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I looked up this commonalitie of ETS and here I think it

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I looked up this commonalitie of ETS and here I think it means in a "Specified fact" here.

Child prodigies are marked not so much by their skills (but instead ) by the fact that these skills are fully developed at a very early age.

A) developed at a very early age
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C) than
D) as
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D???

Know the idiom here.

not so much................ as.........


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What is the meaning of "as" here Evens, I think this approach works better.
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What is the meaning of "as" here Evens, I think this approach works better.


Curly is known not so much for his GMAT skills as for his confusing doubts.

Now do you get that...


P.S: Don't take the meaning of the sentence to your heart. :wink:

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