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# The Rorschach test is gaining new repeat as a diagnostic

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The Rorschach test is gaining new repeat as a diagnostic [#permalink]

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The Rorschach test is gaining new repeat as a diagnostic tool because it
takes only one hour to expose behavior and thought processes that
may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary
interviewing
.

(A) that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing
(B) whose emergence is unlikely in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews
(C) that might not emerge in other procedures or in weeks of ordinary interviewing
(D) that may not emerge under other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing
(E) unlikely not to emerge during weeks of ordinary interviewing or in other procedures.
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05 Nov 2003, 05:00
C?

I think that we should use IN before weeks to sound like

...processes that might not emerge .. in weeks of ... interviewing
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05 Nov 2003, 09:08
I don't like "might" in this context. Why use past tense?
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05 Nov 2003, 16:10
I will pick C. "Under procedure" in D sounds little weird"
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05 Nov 2003, 16:37
Would choose C.
Can someone explain what is wrong with B?
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Re: SC: The Rorschach test [#permalink]

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05 Nov 2003, 22:27
stolyar wrote:
The Rorschach test is gaining new repeat as a diagnostic tool because it
takes only one hour to expose behavior and thought processes that
may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary
interviewing
.

(A) that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing
(B) whose emergence is unlikely in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews
(C) that might not emerge in other procedures or in weeks of ordinary interviewing
(D) that may not emerge under other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing
(E) unlikely not to emerge during weeks of ordinary interviewing or in other procedures.

vote for C. clear. In in C is good
B: whose emergence ... don't like
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06 Nov 2003, 01:02
C is the most parallel and, therefore, the best option.
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