Paragraph Formation - English (MCQ) for Bank, MBA, CAT, MAT, GMAT, SSC for Q. 28013

Q.  A. People thoroughly dedicated to social service but not fulfilling the eligibility requirements would not be able to contest elections.
B. Those who fulfill the stipulated criteria of age and formal education may not be necessarily devoted to social service.
C. Thus, this system has both advantages and disadvantages.
D. Therefore, imposing such eligibility requirements is likely to be counter-productive.
E. In certain democratic countries, elections can be contested by anybody.
F. So, people would be deprived of the probable benefit accrued from services of such people.
G. There are no eligibility requirements of formal education and upper age limit stipulated in their Constitution.

- Published on 01 Mar 17


The first sentence here should be E as it introduces us to concept of election in democratic countries.

We can eliminate option 1 and 4.

The next sentence that logically follows E is G, as it speaks of the eligibility requirements for election.

G should be followed by A, as it speaks of the people dedicated to social service and elections but do not fulfill the eligibility requirements.

The next sentence should be F, as it clearly connects A to F and F tells us about the effect of sentence A.

The sequence so far is “EGAF..”

The next sentence should be D as it speaks of people who may be eligible for elections but not dedicated to social service.

The last sentence should be C.

The correct sequence should be “EGAFBDC”

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