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Leaving India and going to USA is still a priority of a majority of working engineers in India, like that of fresh undergraduates.

A. like that of fresh undergraduates
B. as that for fresh undergraduates
C. just as fresh undergraduates did
D. as have fresh undergraduates
E. as it was of fresh undergraduates

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Leaving India and going to USA is still a priority of a majority of working engineers in India, like that of fresh undergraduates.

A. like that of fresh undergraduates
B. as that for fresh undergraduates
C. just as fresh undergraduates did
D. as have fresh undergraduates
E. as it was of fresh undergraduates

Correct Answer must be (E) for the highlighted errors in other options...
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Leaving India and going to USA is still a priority of a majority of working engineers in India, like that of fresh undergraduates.

A. like that of fresh undergraduates
B. as that for fresh undergraduates
C. just as fresh undergraduates did
D. as have fresh undergraduates
E. as it was of fresh undergraduates[/quote]

Rewriting the correct sentence, we can see only E fits correctly.

Leaving India and going to USA is still a priority of a majority of working engineers in India, as it was of fresh undergraduates

Answer E.


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I'm still not convinced fully with the explanation posited above. Experts, please shed some light.
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It is between B and E.

Isn't 'it' in option E ambiguous?
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