Part III Reading Comprehension

Section A

26. [E] ..., under certain circumstances,

27. [L] ... we are lonely.

28. [I] ... attribute desires to ...

29. [A] ... can alleviate loneliness.

30. [J] ... had been excluded in a social setting,

31. [B] ... phones apparently substituted for ...

32. [H] ... beliefs and consciousness

33. [D] ... are associating with ...

34. [F] ... especially in competitive situations.

35. [K] ... saw this feature as ...


Section B

36. [F] In the grass-fed system, farmers are also not subject to the wildly

37. [C] His first partnership was with Paul and Phyllis Amburgh, owners

38. [J] And not every farmer has the option of going grass-fed.

39. [D] All this conversion has helped Maple Hill grow 40-50%

40. [G] While Maple Hill’ conversion program is unusually hands-on

41. [A] Though he didn’t come from a farming family, from a young age

42. [S] Though advocates portray grass-fed products as a win-win situation

43. [E] Champions of this type of regenerative grazing also point to its

44. [B] Joseph wanted to put this theory to the test.

45. [K] Another grass-fed booster spurring farmers to convert is EPIC


Section C

Passage One

46. [B] Protect students from social pressures and enable them to face the world

47. [B] They widen the gap between privileged and disadvantaged students

48. [D] Activities involving all students on campus

49. [C] They don’t want their kids to miss any chance to broaden their horizons despite

50. [C] Avoiding creating new gaps among students


Passage Two

51. [A] King penguins in the Antarctic will be on the verge of dying out

52. [C] Industrial fishing and climate change in the Antarctic region in recent years

53. [D] The majority of them may have to find new breeding grounds in the future

54. [A] Many baby king penguins can’t have food in time

55. [D] Only a few of its islands can serve as huge breeding grounds for king penguins