Out of EURANZ (Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand), last three represent rampant Colonialisations by European Settlers from the 16th Century CE. After annihilating the Original Occupants of North America, Australia and New Zealand, the European Settlers wanted Slaves to work in their Farms and Factories. Europe during these five Centuries indulged in the most inhuman activity of Slave Trade. Still, short of Labor supply, they started welcoming immigrants from Asia, Latin America, and anybody else whoever was willing to be Undeclared-Slaves. Owing to adverse terms of Trade, EURANZ currencies also called HARD CURRENCIES commanded high price, PURCHASE POWER PARITY THEORY (PPP) lost its place as far as the European Countries were concerned. The EURANZ countries want removal of all Barriers on World Trade, so that they can dump their machine-produced surplus goods on Rest of the World. WTO and WEFs have become tools in their hands to lift all gates on their Exports. The most regrettable Paradox is while they want Free Trade, they do not want "Free Movement of Labor across the World". The European Settlers started claiming that the countries occupied by them annihilating the Aboriginals, American Indians, Maoris, Eskimos and others as their own Native lands.
Practise a thousand Multiple Choice Questions Tests, in subjects as English, Arithmetic and Numerical Ability, Reasoning, General Awareness (General Knowledge), Computer Awareness, etc. You can set your convenient max. time for answering. Each Test contains 50 MCQs.
How to succeed in TIMEBOUND MCQ oriented tests? Ans: Speed is as important as accuracy. A common feature observed in MCQ Competitive Tests is, they will not give us adequate time to answer all the questions and recheck their answers. We have to click all the questions within the allotted time. Some Tests have negative marks for incorrect answers.
Striking a balance between speed and accuracy is not easy. Practice increases both accuracy and speed. First we should aim at 100% correct answers, even if such exactitude and perfection needs extended time. For this reason only, the MCQs set here have a flexible clock. You can start with as much maximum time as possible, to enable you answer all the questions, and as far as possible correctly. Once we attain reasonable accuracy and exactitude, we can start reducing maximum test time. After several months of practising, we may reach a stage when we can answer almost all the questions correctly at 75% of the time stipulated by the Testing Authority.