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Need help with the following SC - (source Cliffs GMAT) 41. Although it is required for admission,many candidates have not completed three advanced courses in chemistry.
A. Although it is required for admission, B. Although required for admission, C. Although they are requirements for admission, D. Although required, E. Required for admission,
Hello there. I am definitely a specialist in SC, but I have a try:
A) "It" may not refer to "advanced courses", because "it" is singular and "adv courses" is plural B) Seems fine... let's go to next C) "They" could refer to either "adv courses" or "candidates" D) What is required? E) This phrase is modifying "candidates" instead of "adv. courses"
Although I chose C, I can see others' frustration with the answer choices. Anything outside of real GMAT questions will be off the mark.
Still, I think badgerboy identifies the logic behind this Cliffs question. Besides, if B is correct, then so is D.
My guess is actully for B as well...
I don't that would make D correct also though. D leaves out a very important statement that the requirement is "for admission". Remember that you want to retain the meaning of the orginal sentence as much as possible.
Please correct me if I am wrong as I am no expert on sentence correction. IMO, the answer is C because: After a subordinator - I think it should a clause they must agreed with the advance courses as antecedent and pronoun
Re: Requirements for Admission
03 Jan 2013, 01:46