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An extract from Cathy's school report: "Cathy has not done [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 04:23
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An extract from Cathy's school report: "Cathy has not done her written work particularly
well, but has always been willing to volunteer answers when personally required to do
so."
This statement is unsatisfactory because

a. it may not be accurate about Cathy's written work.
b. it contains a contradiction.
c. it assumes that the answers Cathy volunteers are correct.
d. the comments about Cathy volunteering answers are incompatible with
those made about her written work.
e. it does not specify in what way Cathy's written work is deficient.
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 05:21
B is tempting but I'll choose D. How can she volunteer answers if she hasn't done her work well?
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 05:43
B is tempting. But not enough evidence that the answers are correct.
I will go with C.
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 07:07
D.........I dont see any correlation between answering questions and written work :?
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 09:47
ok...i chose D coz " the comments about Cathy volunteering answers are incompatible with those made about her written work."

but i was wrong. QA ss not D, its not C. Kpadma can you explain!!!
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Feb 2004, 10:08
mbamantra wrote:

but i was wrong. QA ss not D, its not C. Kpadma can you explain!!!


From the question stem:

She has always been willing to volunteer answers when personally required to do so."

An action is either obligatory or voluntary. It can't be both.
But, the above statement says "she volunteers when required". That is
a contradiction.

Thus, I've chosen B.
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