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CAT 1990 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director It is undeniable that some very useful analogies can be drawn between the relational systems of computer mechanism and the relational systems of brain mechanism. The comparison does…

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RC – 10

GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director In Roman times, defeated enemies were generally put to death as criminals for having offended the emperor of Rome. In the Middle Ages, however, the practice of ransoming, or…

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RC – 9

GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director   The uniqueness of the Japanese character is the result of two seemingly contradictory forces: the strength of traditions and selective receptivity to foreign achievements and inventions. As early…

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RC- 8

GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director   Although numbers of animals in a given region may fluctuate from year to year, the fluctuations are often temporary and, over long periods, trivial. Scientists have advanced three…

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RC – 7

CAT 1994 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director If American policy towards Europe in the postwar years had been a conspicuous success, and towards Asia a disappointing balance between success and failure, it could be said…

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RC – 6

CAT 1995 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Among those who call themselves socialists, two kinds of persons may be distinguished. There are, in the first place, those whose plans for a new order of society,…

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RC – 5

CAT 1997 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Last fortnight, news of a significant development was tucked away in the inside pages of newspapers. The government finally tabled a bill in Parliament seeking to make primary…

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RC – 4

CAT 2004 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Fifty feet away three male lions lay by the road. They didn’t appear to have a hair on their heads. Noting the colour of their noses (leonine noses…

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RC – 3

CAT 2002 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director The conceptions of life and the world which we call „philosophical‟ are a product of two factors: one, inherited religious and ethical conceptions; the other, the sort of…

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RC 2

CAT 2003 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Right through history, imperial powers have clung to their possessions to death. Why, then, did Britain in 1947 give up the jewel in its crown to India? For…

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