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Choi: All other factors being equal, children whose parents

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08 Oct 2016, 14:48
apurva1985 wrote:
As i have mentioned in the earlie post that the key lies to realise that CHOI is talking about the people who are going to earn doctrate but at presen they are not and as we might see that choi is talking about the entire group of people ie entire population.
if after this we look at the answer choices we may find hat C is the best option
By A She is not establishing the argumet to be exagerate
By B she is not proving the argument to be wrong as she is not targeting it
By D She is not even providing an alternative explaination Choi's claim
E whatever

while hart is talkin about the people who are already doctrate so it doesnt essentially means that she is disagreeing.
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OA answer is C , however I did understand nothing.

AHHH, I see now what you are getting at. Thank you. You are POE'ing the other choices and by one referring to the current state of Doctorates and the other referring to future, they are not disagreeing; rather, she is almost adding another aspect to Choi's claim. Because Choi's claim could still be true if the percent is >70...consistent doesn't mean agreeing, I completely forgot that going into this question.
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28 Jul 2017, 09:36
Merged topics. Please, search before posting questions!
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Re: Choi: All other factors being equal, children whose parents [#permalink]

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08 Jan 2018, 09:48
GMATNinja, broall
this kind of question is really rare in gmat and this question is not from LSAT. Do you think official exam will ever include this question?
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08 Jan 2018, 13:42
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chesstitans wrote:
GMATNinja, broall
this kind of question is really rare in gmat and this question is not from LSAT. Do you think official exam will ever include this question?

I wouldn't worry about this unofficial question too much. Choice (C) could be accurate (depending on the numbers), but this is not the type of thing you would see on the actual test.
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