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Education researchers recently concluded a study that seems to counter the prevailing opinion that first-graders who completed preschool programs prior to entering kindergarten do better academically than other first-graders. In the study, male first-graders who attended preschool programs performed no better than other male first-graders on reading tests.

Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the claim that first-graders who are graduates of preschool programs perform better academically?

B. Female first-graders who completed preschool programs, on average, take more difficult reading tests.

C. First-graders who completed preschool programs are more satisfied with their performance in school.

E. Younger siblings of graduates of preschool programs also attend preschool programs.
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25 Jul 2007, 09:41
D supports the fact that first graders who have preschool degree perform better academically.
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25 Jul 2007, 17:24
Vote for D.
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25 Jul 2007, 20:18
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D supports the fact that first graders who have preschool degree perform better academically.

Though I doubt if this is the correct option as there is no mention that the Q stem is talking about urban students.. But I guess, D is the best option..

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I'll pick D. Lack of a better choice really
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25 Jul 2007, 22:37
D is the better of the worst
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25 Jul 2007, 22:38
picked D
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24 Jan 2016, 21:01
I think D is the correct choice among all.
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