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New post 12 Feb 2016, 06:54
Shouldnt we try to avoid extreme and biased answer on Gmat . " Impossible seems to me as quite an extreme word ; however E does leaves some room for a possibility ;

So to sum up - i generally avoid these extreme words like - impossible , unanimous , Never , Surely , only -

Am i wrong in my approach ? Can any of the experts reply to this please .
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