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GMAT prep tough Bold Phase CR

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Hi,

Can someone please explain tough CR question from gmat prep.

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Many thanks.
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Lets evaluate C, D and E
E "consideration" makes first half wrong. Second half is right "policy should be abandoned"
C First half is right. Second half is wrong - "cannot achieve its objective" is wrong.

It has to be D.

mydreambschool wrote:
Hi,

Can someone please explain tough CR question from gmat prep.

Please find screenshot attached in the word doc file.

Many thanks.
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nice justification...
kudos to u...

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Lets evaluate C, D and E
E "consideration" makes first half wrong. Second half is right "policy should be abandoned"
C First half is right. Second half is wrong - "cannot achieve its objective" is wrong.

It has to be D.

mydreambschool wrote:
Hi,

Can someone please explain tough CR question from gmat prep.

Please find screenshot attached in the word doc file.

Many thanks.

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Re: GMAT prep tough Bold Phase CR   [#permalink] 20 Feb 2011, 11:00
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