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01 Nov 2005, 16:58
Ques from 1000CR doc

A patient complained of feeling constantly fatigued. It was determined that the patient averaged only four to six hours of sleep per night, and this was determined to contribute to the patientтАЩs condition. However, the patient was not advised to sleep more.

Which one of the following, if true, most helps to resolve the apparent discrepancy in the information above?

(A) The shorter oneтАЩs sleep time, the easier it is to awaken from sleeping.
(B) The first two hours of sleep do the most to alleviate fatigue.
(C) Some people require less sleep than the eight hours required by the average person.
(D) Most people who suffer from nightmares experience them in the last hour of sleep before waking.
(E) Worry about satisfying the need for sufficient sleep can make it more difficult to sleep
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01 Nov 2005, 17:19
B.If 2 hours of sleep is sufficient, there is no need to advise more sleep to reduce fatigue. There might be other reason for fatigue.
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01 Nov 2005, 17:20
As it was determined that the lack of sleep contributes to his condition I would say that the only one that helps to solve the apparent discrepancy would be E
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01 Nov 2005, 17:21
E?

For me E is the only one that explain the solution to his problem.
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01 Nov 2005, 17:28
conocieur wrote:
As it was determined that the lack of sleep contributes to his condition I would say that the only one that helps to solve the apparent discrepancy would be E

argument just says : 4 to 6 hrs of sleep contributing to the patientтАЩs condition.
It never says lack of sleep. It maybe because of excessive sleep(doesnt make sense it real world but in GMAT world...).
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01 Nov 2005, 17:47
duttsit wrote:
conocieur wrote:
As it was determined that the lack of sleep contributes to his condition I would say that the only one that helps to solve the apparent discrepancy would be E

argument just says : 4 to 6 hrs of sleep contributing to the patientтАЩs condition.
It never says lack of sleep. It maybe because of excessive sleep(doesnt make sense it real world but in GMAT world...).

you are right about that, but I think E is still the best choice, is any OA for this?
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01 Nov 2005, 22:23
yes, OA is E
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01 Nov 2005, 23:27
E is correct.
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02 Nov 2005, 02:48
I would go with E. OA / OE please.
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03 Nov 2005, 14:02
Got E.
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03 Nov 2005, 14:12
I now know word "only" in the second statement makes option B incorrect.
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03 Nov 2005, 14:21
I got E too.
03 Nov 2005, 14:21
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