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ADVERTISEMENT: When you enroll with Future Careers Business Institute (FCBI), you will have access to our placement counseling service. Last year, 92% of our graduates who asked us to help them find jobs found them. So go to FCBI for your future! The answer to which of the following questions is potentially the LEAST damaging to the claim of the advertisement?

(A) How many of your graduates asked FCBI for assistance?
(B) How many people graduated from FCBI last year?
(C) Did those people who asked for jobs find ones in the areas for which they were trained?
(D) Was FCBI responsible for finding the jobs or did graduates find them independently?
(E) Was the person reading the advertisement a paid, professional actor?

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ADVERTISEMENT: When you enroll with Future Careers Business Institute (FCBI), you will have access to our placement counseling service. Last year, 92% of our graduates who asked us to help them find jobs found them. So go to FCBI for your future! The answer to which of the following questions is potentially the LEAST damaging to the claim of the advertisement?

(A) How many of your graduates asked FCBI for assistance?
(B) How many people graduated from FCBI last year?
(C) Did those people who asked for jobs find ones in the areas for which they were trained?
(D) Was FCBI responsible for finding the jobs or did graduates find them independently?
(E) Was the person reading the advertisement a paid, professional actor?

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Definitely E -- it does not matter who is reading the advertisement until the fact conveyed is legitimate
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ADVERTISEMENT: When you enroll with Future Careers Business Institute (FCBI), you will have access to our placement counseling service. Last year, 92% of our graduates who asked us to help them find jobs found them. So go to FCBI for your future! The answer to which of the following questions is potentially the LEAST damaging to the claim of the advertisement?

(A) How many of your graduates asked FCBI for assistance? -If only 10 students asked for help, then 92% will be a very small number, thus weakening the argument.
(B) How many people graduated from FCBI last year? -If only 10 people graduated, then the people who asked for the help will be less than or equal to 10 and again 10% of that won't be a very good number.
(C) Did those people who asked for jobs find ones in the areas for which they were trained? -If the location that the students are assigned to is not of their preference then it could hurt the argument, though it doesn't actually matter since the argument talks about 92% people getting placed.
(D) Was FCBI responsible for finding the jobs or did graduates find them independently? -A "yes" to either of the options could make the option either favourable or unfavourable.
(E) Was the person reading the advertisement a paid, professional actor? -This is totally irrelevant
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"The answer to which of the following questions is potentially the LEAST damaging to the claim of the advertisement?" is rarely written in CR section of GMAT.
Such question normally only appears in RC.
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