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A downturn in the economy after nearly a decade of extremely high grow

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A downturn in the economy after nearly a decade of extremely high growth is encouraging more people to apply to graduate schools. Graduate schools, as a result of greater application numbers, are becoming more selective and are able to choose only the top applicants. Therefore, the future graduates from these incoming classes should be more qualified, and as they exit school and return to the market place, they will be key factors in bringing the country out of the impending recession.

Which of the following statements, if true, would most strengthen the above?

A) Graduate schools were forced to fill their classes with average students over the past decade.

B) Graduate schools welcome economic downturns as it gives them a chance to boost their reputations.

C) There is no correlation between market downturns and future job success for graduate school alumni.

D) There is a relationship between an influx of top students into the job market and a general upswing in the economy.

E) Only business school students will have a positive effect on the market upon graduation.

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Re: A downturn in the economy after nearly a decade of extremely high grow [#permalink]

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This was bit difficult for me...i ll go with D...

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