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# The Rorschzch test is gaining new respect as a diagnostic

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21 Jun 2004, 01:08
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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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21 Jun 2004, 11:19
hi

I would like D as the anz ...

A0) quite edundant and unclear... also ''in other porcedure'' sounds od..

B) the use of ''whose'' helps it on its way off....

C) well... I belive some thing will emerge thorugh something and NOT ''IN'' the use of '' throuh other proceedures'' would suit better than ''in other procedures''

E )redudnat and unclear

D ) corrects when it sayz ''UNDER othr procedures'' and thats the reason it seemz mmore clear!
I may well be wrong ...

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21 Jun 2004, 14:41
I'm not sure about usage of "emerge under"/"emerge in" as it is more commonly seen as "emerge from" which means "rising from"

However, between C and D, C is better
may: have the ability to, have the permission to
might: probability/possibility of something happening
In the above context, "might" better conveys the meaning of the probability of the "behavior and thought processes" happening
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21 Jun 2004, 19:06
mba 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
(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

Ah, this is a toughy! my answer is C.
possible choices A, C and D. whose/unlikely doesn't provide a clear referent.
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that might not emerge in other procedures or in weeks of ordinary interviewing

parallel.

I am not sure whether "may be unlikely to" is wrong in A, but it just doesn't seem right.

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22 Jun 2004, 00:37
OA is (C).

Thanks for explanation guys! (Paul you gave a good explanation here! thanks.)

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