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A Sentence Correction Question

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Hello,

I need help about a sentence correction question I met in GMAT Club Test Center. I attached the question screenshot.

I could not understand why past perfect tense should not be used for this question. There is a "before" relationship between two sentence so that an event realized in a specific time before some event. I think the conditions are suitable for past perfect tense.

I would be glad if you explain why my answer is not true and why past perfect tense must not be used in this sentence.

Thanks in advance!
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