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The Industrialization of women's rights leads to changes in crop rotations that cause the immune system of mice or patients who fly from congested airports or other types of traffic situations to go crazy.

If the above statements are true, which of the following are you most likely to see as a GMAC answer explanation?

(A) Out of scope because we say so.
(B) This explanation is not the right answer.
(C) There is a better explanation.
(D) This best answers the question correctly.
(E) 60% of us working for GMAC kinda like our jobs and enjoy providing what we believe would be helpful to you in assessing your own logic. The other 40% have been doing this for 20 years, have tenure, are extremely bored with their job and don't give a hootenanny about you young bucks trying to make more money than us.

OA is E and explanation was "However far you got in reading this before realizing it is a farce is directly proportional to the level of desperation for which you need a break."
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28 Oct 2011, 14:44
Oh come on people...have a sense of humor!
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29 Oct 2011, 20:28
^^ Hahaha.

Where did you get this OP?! The OE simply wants you to take a break!
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29 Oct 2011, 21:11
well...I made it up...just getting so fed up with the crappy OA explanations.
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29 Oct 2011, 22:17
A kudos for your effort. Got me going there for a while..
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30 Oct 2011, 17:12
Fantastic.
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30 Oct 2011, 18:52
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The Industrialization of women's rights leads to changes in crop rotations that cause the immune system of mice or patients who fly from congested airports or other types of traffic situations to go crazy.

If the above statements are true, which of the following are you most likely to see as a GMAC answer explanation?

(A) Out of scope because we say so.
(B) This explanation is not the right answer.
(C) There is a better explanation.
(D) This best answers the question correctly.
(E) 60% of us working for GMAC kinda like our jobs and enjoy providing what we believe would be helpful to you in assessing your own logic. The other 40% have been doing this for 20 years, have tenure, are extremely bored with their job and don't give a hootenanny about you young bucks trying to make more money than us.

OA is E and explanation was "However far you got in reading this before realizing it is a farce is directly proportional to the level of desperation for which you need a break."

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30 Oct 2011, 20:17
Thanks guys...I think it's pretty funny that some people actually got through a vast portion of it before realizing...but I certainly don't blame them...been studying for 2 months now and this stuff definitely has a way of making you go cross-eyed.
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