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I wanted to take the test than, when I still remembered what I had read.

(A) I wanted to take the test than, when I still remembered what I had read.
(B) I wanted to take the test then, when I still remembered what I had studied.
(C) I wanted to take the test when I still remembered what I had read.
(D) Then I wanted to take the test, when I still remembered what I had read.
(E) I wanted to take the test then, when I still remembered what I had read.
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IMO, C.

The comma is not needed.
If the sentence were reverse, probably the comma would be required.

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Will post the OA after a few more responses
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B for me.

I feel studied is the write word for preparing for test.

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New post 03 Jul 2011, 14:54
E is the answer.....debates are welcome. Even I didn't choose E the 1st time


Choice (A) incorrectly uses the comparative than instead of the adverb then.
Choice (B) changes read to studied for no reason.
Choice (C) drops then/than altogether and thus takes away the reference to a specific time.
Choice (D) repositions then in the sentence and creates an awkward construction.
Choice (E) is the answer since it correctly changes than to then.
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