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 Page 1


GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS
®
General Test
Practice Book
Listening.
Learning.
Leading.
This practice book contains
 one full-length paper-based GRE General Test
 test-taking strategies
 sample verbal and quantitative questions with explanations
 sample analytical writing topics, scored sample essays, and
reader commentary
Visit the GRE Web site at www.gre.org for
additional test preparation resources.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The test-taking strategies in this publication are appropriate for use at a paper-based administration and
do not pertain to the computer-based General Test. Individuals planning to take the computer-based General Test are advised
to prepare for the test using GRE POWERPREP
®
 software.
This book is provided FREE with test registration by the Graduate Record Examinations Board.
Page 2


GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS
®
General Test
Practice Book
Listening.
Learning.
Leading.
This practice book contains
 one full-length paper-based GRE General Test
 test-taking strategies
 sample verbal and quantitative questions with explanations
 sample analytical writing topics, scored sample essays, and
reader commentary
Visit the GRE Web site at www.gre.org for
additional test preparation resources.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The test-taking strategies in this publication are appropriate for use at a paper-based administration and
do not pertain to the computer-based General Test. Individuals planning to take the computer-based General Test are advised
to prepare for the test using GRE POWERPREP
®
 software.
This book is provided FREE with test registration by the Graduate Record Examinations Board.
EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE, ETS, the ETS logos, GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS,
GRE, POWERPREP , e-rater are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service. ScoreItNow! is a trade-
mark of Educational Testing Service. Copyright © 2004 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved.
Note to Test Takers: Keep this practice book until you receive your score report.
The book contains important information about scoring.
IMPORTANT
The verbal and quantitative sections in the GRE General Test in this publication contain questions
written and administered prior to 1995. For this reason, some of the material covered in the questions
may be dated. For example, a question may refer to a rapidly changing technology in a way that was
correct in the 1980s and early 1990s, but not now. In addition, Educational Testing Service
®
 ETS
®
 has
revised and updated its standards and guidelines for test questions so some questions may not meet
current standards. Questions that do not meet current ETS standards, and would not appear in GRE
tests administered today, are marked with an asterisk (see pages 35 and 44).
Page 3


GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS
®
General Test
Practice Book
Listening.
Learning.
Leading.
This practice book contains
 one full-length paper-based GRE General Test
 test-taking strategies
 sample verbal and quantitative questions with explanations
 sample analytical writing topics, scored sample essays, and
reader commentary
Visit the GRE Web site at www.gre.org for
additional test preparation resources.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The test-taking strategies in this publication are appropriate for use at a paper-based administration and
do not pertain to the computer-based General Test. Individuals planning to take the computer-based General Test are advised
to prepare for the test using GRE POWERPREP
®
 software.
This book is provided FREE with test registration by the Graduate Record Examinations Board.
EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE, ETS, the ETS logos, GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS,
GRE, POWERPREP , e-rater are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service. ScoreItNow! is a trade-
mark of Educational Testing Service. Copyright © 2004 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved.
Note to Test Takers: Keep this practice book until you receive your score report.
The book contains important information about scoring.
IMPORTANT
The verbal and quantitative sections in the GRE General Test in this publication contain questions
written and administered prior to 1995. For this reason, some of the material covered in the questions
may be dated. For example, a question may refer to a rapidly changing technology in a way that was
correct in the 1980s and early 1990s, but not now. In addition, Educational Testing Service
®
 ETS
®
 has
revised and updated its standards and guidelines for test questions so some questions may not meet
current standards. Questions that do not meet current ETS standards, and would not appear in GRE
tests administered today, are marked with an asterisk (see pages 35 and 44).
3
Table of Contents
Purpose of the GRE General Test ......................3
Structure of the GRE General Test ....................3
Scores Reported ..................................................4
Preparing for the GRE General Test ..................4
Test-Taking Strategies ........................................5
Review of the Verbal Section
Overview ................................................................ 6
How the Verbal Section is Scored ......................... 6
Antonyms ............................................................... 6
Analogies ................................................................ 6
Sentence Completions ........................................... 7
Reading Comprehension Questions ...................... 7
Review of the Quantitative Section
Overview ................................................................ 9
How the Quantitative Section is Scored ............. 10
Quantitative Comparison Questions ................... 10
Problem Solving — Discrete
Quantitative Questions..................................... 10
Problem Solving — Data
Interpretation Questions................................... 11
Review of the Analytical Writing Section
Overview .............................................................. 12
How the Analytical Writing Section is Scored ... 12
Present Your Perspective on an Issue Task........... 13
Analyze an Argument Task .................................. 20
Taking the Practice GRE General Test ............27
Evaluating Your Performance ...........................27
Verbal and Quantitative Sections........................ 27
Analytical Writing Section.................................. 27
Additional Preparation ........................................ 28
Practice GRE General Test ..............................29
Appendices
A – Analytical Writing Scoring Guides and
Score Level Descriptions .............................. 51
B – Verbal and Quantitative
Interpretive Tables ........................................ 54
C – Analytical Writing Topics, Sample Scored
Essay Responses at Selected Score Points,
and Reader Commentary .............................. 56
Answer Sheets .................................................. 63
Purpose of the GRE
General Test
The GRE General Test is designed to help graduate
school admission committees and fellowship sponsors
assess the qualifications of applicants to their pro-
grams. It measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical
writing skills that you have acquired over a long
period of time.
Any accredited graduate or professional school, or
any department or division within a school, may
require or recommend that its applicants take the
GRE General Test. The scores can be used by admis-
sions or fellowship panels to supplement undergradu-
ate records and other qualifications for graduate
study. The scores provide common measures for
comparing the qualifications of applicants and aid in
the evaluation of grades and recommendations.
Structure of the GRE
General Test
The paper-based GRE General Test contains five
sections. In addition, one unidentified pretest section
may be included and this section can appear in any
position in the test after the analytical writing
section. Questions in the pretest section are being
pretested for possible use in future tests and answers
will not count toward your scores.
Total testing time is up to 3
3
/ 4 hours. The direc-
tions at the beginning of each section specify the
total number of questions in the section and the time
allowed for the section. The analytical writing section
will always be first. The verbal and quantitative
sections may appear in any order, including an uniden-
tified verbal or quantitative pretest section. T reat each
section presented during your test as if it counts.
Page 4


GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS
®
General Test
Practice Book
Listening.
Learning.
Leading.
This practice book contains
 one full-length paper-based GRE General Test
 test-taking strategies
 sample verbal and quantitative questions with explanations
 sample analytical writing topics, scored sample essays, and
reader commentary
Visit the GRE Web site at www.gre.org for
additional test preparation resources.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The test-taking strategies in this publication are appropriate for use at a paper-based administration and
do not pertain to the computer-based General Test. Individuals planning to take the computer-based General Test are advised
to prepare for the test using GRE POWERPREP
®
 software.
This book is provided FREE with test registration by the Graduate Record Examinations Board.
EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE, ETS, the ETS logos, GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS,
GRE, POWERPREP , e-rater are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service. ScoreItNow! is a trade-
mark of Educational Testing Service. Copyright © 2004 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved.
Note to Test Takers: Keep this practice book until you receive your score report.
The book contains important information about scoring.
IMPORTANT
The verbal and quantitative sections in the GRE General Test in this publication contain questions
written and administered prior to 1995. For this reason, some of the material covered in the questions
may be dated. For example, a question may refer to a rapidly changing technology in a way that was
correct in the 1980s and early 1990s, but not now. In addition, Educational Testing Service
®
 ETS
®
 has
revised and updated its standards and guidelines for test questions so some questions may not meet
current standards. Questions that do not meet current ETS standards, and would not appear in GRE
tests administered today, are marked with an asterisk (see pages 35 and 44).
3
Table of Contents
Purpose of the GRE General Test ......................3
Structure of the GRE General Test ....................3
Scores Reported ..................................................4
Preparing for the GRE General Test ..................4
Test-Taking Strategies ........................................5
Review of the Verbal Section
Overview ................................................................ 6
How the Verbal Section is Scored ......................... 6
Antonyms ............................................................... 6
Analogies ................................................................ 6
Sentence Completions ........................................... 7
Reading Comprehension Questions ...................... 7
Review of the Quantitative Section
Overview ................................................................ 9
How the Quantitative Section is Scored ............. 10
Quantitative Comparison Questions ................... 10
Problem Solving — Discrete
Quantitative Questions..................................... 10
Problem Solving — Data
Interpretation Questions................................... 11
Review of the Analytical Writing Section
Overview .............................................................. 12
How the Analytical Writing Section is Scored ... 12
Present Your Perspective on an Issue Task........... 13
Analyze an Argument Task .................................. 20
Taking the Practice GRE General Test ............27
Evaluating Your Performance ...........................27
Verbal and Quantitative Sections........................ 27
Analytical Writing Section.................................. 27
Additional Preparation ........................................ 28
Practice GRE General Test ..............................29
Appendices
A – Analytical Writing Scoring Guides and
Score Level Descriptions .............................. 51
B – Verbal and Quantitative
Interpretive Tables ........................................ 54
C – Analytical Writing Topics, Sample Scored
Essay Responses at Selected Score Points,
and Reader Commentary .............................. 56
Answer Sheets .................................................. 63
Purpose of the GRE
General Test
The GRE General Test is designed to help graduate
school admission committees and fellowship sponsors
assess the qualifications of applicants to their pro-
grams. It measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical
writing skills that you have acquired over a long
period of time.
Any accredited graduate or professional school, or
any department or division within a school, may
require or recommend that its applicants take the
GRE General Test. The scores can be used by admis-
sions or fellowship panels to supplement undergradu-
ate records and other qualifications for graduate
study. The scores provide common measures for
comparing the qualifications of applicants and aid in
the evaluation of grades and recommendations.
Structure of the GRE
General Test
The paper-based GRE General Test contains five
sections. In addition, one unidentified pretest section
may be included and this section can appear in any
position in the test after the analytical writing
section. Questions in the pretest section are being
pretested for possible use in future tests and answers
will not count toward your scores.
Total testing time is up to 3
3
/ 4 hours. The direc-
tions at the beginning of each section specify the
total number of questions in the section and the time
allowed for the section. The analytical writing section
will always be first. The verbal and quantitative
sections may appear in any order, including an uniden-
tified verbal or quantitative pretest section. T reat each
section presented during your test as if it counts.
4
Typical Paper-Based GRE General Test
Sections
Section Number of Questions Time
Analytical Writing 1 Issue task* 45 min.
1 Argument task* 30 min.
Verbal 38 per section 30 min. per section
(2 sections)
Quantitative 30 per section 30 min. per section
(2 sections)
Pretest** Varies 30 min.
* For the Issue task, two essay topics will be presented and you will choose one. The Argument task does
not present a choice of topics; instead, one topic will be presented.
** An unidentified verbal or quantitative pretest section may be included and may appear in any order after
the analytical writing section.
Scores Reported
Three scores are reported on the General Test:
1. a verbal score reported on a 200–800 score scale,
in 10-point increments,
2. a quantitative score reported on a 200–800 score
scale, in 10-point increments, and
3. an analytical writing score reported on a 0–6
score scale, in half-point increments.
If you answer no questions at all in a section (verbal,
quantitative, or analytical writing), that section will
be reported as a No Score (NS).
Descriptions of the analytical writing abilities
characteristic of particular score levels are available
in the interpretive leaflet enclosed with your score
report, in the Guide to the Use of GRE Scores, and on
the GRE Web site at www.gre.org.
Preparing for the GRE
General Test
Preparation for the test will depend on the amount of
time you have available and your personal prefer-
ences for how to prepare. At a minimum, before you
take the GRE General Test, you should know what to
expect from the test, including the administrative
procedures, types of questions and directions, the
approximate number of questions, and the amount of
time for each section.
The administrative procedures include registra-
tion, date, time, test center location, cost, score-
reporting procedures, and availability of special
testing arrangements. You can find out about the
administrative procedures for the paper-based Gen-
eral Test online at www.gre.org, or by contacting
Educational Testing Service (see the GRE Information
and Registration Bulletin).
Before taking the practice General Test, it is
important to become familiar with the content of
each of the sections of the test. You can become
familiar with the verbal and quantitative sections by
reading about the skills the sections measure, how the
sections are scored, reviewing the strategies for each
of the question types, and reviewing the sample
questions with explanations. Determine which
strategies work best for you. Remember—you can do
very well on the test without answering every ques-
tion in each section correctly.
Everyone—even the most practiced and confident
of writers—should spend some time preparing for the
analytical writing section before arriving at the test
center. It is important to review the skills measured,
how the section is scored, scoring guides and score
level descriptions, sample topics, scored sample essay
responses, and reader commentary.
To help you prepare for the analytical writing
section of the General Test, the GRE Program has
published the entire pool of topics from which your
test topics will be selected. You might find it helpful
to review the Issue and Argument pools. You can
view the published pools on the Web at
www.gre.org/pracmats.html or obtain a copy by
writing to GRE Program, PO Box 6000, Princeton,
NJ 08541-6000.
The topics in the analytical writing section relate
to a broad range of subjects—from the fine arts and
humanities to the social and physical sciences—but
no topic requires specific content knowledge. In fact,
each topic has been field-tested to ensure that it
possesses several important characteristics, including
the following:
• GRE test takers, regardless of their field of study
or special interests, understood the topic and
could easily discuss it.
• The topic elicited the kinds of complex thinking
and persuasive writing that university faculty
consider important for success in graduate
school.
• The responses were varied in content and in the
way the writers developed their ideas.
Page 5


GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS
®
General Test
Practice Book
Listening.
Learning.
Leading.
This practice book contains
 one full-length paper-based GRE General Test
 test-taking strategies
 sample verbal and quantitative questions with explanations
 sample analytical writing topics, scored sample essays, and
reader commentary
Visit the GRE Web site at www.gre.org for
additional test preparation resources.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The test-taking strategies in this publication are appropriate for use at a paper-based administration and
do not pertain to the computer-based General Test. Individuals planning to take the computer-based General Test are advised
to prepare for the test using GRE POWERPREP
®
 software.
This book is provided FREE with test registration by the Graduate Record Examinations Board.
EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE, ETS, the ETS logos, GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATIONS,
GRE, POWERPREP , e-rater are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service. ScoreItNow! is a trade-
mark of Educational Testing Service. Copyright © 2004 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved.
Note to Test Takers: Keep this practice book until you receive your score report.
The book contains important information about scoring.
IMPORTANT
The verbal and quantitative sections in the GRE General Test in this publication contain questions
written and administered prior to 1995. For this reason, some of the material covered in the questions
may be dated. For example, a question may refer to a rapidly changing technology in a way that was
correct in the 1980s and early 1990s, but not now. In addition, Educational Testing Service
®
 ETS
®
 has
revised and updated its standards and guidelines for test questions so some questions may not meet
current standards. Questions that do not meet current ETS standards, and would not appear in GRE
tests administered today, are marked with an asterisk (see pages 35 and 44).
3
Table of Contents
Purpose of the GRE General Test ......................3
Structure of the GRE General Test ....................3
Scores Reported ..................................................4
Preparing for the GRE General Test ..................4
Test-Taking Strategies ........................................5
Review of the Verbal Section
Overview ................................................................ 6
How the Verbal Section is Scored ......................... 6
Antonyms ............................................................... 6
Analogies ................................................................ 6
Sentence Completions ........................................... 7
Reading Comprehension Questions ...................... 7
Review of the Quantitative Section
Overview ................................................................ 9
How the Quantitative Section is Scored ............. 10
Quantitative Comparison Questions ................... 10
Problem Solving — Discrete
Quantitative Questions..................................... 10
Problem Solving — Data
Interpretation Questions................................... 11
Review of the Analytical Writing Section
Overview .............................................................. 12
How the Analytical Writing Section is Scored ... 12
Present Your Perspective on an Issue Task........... 13
Analyze an Argument Task .................................. 20
Taking the Practice GRE General Test ............27
Evaluating Your Performance ...........................27
Verbal and Quantitative Sections........................ 27
Analytical Writing Section.................................. 27
Additional Preparation ........................................ 28
Practice GRE General Test ..............................29
Appendices
A – Analytical Writing Scoring Guides and
Score Level Descriptions .............................. 51
B – Verbal and Quantitative
Interpretive Tables ........................................ 54
C – Analytical Writing Topics, Sample Scored
Essay Responses at Selected Score Points,
and Reader Commentary .............................. 56
Answer Sheets .................................................. 63
Purpose of the GRE
General Test
The GRE General Test is designed to help graduate
school admission committees and fellowship sponsors
assess the qualifications of applicants to their pro-
grams. It measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical
writing skills that you have acquired over a long
period of time.
Any accredited graduate or professional school, or
any department or division within a school, may
require or recommend that its applicants take the
GRE General Test. The scores can be used by admis-
sions or fellowship panels to supplement undergradu-
ate records and other qualifications for graduate
study. The scores provide common measures for
comparing the qualifications of applicants and aid in
the evaluation of grades and recommendations.
Structure of the GRE
General Test
The paper-based GRE General Test contains five
sections. In addition, one unidentified pretest section
may be included and this section can appear in any
position in the test after the analytical writing
section. Questions in the pretest section are being
pretested for possible use in future tests and answers
will not count toward your scores.
Total testing time is up to 3
3
/ 4 hours. The direc-
tions at the beginning of each section specify the
total number of questions in the section and the time
allowed for the section. The analytical writing section
will always be first. The verbal and quantitative
sections may appear in any order, including an uniden-
tified verbal or quantitative pretest section. T reat each
section presented during your test as if it counts.
4
Typical Paper-Based GRE General Test
Sections
Section Number of Questions Time
Analytical Writing 1 Issue task* 45 min.
1 Argument task* 30 min.
Verbal 38 per section 30 min. per section
(2 sections)
Quantitative 30 per section 30 min. per section
(2 sections)
Pretest** Varies 30 min.
* For the Issue task, two essay topics will be presented and you will choose one. The Argument task does
not present a choice of topics; instead, one topic will be presented.
** An unidentified verbal or quantitative pretest section may be included and may appear in any order after
the analytical writing section.
Scores Reported
Three scores are reported on the General Test:
1. a verbal score reported on a 200–800 score scale,
in 10-point increments,
2. a quantitative score reported on a 200–800 score
scale, in 10-point increments, and
3. an analytical writing score reported on a 0–6
score scale, in half-point increments.
If you answer no questions at all in a section (verbal,
quantitative, or analytical writing), that section will
be reported as a No Score (NS).
Descriptions of the analytical writing abilities
characteristic of particular score levels are available
in the interpretive leaflet enclosed with your score
report, in the Guide to the Use of GRE Scores, and on
the GRE Web site at www.gre.org.
Preparing for the GRE
General Test
Preparation for the test will depend on the amount of
time you have available and your personal prefer-
ences for how to prepare. At a minimum, before you
take the GRE General Test, you should know what to
expect from the test, including the administrative
procedures, types of questions and directions, the
approximate number of questions, and the amount of
time for each section.
The administrative procedures include registra-
tion, date, time, test center location, cost, score-
reporting procedures, and availability of special
testing arrangements. You can find out about the
administrative procedures for the paper-based Gen-
eral Test online at www.gre.org, or by contacting
Educational Testing Service (see the GRE Information
and Registration Bulletin).
Before taking the practice General Test, it is
important to become familiar with the content of
each of the sections of the test. You can become
familiar with the verbal and quantitative sections by
reading about the skills the sections measure, how the
sections are scored, reviewing the strategies for each
of the question types, and reviewing the sample
questions with explanations. Determine which
strategies work best for you. Remember—you can do
very well on the test without answering every ques-
tion in each section correctly.
Everyone—even the most practiced and confident
of writers—should spend some time preparing for the
analytical writing section before arriving at the test
center. It is important to review the skills measured,
how the section is scored, scoring guides and score
level descriptions, sample topics, scored sample essay
responses, and reader commentary.
To help you prepare for the analytical writing
section of the General Test, the GRE Program has
published the entire pool of topics from which your
test topics will be selected. You might find it helpful
to review the Issue and Argument pools. You can
view the published pools on the Web at
www.gre.org/pracmats.html or obtain a copy by
writing to GRE Program, PO Box 6000, Princeton,
NJ 08541-6000.
The topics in the analytical writing section relate
to a broad range of subjects—from the fine arts and
humanities to the social and physical sciences—but
no topic requires specific content knowledge. In fact,
each topic has been field-tested to ensure that it
possesses several important characteristics, including
the following:
• GRE test takers, regardless of their field of study
or special interests, understood the topic and
could easily discuss it.
• The topic elicited the kinds of complex thinking
and persuasive writing that university faculty
consider important for success in graduate
school.
• The responses were varied in content and in the
way the writers developed their ideas.
5
Test-Taking Strategies
IMPORTANT NOTE: Test-taking strategies
appropriate for the verbal and quantitative
sections of the paper-based General Test are
different from those that are appropriate for
taking the verbal and quantitative sections of the
computer-based General Test. Be sure to follow
the appropriate strategies for the testing format in
which you will be testing. Paper-based testing
strategies should not be used if you take the
computer-based test.
Verbal and Quantitative Sections
When taking a verbal or quantitative section of the
paper-based General Test, you are free, within any
section, to skip questions that you might have
difficulty answering and to come back to them later
during the time provided to work on that section.
You may also change the answer to any question you
recorded on the answer sheet by erasing it completely
and filling in the oval corresponding to your desired
answer for that question.
Each of your scores will be determined by the
number of questions for which you select the best
answer from the choices given. Questions for which
you mark no answer or more than one answer are not
counted in scoring. Nothing is subtracted from a
score if you answer a question incorrectly. Therefore,
to maximize your scores on the verbal and quantita-
tive sections of the paper-based test, it is better for
you to answer each and every question and not to
leave any questions unanswered.
Work as rapidly as you can without being careless.
This includes checking frequently to make sure you
are marking your answers in the appropriate rows on
your answer sheet. Since no question carries greater
weight than any other, do not waste time pondering
individual questions you find extremely difficult or
unfamiliar.
You may want to work through a verbal or quanti-
tative section of the General Test quite rapidly, first
answering only the questions about which you feel
confident, then going back and answering questions
that require more thought, and concluding with the
most difficult questions if there is time.
During the actual administration of the General
Test, you may work only on the section the test
center supervisor designates and only for the time
allowed. You may not go back to an earlier section of
the test after the supervisor announces, “Please stop
work” for that section. The supervisor is authorized to
dismiss you from the center for doing so. All answers
must be recorded on your answer sheet. Answers
recorded in your test booklet will not be counted.
Given the time constraints, you should avoid waiting
until the last five minutes of a test administration to
record answers on your answer sheet.
Some questions on the General Test have only
four response options (A through D). All GRE
answer sheets for the paper-based test contain re-
sponse positions for five responses (A through E).
Therefore, if an E response is marked for a four-
option question, it will be ignored. An E response for
a four-option question is treated the same as no
response (omitted).
Analytical Writing Section
In the paper-based General Test, the topics in the
analytical writing section will be presented in the test
book and you will handwrite your essay responses on
the answer sheets provided. Make sure you use the
correct answer sheet for each task.
It is important to budget your time. Within the
45-minute time limit for the Issue task, you will need
to allow sufficient time to choose one of the two
topics, think about the issue you’ve chosen, plan a
response, and compose your essay. Within the 30-
minute time limit for the Argument task, you will
need to allow sufficient time to analyze the argument,
plan a critique, and compose your response. Although
GRE readers understand the time constraints under
which you write and will consider your response a
“first draft,” you still want it to be the best possible
example of your writing that you can produce under
the testing circumstances.
Save a few minutes at the end of each timed task
to check for obvious errors. Although an occasional
spelling or grammatical error will not affect your
score, severe and persistent errors will detract from
the overall effectiveness of your writing and thus
lower your score.
During the actual administration of the General
Test, you may work only on the particular writing
task the test center supervisor designates and only for
the time allowed. You may not go back to an earlier
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