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In contrast to the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently than many people expect.


(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates

(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently


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(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

The comparison is pretty off here: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur…” Somewhere, we need something that’s logically comparable to injury rates, and we just don’t have that here. (A) is out.

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(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates

This almost sounds better, but the comparison still doesn’t quite work. “Those” is a demonstrative pronoun here – basically, the plural version of “that”, as discussed in our long-winded guide to the word “that.” The best thing to do here is to identify the antecedent of “those”, and then reread the sentence, replacing “those” with its referent.

So we have: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… the injury rates of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…” Wait, that sounds good at first, but then it stops making sense: “the injury rates of… soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…”?? Nope, (B) is gone.


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(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

I’m OK with this. Now, the comparison is between “supposedly dangerous activities” and “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball. The “which” is fine – and it’s in all five answer choices, anyway. I don’t see any problems here. Keep (C).

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(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

Another illogical comparison: “the injury rates” are compared to “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball.” (D) is gone.

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(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

This looks a little bit like (A): “supposedly dangerous activities” is being compared to “in such safe sports as soccer and basketball”, and that doesn’t work. (E) is gone, and (C) is our winner.
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In contrast to the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently than many people expect.

(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently
- Comparison is made between Injury Rates of X and other Sport, an incorrect comparison. Hence incorrect.

(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates
- Use of THOSE along with Injury Rates in the end leads to REDUNDANCY. Hence incorrect.

(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury - CORRECT

(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury
- Comparison is made between Injury Rates of X and SAFE Sport, an incorrect comparison. Hence incorrect.

(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently
- Comparison is made between Dangerous activities and Injury Rates, an incorrect comparison. Moreover, IN is not at all required. Hence incorrect.
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My opinion: C -As per the below analysis (Awaiting OA)

Also, I have a question for GMATNinja, Is the usage -injury rates "of" supposedly dangerous activities - correct?
Shouldn't it be -injury rates "in" supposedly dangerous activities?

Example: We always say that "The rate of injury in cycling is greater than that in swimming" than that "The rate of injury of cycling is greater than that of swimming".

The rate of SOMETHING is greater/lesser than the rate of SOMETHING while we are engaged IN an activity.

Please throw some light on this doubt.

In contrast to the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently than many people expect.

(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently
-This option is comparing "injury rates" with "injuries". Invalid comparison

(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates
-Both the portions in red are redundant

(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury
-Correct. The comparison is between the type of sports - a correct comparison

(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury
-This option is comparing "injury rates" with "sports". Invalid comparison

(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently
-This option is comparing "dangerous sports" with "injuries". Invalid comparison
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I have marked E.
It does away with the anomaly in the original sentence (A)that compares injuries to games.
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In contrast to the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently than many people expect.

(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuriesoccur far more frequently
- Comparison is made between Injury Rates of X and other Sport, an incorrect comparison. Hence incorrect.

(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates
- Use of THOSE along with Injury Rates in the end leads to REDUNDANCY. Hence incorrect.

(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury - CORRECT

(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury
- Comparison is made between Injury Rates of X and SAFE Sport, an incorrect comparison. Hence incorrect.

(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently
- Comparison is made between Dangerous activities and Injury Rates, an incorrect comparison. Moreover, IN is not at all required. Hence incorrect.


Hi elegantm,

I think in option A, the comparison is between "injury rate" and "injuries" instead of "injury rate" and "sports". "in such sports as" is a prepositional phrase, so the comparison can't be between "injury rate" and "sports".

I think that for the same reason you have marked the error in option E correctly (invalid comparison between "activities" and "injuries").

What are your thoughts?

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Only C and E to be considered. A,B,D have wrong comparison. Injury rates are compared with sports in A,B,D.
Injuries after comma is wrong in E.
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(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

The comparison is pretty off here: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur…” Somewhere, we need something that’s logically comparable to injury rates, and we just don’t have that here. (A) is out.

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(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates

This almost sounds better, but the comparison still doesn’t quite work. “Those” is a demonstrative pronoun here – basically, the plural version of “that”, as discussed in our long-winded guide to the word “that.” The best thing to do here is to identify the antecedent of “those”, and then reread the sentence, replacing “those” with its referent.

So we have: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… the injury rates of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…” Wait, that sounds good at first, but then it stops making sense: “the injury rates of… soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…”?? Nope, (B) is gone.


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(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

I’m OK with this. Now, the comparison is between “supposedly dangerous activities” and “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball. The “which” is fine – and it’s in all five answer choices, anyway. I don’t see any problems here. Keep (C).

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(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

Another illogical comparison: “the injury rates” are compared to “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball.” (D) is gone.

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(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

This looks a little bit like (A): “supposedly dangerous activities” is being compared to “in such safe sports as soccer and basketball”, and that doesn’t work. (E) is gone, and (C) is our winner.




Hi GmatNinja,

thank you for the explaination of this question. I have a different doubt- which is modifying injury rates, dangerous activities or bungee jumping ? I am getting confused with which when modifiers are in front of it. Please help me clarify this doubt.

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(A) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

The comparison is pretty off here: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur…” Somewhere, we need something that’s logically comparable to injury rates, and we just don’t have that here. (A) is out.

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(B) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, those of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates

This almost sounds better, but the comparison still doesn’t quite work. “Those” is a demonstrative pronoun here – basically, the plural version of “that”, as discussed in our long-winded guide to the word “that.” The best thing to do here is to identify the antecedent of “those”, and then reread the sentence, replacing “those” with its referent.

So we have: “In contrast to the injury rates of (dangerous activities)… the injury rates of “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…” Wait, that sounds good at first, but then it stops making sense: “the injury rates of… soccer and basketball have far higher injury rates…”?? Nope, (B) is gone.


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(C) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

I’m OK with this. Now, the comparison is between “supposedly dangerous activities” and “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball. The “which” is fine – and it’s in all five answer choices, anyway. I don’t see any problems here. Keep (C).

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(D) the injury rates of supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, “safe” sports such as soccer and basketball have far higher rates of injury

Another illogical comparison: “the injury rates” are compared to “’safe’ sports such as soccer and basketball.” (D) is gone.

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(E) supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm, in such “safe” sports as soccer and basketball, injuries occur far more frequently

This looks a little bit like (A): “supposedly dangerous activities” is being compared to “in such safe sports as soccer and basketball”, and that doesn’t work. (E) is gone, and (C) is our winner.




Hi GmatNinja,

thank you for the explaination of this question. I have a different doubt- which is modifying injury rates, dangerous activities or bungee jumping ? I am getting confused with which when modifiers are in front of it. Please help me clarify this doubt.

thanks. :)

Take another look at the relevant part of the sentence, "supposedly dangerous activities such as skydiving and bungee jumping, which rarely result in serious harm." "Which" is right next to "skydiving and bungee jumping," and it makes perfect sense to interpret the writer's intention to mean that these two activities are emblematic of the kinds of "supposedly dangerous activities" that rarely result in serious harm. So don't overthink it - the "which" modifier is right next to a noun it can logically describe.

More importantly: "which" is in the same place in every answer choice! Don't expend any mental energy on something that cannot be a decision point! All the incorrect options have comparison errors, so this is where you want to focus the bulk of your attention.

I hope that helps!
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A E and D all compare ‘injury rates’ to ‘safe sports’, so they’re clearly wrong. In B ‘those’ refers to ‘the injury rates’, so the sentence becomes odd and doesn’t make sense.

C is the only correct option.
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