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The Rorschzch test is gaining new respect as a diagnostic

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The Rorschzch test is gaining new respect as a diagnostic tool because it takes only one hour to expose behavior and thought processes that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing.
(A) that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing
(B) whose emergence is unlikely in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews
(C) that might not emerge in other procedures or in weeks of ordinary interviews
(D) that may not emerge under other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews
(E) unlikely not to emerge during weeks of ordinary interviewing or in other procedures
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06 Sep 2008, 08:21
C for me

I am not sure between may not and might not but will go for C . Can anyone explain the usage ?
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06 Sep 2008, 08:34
Nihit wrote:
C for me

I am not sure between may not and might not but will go for C . Can anyone explain the usage ?

IMO C
might is past tense of may
Here it is used as conditional verb
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06 Sep 2008, 08:44
D should be answer. May is used with present tense. pls explain for C in detail
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06 Sep 2008, 23:45
icandy wrote:
spriya wrote:
The Rorschzch test is gaining new respect as a diagnostic tool because it takes only one hour to expose behavior and thought processes that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing.
(A) that may be unlikely to emerge in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviewing

Noun and verb. wrong parallelism

(B) whose emergence is unlikely in other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews

whose?? No way

(C) that might not emerge in other procedures or in weeks of ordinary interviews

parallel (better over A as might not is concise than may be unlikely to)

(D) that may not emerge under other procedures or weeks of ordinary interviews

under is wrong

(E) unlikely not to emerge during weeks of ordinary interviewing or in other procedures

during is wrong and unlikely not is just plain wrong.

IMO C

I believe the reason why C is correct is usage of IN rather than might !!!
in other procedures and in weeks ..... is correct usage !! D losses on this since it says under other procedures or week ... under week is wrong usage

one query which i have here is MIGHT NOT indicates uncertainty
where as may not indicates surety !!! hence here better option would be usage of may rather than might ,may be A can be considered for the same reason stated here !!can anyone help !!!
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09 Sep 2008, 00:33
spriya, how does "may" indicate sureity? Is "might" not past tense of "may"?
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09 Sep 2008, 05:02
Confused betwn C and D .. finally going with D
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09 Sep 2008, 08:37
here is something on might vs. may. I got it while surfing net.

"So remember to use may when the outcome is likely and might when the outcome is less likely or uncertain. But also remember that you use might for everything in the past tense. Also, it's OK to use might when you're writing about negative outcomes, even if they're likely outcomes, if using may would make people think you were talking about having permission."

by looking at this "might" fits better here.
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here is something on might vs. may. I got it while surfing net.

"So remember to use may when the outcome is likely and might when the outcome is less likely or uncertain. But also remember that you use might for everything in the past tense. Also, it's OK to use might when you're writing about negative outcomes, even if they're likely outcomes, if using may would make people think you were talking about having permission."

by looking at this "might" fits better here.

Yes rightly said ,consider following:

you may go to party !!! ORDER
You might go to party !!!! negative perception
You might beat him there!!!

so there is a difference in terms of tone and certainty too!!!

I think C here is more concise than A !!!
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10 Sep 2008, 11:50
It also said "might" needs to be used for everything in the past tense.

I might go to a party. How is this past tense?

spriya wrote:
neeshpal wrote:
here is something on might vs. may. I got it while surfing net.

"So remember to use may when the outcome is likely and might when the outcome is less likely or uncertain. But also remember that you use might for everything in the past tense. Also, it's OK to use might when you're writing about negative outcomes, even if they're likely outcomes, if using may would make people think you were talking about having permission."

by looking at this "might" fits better here.

Yes rightly said ,consider following:

you may go to party !!! ORDER
You might go to party !!!! negative perception
You might beat him there!!!

so there is a difference in terms of tone and certainty too!!!

I think C here is more concise than A !!!
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