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Reading Comprehension: Main Idea Questions

The author is mainly concerned with which of the following?

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The last paragraph advocates the use of personality tests (thereby acknowledging their advantages), but qualifies his recommendation with by stating that the user must be aware of their disadvantages. The author comes to this conclusion after specifying the advantages and disadvantages of objective and projective tests.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice is too narrow. The author's recommendation for the use of personality tests is only discussed in the last paragraph.

Incorrect.

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The passage is not only concerned with the problematic nature of two types of tests (which does influence the author's recommendation); it also is concerned with the advantages of these tests.

Incorrect.

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The passage does not demonstrate the use of the two types of personality tests, but rather analyzes their advantages and disadvantages.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice is too broad. The passage deals specifically with personality tests, which are one way to assess personality.

ascertaining the correct method to assess personality
demonstrating the use of two types of personality tests
specifying two types of personality tests' problematic nature, which directly influences the author's corresponding recommendation for their use
advocating a qualified use of personality tests based on an analysis of two types of these tests
putting forth a recommendation for the use of personality tests