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Fifty-two percent of United States high school graduates go on to college, compared with Canada’s thirty-five percent and Great Britain, Japan, and West Germany’s fifteen percent.

(A) Fifty-two percent of United States high school graduates go on to college, compared with Canada’s thirty-five percent and Great Britain, Japan, and West Germany’s fifteen percent.
(B) Fifty-two percent of United States high school graduates go on to college; in Canada it is thirty-five percent and in Great Britain, Japan, and West Germany it is fifteen percent.
(C) In the United States, Fifty-two percent of high school graduates go on to college, compared with thirty-five percent in Canada and fifteen percent in Great Britain, Japan, and West Germany.
(D) The percentage of high school graduates in the United States who go on to college is fifty-two, compared with Canada’s thirty-five percent, Great Britain’s fifteen, Japan’s fifteen, and West Germany’s fifteen.
(E) The percentage of United States high school graduates going on to college is fifty-two that in Canada is thirty-five, and that in Great Britain, Japan, and West Germany is fifteen.

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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2005, 07:35
prasad, we actually can see the OA very well. I would suggest you not to post them right away and wait a day or 2, after some discussion, before you post them. Otherwise, you may not get many replies as having the OA right away deters people from answering. :cry: On a more positive note, welcome aboard :circle
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2005, 07:38
Also, please try to limit your posts to 10 at a time so as not to flood the forum. Thanks again
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2005, 07:56
Agree with Paul, flooding is going to hurt everybody including yourself. Learning is like working out. You need to do it slowly but steadily. Just as one can't build musles over night so is one can't learn it all in a day. Unfortunately there are no quick fixes when it comes to verbal. Welcome aboard.

This problem is discussed here.

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... +graduates
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2005, 08:32
Now that we all know this question has been previously discussed, can we have a through explanation of why the answer is (C) and not (D) as i have wrongly picked? :oops: Thanks
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2005, 08:38
Initially I picked D buy yup with the explanation its much clear..that its C..
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jan 2005, 10:47
Paul wrote:
Also, please try to limit your posts to 10 at a time so as not to flood the forum. Thanks again


Sure Paul. Thanks :)
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