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Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 17:36
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Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?
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Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 17:45
finder_003 wrote:
Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?


Between (A) and (D)...

I will go for 'A' for being more direct and parallel..

(D) - too wordy compared to 'A'

Kindly explain why it is grammatically incorrect.
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Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 17:54
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finder_003 wrote:
Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?


Between (A) and (D)...

I will go for 'A' for being more direct and parallel..

(D) - too wordy compared to 'A'

Kindly explain why it is grammatically incorrect.


I guess what I find a little weird in A is "prescribed a drug as a dosage too low ". I would have found "prescribed a drug dosage too low" more aacurate.
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Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 17:58
I think there is a serious typo in this:

Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example, been prescribed a drug at a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

The original typo as threw me off for a few minutes.

finder_003 wrote:
Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?
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Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 18:04
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I think there is a serious typo in this:

Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example, been prescribed a drug at a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

The original typo as threw me off for a few minutes.

finder_003 wrote:
Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?


If it is a typo then A seems like a good answer!! Thanks!!
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Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2007, 18:19
finder_003 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
finder_003 wrote:
Hi, Can someone please explain this to me?

11) Some patients who do not respond therapies of depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A -- having, for example been prescribed a drug as a dosage too low to be effective or having been
B -- having, for example, a drug prescription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being
C -- as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being
D -- when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage for it to be effective, or were
E -- for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

(OA below)
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OA is A. This seems grammatically wrong to me. Am I missing something?


Between (A) and (D)...

I will go for 'A' for being more direct and parallel..

(D) - too wordy compared to 'A'

Kindly explain why it is grammatically incorrect.


I guess what I find a little weird in A is "prescribed a drug as a dosage too low ". I would have found "prescribed a drug dosage too low" more aacurate.


If you prefer 'prescribed a drug dosage too low' then it should have been
'prescribed a drug dosage which is too low'

Moreover we should try to stick as close as possible with the original stem in terms of speech and voice...
If we don't find any grammatical errors in (A) we should stick to that.

Is this acceptable..?? :roll:
Re: Brutal Scs - Question 11   [#permalink] 18 Nov 2007, 18:19
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