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Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(1).  (1) gives (2) gave (3) forced (4) given

A.    gives B.    gave
C.    forced D.    given
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(2).  (1) those (2) these (3) that (4) raw

A.    those B.    these
C.    that D.    raw
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(3).  (1) how (2) way (3) speech (4) which

A.    how B.    way
C.    speech D.    which
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(4).  (1) draw (2) seek (3) force (4) call

A.    draw B.    seek
C.    force D.    call
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(5).  (1) at (2) plan (3) during (4) follow

A.    at B.    plan
C.    during D.    follow
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(6).  (1) who (2) should (3) might (4) will

A.    who B.    should
C.    might D.    will
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(7).  (1) meaning (2) person (3) extend (4) extent

A.    meaning B.    person
C.    extend D.    extent
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(8).  (1) uptill (2) till (3) until (4) still

A.    uptill B.    till
C.    until D.    still
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(9).  (1) focus (2) focuses (3) jumps (4), emphasise

A.    focus B.    focuses
C.    jumps D.    emphasise
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Working under the psychometric approach, both scientists and practitionershave placed undue emphasis upon a unitary concept of intelligence as reflected in the single I.Q. They seem to have (1) too much attention to the products of intelligent behaviour rather than the processes used to acquire (2) products. Such attention to product rather than to process tends to mask qualitative differences in the processes by (3) individuals interact with their environment and to (4) attention away from the possibility of qualitative changes in the nature of these processes (5) the course of cognitive development.
Haywood points out that there is no such thing as intelligence. There are in fact many intelligences. Factor analysts, (6) have studies the-nature of intellect by intellect by examining its apparent structure across different age groups and different segments of the population have to a great (7) discredited the unitary concept of intelligence. Even so, the structure theories of intelligence are (8) concerned with products and not with processes.
Avery promising approach to the nature of intelligence in recent years is the process development (Cognitive Development) approach. It (9) upon the cognitive processes used to receive, code, and (10) information.

(10).  (1) pack (2) transmits (3) store (4) stocked

A.    pack B.    transmits
C.    store D.    stocked
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