)         .

                  Blank (i)Blank (ii)
                  (A) an ineluctable(B) seldom nugatory
                  (C) an invidious(D) remarkably contentious
                  (E) a plangent(F) merely denouement

                  Answer: (A) an ineluctable and (F) merely denouement

                  If district boundaries are designed to protect incumbents —that is, those already in office—then victory for those incumbents should be close to assured or inevitable. Ineluctable is synonymous with these words. Invidious means “causing envy” and plangent means “full of lamentation,” neither of which is as well supported as the credited response. The second blank comes after a couple of transition words. The first is Of course, which might sound like the passage is continuing in the same direction, but here indicates a change of direction: The author is conceding that sometimes incumbents face challenges. The second, Nevertheless, also changes direction, meaning that the passage has returned to where it started, arguing that elections are essentially decided before they begin. That is what merely denouement means. Seldom nugatory means rarely inconsequential, which is the opposite of what the passage calls for; remarkably contentious is wrong for the same reason, as that phrase would indicate that the general election is fiercely contested.

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                  Sentence Equivalence Practice

                  Sentence Equivalence questions consist of one sentence with six answer choices. Your job is to choose the two answer choices that logically complete the sentence.

                  3. Possessed of an insatiable sweet tooth, Jim enjoyed all kinds of candy, but he had a special         for gumdrops, his absolute favorite.

                  (A) container
                  (B) affinity
                  (C) odium
                  (D) nature
                  (E) disregard
                  (F) predilection

                  Answer: (B) affinity and (F) predilection

                  The word in the blank is used to describe Jim’s feelings for gumdrops. The clues “enjoyed all kinds of candy” and “his absolute favorite” dictates that the blank means liking. Both affinity and predilection mean liking. Odium and disregard go in the wrong direction. Container might sound right, but it is not related to the clue. Nature does not mean liking.

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                  4. The twins’ heredity and upbringing were identical in nearly every respect, yet one child remained unfailingly sanguine even in times of stress while her sister was prone to angry outbursts that indicated an exceptionally choleric         .

                  (A) genotype
                  (B) environment
                  (C) physiognomy
                  (D) incarnation
                  (E) incarnation
                  (E) temperament
                  (F) humor

                  Answer: (E) temperament and (F) humor

                  The main clues are that one twin is described as sanguine, the other choleric; even if you don’t know these words, the phrases “even in times of stress” and “angry outbursts” suggest that words are used to describe personality. Temperament is a good synonym for personality. While it is frequently used to mean comedy, humor can also mean personality, especially in conjunction with the words such as sanguine and choleric, which derive from the ancient belief that temperament was shaped by the levels of different fluids or humors, in a person’s body. The remaining choices don’t fit. Environment means one’s surroundings while the other three words are concerned with the physical rather than the mental.

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                  Reading Comprehension Practice

                  Questions 5-6 are based on the following reading passage.

                  Called by some the “island that time forgot,” Madagascar is home to a vast array of unique, exotic creatures. One such animal is the aye-aye. First described by western science in 1782, it was initially categorized as a member of the order Rodentia. Further research then revealed that it was more closely related to the lemur, a member of the primate order. Since the aye-aye is so different from its fellow primates, however, it was given its own family: Daubentoniidae. The aye-aye has been listed as an endangered species and, as a result, the government of Madagascar has designated an island off the northeastern coast of Madagascar as a protected reserve for aye-ayes and other wildlife.

                  Long before Western science became enthralled with this nocturnal denizen of Madagascar’s jungles, the aye-aye had its own reputation with the local people. The aye-aye is perhaps best known for its large, round eyes and long, extremely thin middle finger. These adaptations are quite sensible, allowing the aye-aye to see well at night and retrieve grubs, which are one of its primary food sources, from deep within hollow branches. However, the aye-aye’s striking appearance may end up causing its extinction. The people of Madagascar believe that the aye-aye is a type of spirit animal, and that its appearance is an omen of death. Whenever one is sighted, it is immediately killed. When combined with the loss of large swaths of jungle habitat, this practice may result in the loss of a superb example of life’s variety.

                  5. Based on the information given in the passage, the intended audience would most likely be


                  (A) visitors to a natural science museum
                  (B) professors of evolutionary science
                  (C) a third-grade science class
                  (D) students of comparative religions
                  (E) attendees at a world cultural symposium

                  Answer: (A)

                  The passage contains a mixture of information about the aye-aye, both from a scientific and cultural background. it gives an overview of the animal without giving a lot of detail in any one area. Choice (B) is incorrect because the passage mentions evolution only briefly, at the end. This choice is too narrow. Choice (C) is incorrect because the style of the passage is too advanced for young students. Choice (D) is incorrect because the passage mentions religion only as it relates to the fate of the aye-aye. Choice (E) is incorrect because the information given is focuses more on the aye-aye itself than on the culture of Madagascar.

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                  6. Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

                  Which of the following statements can be logically inferred from the passage?


                  (A) Taxonomic classifications are not always absolute.
                  (B) The traditional religion of Madagascar involves augury.
                  (C) There are no longer enough resources on the main island to support the aye-aye population.

                  Answer: (A) and (B)

                  Choices (A) and (B) can both be inferred from the passage. Choice (A) is supported by the first paragraph. The classification of the aye-aye changes, which demonstrates that such classifications are not absolute. Choice (B) is supported by the part of the passage dealing with the future of the aye-aye. It states that aye-aye is seen as an omen of death in the traditional religion of the Madagascar. Augury refers to the use of omens, so this statement must be true. Choice (C), however, is not supported. Although the passage states that the aye-aye is in danger, it does not directly discuss whether this is due to limited resources on the main island.

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