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# The GMAT math section consists of 37 questions, each

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The GMAT math section consists of 37 questions, each question a test of a certain math concept.

A. each question a test on a certain math concept
B. all the questions a test on a certain math concept
C. all the questions are tested on a certain math concept
D. every question is tested on a certain math concept
E. each question is tested on a certain math concept

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12 Sep 2010, 22:37
E - right - each is preferred over every
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12 Sep 2010, 23:06
tested on a certain math concept --> implies a change of meaning ... so c,d,e out

between A and B, the subject-verb doesnt agree for "all the questions"

Not sure why the original says "test of" and the option says "test on". Either way, option (a) is the best choice
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13 Sep 2010, 05:53
E

I thought second part needs verb and chose E.
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13 Sep 2010, 09:37
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tested on a certain math concept --> implies a change of meaning ... so c,d,e out

between A and B, the subject-verb doesnt agree for "all the questions"

Not sure why the original says "test of" and the option says "test on". Either way, option (a) is the best choice

Going with E. It does change the meaningm but is it the wrong meaning?
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13 Sep 2010, 09:52
I would say E - but it still smells fisy !

OA with explanation ??
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13 Sep 2010, 10:01
I choose 'A'.
CDE are out coz it says "question tested on....concept". Question is not tested on a concept...It tests a concept.
And 'A' sounds better than 'B' with "each" in it.
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13 Sep 2010, 12:57
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The GMAT math section consists of 37 questions, each question a test of a certain math concept.

A. each question a test on a certain math concept
B. all the questions a test on a certain math concept
C. all the questions are tested on a certain math concept
D. every question is tested on a certain math concept
E. each question is tested on a certain math concept

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Easy (A). You can immediately eliminate (C), (D), and (E), because they state that the questions themselves are being tested on certain math concepts, which doesn't make sense. In (A), it says that each individual question tests a certain math concept; in (B), it says that all of the questions together are a collective test on one single math concept (eg, all 37 questions test geometry). (A) is right.
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13 Sep 2010, 13:22
I'd go with A,

The elimination came from the difference of "Test" and "Tested". Question(s) can not be tested. Between A and B, EACH fits better since its referring to "concept".
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03 Oct 2010, 20:34
B C - change of meaning. D E - question is not tested.. so A
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