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Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores; other considerations include their undergraduate grade point averages and extracurricular activities.

A - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
B - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
C - Student admissions to business school are not accepted soley based on the schools' GMAT scores
D - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on GMAT scores
E - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on its GMAT scores

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chicagocubsrule wrote:
Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores; other considerations include their undergraduate grade point averages and extracurricular activities.

A - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
B - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
C - Student admissions to business school are not accepted soley based on the schools' GMAT scores
D - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on GMAT scores
E - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on its GMAT scores


Student admissions accepted??

B remains

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New post 16 Jan 2009, 17:02
B is correct. Thanks for the explanation

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New post 16 Jan 2009, 21:54
chicagocubsrule wrote:
Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores; other considerations include their undergraduate grade point averages and extracurricular activities.

A - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
B - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores
C - Student admissions to business school are not accepted soley based on the schools' GMAT scores
D - Student admissions to business school are not accepted solely based on GMAT scores
E - Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on its GMAT scores


Thats correct. B is stand alone winner.
"Their" should agree with "students".
E missed "their".
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Students seeking admission to business school are not accepted solely based on their GMAT scores; other considerations include their undergraduate grade point averages and extracurricular activities.
Clearly B.

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New post 18 Jan 2009, 03:08
OA is already declared. Its B. pls see the post of Jan 17.
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IMO B.....wht is OA?

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