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# Some psychiatric studies indicate that among distinguished

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664. Some psychiatric studies indicate that among distinguished artists the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent as in the population at large.
(A) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent as in
(B) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in
(C) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent when compared to
(D) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent when compared to
(E) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in
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02 Jun 2008, 02:31
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E

1. 'the rates' cannot be 'prevalent'. D and E remain.
2. 'more prevalent than' is correct
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(B) the rates ... are ... more prevalent than ...

rates cannot be more prevalent. It is a logic mistake, not a grammatical one.
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02 Jun 2008, 02:25
sondenso wrote:
664. Some psychiatric studies indicate that among distinguished artists the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent as in the population at large.
(A) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent as in
(B) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in
(C) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent when compared to
(D) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent when compared to
(E) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in

the rates of is correct comparison

so i guess B

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02 Jun 2008, 03:36
walker wrote:
E

1. 'the rates' cannot be 'prevalent'. D and E remain.
2. 'more prevalent than' is correct

Agree with walker..rates cannot be more prevalent. E!!

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02 Jun 2008, 03:47
Thanks OA is E!

I fell in the same trap as Rohit!
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02 Jun 2008, 15:42
Among distinguished artists needs to modify the disease not rates – eliminate A, B and C
(A) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent as in
(B) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in
(C) the rates of manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent when compared to
(D) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times as prevalent when compared to [As requires clause – eliminate it]
(E) manic depression and major depression are ten to thirteen times more prevalent than in [Hold it]

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04 Jun 2008, 02:16
You guys are good.

E for me as well but wasn't clear as to why B was wrong. Thanks Walker for explanation!

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04 Jun 2008, 02:50
Yep, I see it now. As a native speaker, I somehow just miss those critical points. I need to slow down a bit and read each sentence carefully.

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Re: SC.664.Psychiatric   [#permalink] 04 Jun 2008, 02:50
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