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# The entire sentence is underlined in the book. Except for

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The entire sentence is underlined in the book. Except for [#permalink]

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11 Jan 2008, 13:44
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The entire sentence is underlined in the book.

Except for one class in history and one in biology, all the student's graduation requirements have been fulfilled.

1: The student has fullfilled all his graduation requirements except for one class in history and one in biology.

2: Except for one history class and one biology class, the student has fulfilled all of his graduation requirements.

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11 Jan 2008, 14:47
1. - In the second option, "Except for one history class and one biology class" should ideally modify "graduation requirements"

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11 Jan 2008, 17:00
GMATBLACKBELT wrote:
The entire sentence is underlined in the book.

Except for one class in history and one in biology, all the student's graduation requirements have been fulfilled.

1: The student has fullfilled all his graduation requirements except for one class in history and one in biology.

2: Except for one history class and one biology class, the student has fulfilled all of his graduation requirements.

I think the second one illogically parallel the student and class.

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11 Jan 2008, 21:46
Unfortunetly the OA according to Kaplan is 2 (or D).

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12 Jan 2008, 07:22
Do you have an explanation on this GMATBLACKBELT?

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12 Jan 2008, 23:59
i thought its 1...
plzzz explain

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13 Jan 2008, 14:59
I guess 2 does makes sense now, choice 1 is incorrectly comparing 'class' to 'requirement.'
Good question, obviously there's still a lot I have to learn!

GMATBLACKBELT wrote:
Unfortunetly the OA according to Kaplan is 2 (or D).

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Re: Kap 800 SC   [#permalink] 13 Jan 2008, 14:59
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