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I use gmatter --> http://www.gmatter.biz. It has a full dataset of the 1000SC questions. Obviously it has some incorrect answers here and there. I really should cross check some of the answers against the actual SC1000 set.
So that means you are not using either sc1000 copy or walker's software...then what are you using? Is there any other software..? I tried gmatters but could not install it.
The spraying of pesticides can be carefully planned, but accidents, weather conditions that could not be foreseen, and pilot errors often cause much larger deposits of spray than they had anticipated.
A. weather conditions that could not be foreseen, and pilot errors often cause much larger deposits of spray than they had B. weather conditions that cannot be foreseen, and pilot errors often cause much larger deposits of spray than C. unforeseeable weather conditions, and pilot errors are the cause of much larger deposits of spray than they had D. weather conditions that are not foreseeable, and pilot errors often cause much larger deposits of spray than E. unforeseeable weather conditions, and pilot errors often cause much larger deposits of spray than they had
B. i think B is better over D in terms of logical meaning only cuz "weather conditions" are not divided into foreseeable and unforseeable. some can be forseen and other cannot be.
this question is always in my mind why B is better than D. I do not have any other convincing reason... _________________
I have noticed that GMAt do not prefer cutter nouns as noun1 noun 2 noun3 where in noun1 is acting as adjective for noun 3 . Gmat prefers it be noun1 to be near to noun3. eg: eg :sizeable wolf population is not preferred where as sizeable population of wolf is preferred. eg :deposits of baltic sea sediments is not preferred where as deposits of sediment of baltic sea is preferred. This one place where conciseness is compromised over clarity. hence we eliminate C ,E A - could is in past tense.
D- wrong. because it makes weather condition unforseable by their nature, which is not true.
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