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'As compared to' - Incorrect as per OG, but correct as per e-GMAT

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Hi,

Is idiom 'As compared to' correct? eGMAT says it is correct but OG Solution mentions otherwise.

I am referring to Verbal Review 2017 - Q.242. Please tell what's right and wrong.
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