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# Ques: Unlike in other transportation industries, there are

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Ques: Unlike in other transportation industries, there are no minimum standards set by government or industry for qualifying for being an engineer on a train.
(A) Unlike in other transportation industries, there are no minimum standards set by government or industry for qualifying for being
(B) Unlike other transportation industries that have minimum standards set by government or industry, there are none for qualifying to be
(C) Although the government or industry usually sets minimum standards for transportation industries, no such one has been set for qualifying as to being
(D) Although the government or industry usually sets minimum standards for transportation industries, no such standard has been set for qualifying to be
(E) Although there are usually minimum standards set by government or industry for transportation industries, there is none for qualifying and being

==> obviously D seems like the best choice, but isn't it also comparing the gov/industry with standards???

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14 May 2007, 17:12
jc114 wrote:
Ques: Unlike in other transportation industries, there are no minimum standards set by government or industry for qualifying for being an engineer on a train.
(A) Unlike in other transportation industries, there are no minimum standards set by government or industry for qualifying for being
(B) Unlike other transportation industries that have minimum standards set by government or industry, there are none for qualifying to be
(C) Although the government or industry usually sets minimum standards for transportation industries, no such one has been set for qualifying as to being
(D) Although the government or industry usually sets minimum standards for transportation industries, no such standard has been set for qualifying to be
(E) Although there are usually minimum standards set by government or industry for transportation industries, there is none for qualifying and being

==> obviously D seems like the best choice, but isn't it also comparing the gov/industry with standards???

I dont think so. The comparision is between "standards set by Govt. or Industry" and "Standards required to qualify as an engineer"

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