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Re: Jim Denver, already certified as a doctor in his native country, suppo [#permalink]
poojaarora1818 wrote:
Jim Denver, already certified as a doctor in his native country, supported himself by washing cars and delivering newspapers while pursuing an advanced degree at Oxford University

(A) Denver, already certified as a doctor
(B) Denver, already a certifiable doctor
(C) Denver was already certified as a doctor
(D) Denver, already certified for being a doctor
(E) Denver was certified as a doctor already

Hi Experts, MartyTargetTestPrep, GMATNinja

Can you pls explain why option A is correct instead of option B?


~ Not an expert, but hope this might help.

" The word certifiable is defined as an adjective we use to describe someone or something that's more than capable of being certified or verified in some professional capacity."
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Re: Jim Denver, already certified as a doctor in his native country, suppo [#permalink]
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poojaarora1818 wrote:
Jim Denver, already certified as a doctor in his native country, supported himself by washing cars and delivering newspapers while pursuing an advanced degree at Oxford University

(A) Denver, already certified as a doctor
(B) Denver, already a certifiable doctor
(C) Denver was already certified as a doctor
(D) Denver, already certified for being a doctor
(E) Denver was certified as a doctor already

Hi Experts, MartyTargetTestPrep, GMATNinja

Can you pls explain why option A is correct instead of option B?



~ Not an expert, but hope this might help.

" The word certifiable is defined as an adjective we use to describe someone or something that's more than capable of being certified or verified in some professional capacity."

Thank you so much for your response. Really appreciate it.
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