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مقالات GMAT: کوانت GMAT با ارزش بالا

مقالات GMAT: کوانت GMAT با ارزش بالا

هر بار که کوانت GMAT رو مطالعه می‌کنین، تمام تمرکز خودتون رو فقط روی چند عنوان معطوف می‌کنین. در اون زمان، شما عناوین دیگه‌ای رو که در بخش کوانت  GMATمورد آزمون قرار می‌گیره، مطالعه نخواهین کرد. هوشمندانه‌ترین روش برای ایجاد تعادل در این زمینه، ارجاع مستقیم به عناوین کوانتی است که دارای ارزش بالایی هستن: عناوینی که احتمالاً برای شما در روز امتحان نمره به همراه داره.

عناوین کوانت GMAT با ارزش بالا برای هر فردی متفاوته. اگر شما قبلاً در کوانت نمره‌ی 47 و 48 گرفتین و به دنبال نمره‌ی 51 هستین، ممکنه دارای مجموعه‌ای از عناوین با ارزش بالا باشین. اگر شما در امتحان تمرینی نخست‌تون نمره‌ی 23 گرفتین، فهرست شما بسیار متفاوت خواهد شد. اجازه ندین شخص دیگه‌ای فهرست‌تون رو براتون بنویسه- برای انجام این کار، شما تنها کسی هستین که خودتون رو خوب می‌شناسین. در اینجا چند توصیه برای انجام اون ارائه میشه.

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مقالات و منابع GMAT _ درک مطلب :بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 5)

مقالات و منابع GMAT _ درک مطلب :بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 5)

درک مطلب : بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 5)

آیا آماده‌ی سوال پنجم و نهایی خود هستید؟ ما یک متن تاریخی درک مطلب را مورد بررسی قرار داده‌ایم. اگر تازه شروع کرده‌اید، ابتدا بخش‌های گذشته را بررسی و سپس به این بخش مراجعه کنید. پاسخ دادن به تمام 5 سوال با هم مشکلی ندارد.

در ادامه متن تاریخ و سوال پنجم ارائه می‌شود. موفق باشید.

“Two recent publications offer different assessments of the career of the famous British nurse Florence Nightingale. A book by Anne Summers seeks to debunk the idealizations and present a reality at odds with Nightingale’s heroic reputation. According to Summers, Nightingale’s importance during the Crimean War has been exaggerated: not until near the war’s end did she become supervisor of the female nurses. Additionally, Summers writes that the contribution of the nurses to the relief of the wounded was at best marginal. The prevailing problems of military medicine were caused by army organizational practices, and the addition of a few nurses to the medical staff could be no more than symbolic. Nightingale’s place in the national pantheon, Summers asserts, is largely due to the propagandistic efforts of contemporary newspaper reporters.

“By contrast, the editors of the new volume of Nightingale’s letters view Nightingale as a person who significantly influenced not only her own age but also subsequent generations. They highlight her ongoing efforts to reform sanitary conditions after the war. For example, when she learned that peacetime living conditions in British barracks were so horrible that the death rate of enlisted men far exceeded that of neighboring civilian populations, she succeeded in persuading the government to establish a Royal Commission on the Health of the Army. She used sums raised through public contributions to found a nurse’s training hospital in London. Even in administrative matters, the editors assert, her practical intelligence was formidable: as recently as 1947 the British Army’s medical services were still using the cost-accounting system she devised in the 1860s.

“I believe that the evidence of her letters supports continued respect for Nightingale’s brilliance and creativity. When counseling a village schoolmaster to encourage children to use their faculties of observation, she sounds like a modern educator. Her insistence on classifying the problems of the needy in order to devise appropriate treatments is similar to the approach of modern social workers. In sum, although Nightingale may not have achieved all of her goals during the Crimean War, her breadth of vision and ability to realize ambitious projects have earned her an eminent place among the ranks of social pioneers.”

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مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 4)

مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 4)

درک مطلب : بررسی یک متن تاریخی -بخش 4

آیا آماده‌ی سوال چهارم هستید؟ ما در حال بررسی درک مطلب یک متن تاریخی هستیم. اگر تازه شروع کرده‌اید، ابتدا به بخش‌های اولیه بروید و سپس به این بخش بازگردید.

در ادامه متن و سوال چهارم ارائه می‌شود. موفق باشید.

“Two recent publications offer different assessments of the career of the famous British nurse Florence Nightingale. A book by Anne Summers seeks to debunk the idealizations and present a reality at odds with Nightingale’s heroic reputation. According to Summers, Nightingale’s importance during the Crimean War has been exaggerated: not until near the war’s end did she become supervisor of the female nurses. Additionally, Summers writes that the contribution of the nurses to the relief of the wounded was at best marginal. The prevailing problems of military medicine were caused by army organizational practices, and the addition of a few nurses to the medical staff could be no more than symbolic. Nightingale’s place in the national pantheon, Summers asserts, is largely due to the propagandistic efforts of contemporary newspaper reporters.

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مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 3)

مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 3)

 

درک مطلب: بررسی یک متن تاریخی- بخش3

در بخش‌های نخست این مجموعه، ما یک متن درک مطلب تاریخی را مورد بررسی قرار دادیم. اگر تازه شروع کرده‌اید، ابتدا به بخش‌های 1 و 2 بروید و سپس به این بخش مراجعه کنید. جواب دادن به هر سه سوال با هم اشکالی ندارد.

خود متن و سوال سوم در زیر ارائه می‌شود. موفق باشید.

“Two recent publications offer different assessments of the career of the famous British nurse Florence Nightingale. A book by Anne Summers seeks to debunk the idealizations and present a reality at odds with Nightingale’s heroic reputation. According to Summers, Nightingale’s importance during the Crimean War has been exaggerated: not until near the war’s end did she become supervisor of the female nurses. Additionally, Summers writes that the contribution of the nurses to the relief of the wounded was at best marginal. The prevailing problems of military medicine were caused by army organizational practices, and the addition of a few nurses to the medical staff could be no more than symbolic. Nightingale’s place in the national pantheon, Summers asserts, is largely due to the propagandistic efforts of contemporary newspaper reporters.

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مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 2)

مقالات و منابع GMAT :درک مطلب _ بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 2)

درک مطلب : بررسی یک متن تاریخی (بخش 2)

در بخش نخست این مجموعه، ما درک مطلب یک متن تاریخی را مورد بررسی قرار دادیم. من به شما متن کامل را به همراه یک سوال ارائه کردم. امروز سوال دوم را ارائه می‌کنم.در اینجا دوباره خود متن را به همراه سوال مربوط به آن مطرح می‌کنم. (نکته: اگر هنوز بخش 1 را نخوانده‌اید، توصیه می‌کنم بازگردید و ابتدا بخش 1 را بخوانید. اما اگر دوست دارید هر دو سوال را با هم جواب دهید، مشکلی نیست.)

“Two recent publications offer different assessments of the career of the famous British nurse Florence Nightingale. A book by Anne Summers seeks to debunk the idealizations and present a reality at odds with Nightingale’s heroic reputation. According to Summers, Nightingale’s importance during the Crimean War has been exaggerated: not until near the war’s end did she become supervisor of the female nurses. Additionally, Summers writes that the contribution of the nurses to the relief of the wounded was at best marginal. The prevailing problems of military medicine were caused by army organizational practices, and the addition of a few nurses to the medical staff could be no more than symbolic. Nightingale’s place in the national pantheon, Summers asserts, is largely due to the propagandistic efforts of contemporary newspaper reporters.

“By contrast, the editors of the new volume of Nightingale’s letters view Nightingale as a person who significantly influenced not only her own age but also subsequent generations. They highlight her ongoing efforts to reform sanitary conditions after the war. For example, when she learned that peacetime living conditions in British barracks were so horrible that the death rate of enlisted men far exceeded that of neighboring civilian populations, she succeeded in persuading the government to establish a Royal Commission on the Health of the Army. She used sums raised through public contributions to found a nurse’s training hospital in London. Even in administrative matters, the editors assert, her practical intelligence was formidable: as recently as 1947 the British Army’s medical services were still using the cost-accounting system she devised in the 1860s.

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