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# Answer of Stepwells with Explanation

Answer of Stepwells with Explanation is divided into three parts for your ease of navigating answer, passage, and questions, all at the same time.

### Answer of Stepwells with Explanation

• The answers appear in the same order in the text as the order of the statements
• You don’t need to read the whole text. First, you will scan for keywords and then you’ll read in detail the section in which they’re located for the answer.
• Underline the key words in first two question. Why first two questions? If you miss locating one, you need another to stop you and think, either you have missed it or it’s not given.
• There will be at least one of each answer type – True, False, Not Given. So, if you don’t have at least one of each when you’ve completed the question, you’ve made a mistake.
•  Identify any words that qualify the statement, for example, some, all, mainly, often, always and occasionally. These words are there to test if you have read the whole statement because they can change the meaning. For example, ‘Coca-Cola has always made its drinks in the U.S.A.’ has a different meaning from ‘Coca-Cola has mainly made its drinks in the U.S.A.’
• The statements won’t be a word-for-word match to the information in the text. They will contain synonyms and paraphrasing. It’s the meaning that you are trying to match.
• Remember that at least one answer will be NG. This means that you will be searching for information that is not there.
• If you can’t find the information you are looking for, then it is probably ‘not given’. Don’t waste time looking for something that is not there.
• If you have no idea what the answer is put ‘not given’. You probably have no idea because the answer is not there.
• Don’t write yes for True, No for false.
• To understand what is being asked in the questions look the questions before the passage for scanning purpose. This will help you to know the main ideas to look out for.