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The use of lie detectors is based on the assumption that

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New post 15 Nov 2016, 19:49
mikemcgarry wrote:
zoezhuyan wrote:
Hi mike,

I totally understand.
Although I am the student of Magoosh,
1/ I have no idea whether I can post GMATPrep question on Magoosh, and where to post if I can
2/ I know Magoosh tutors are busy, I am afraid my questions of OG and Magoosh are sunk through HELP bottom, or maybe my operation problem,
any hint to get quick reply on Magoosh ?

have a nice day
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Dear zoezhuyan

My friend, I am happy to help. :-)

If you have paid for a Magoosh account, then you should be able to send a HELP ticket from any window in Magoosh, simply by clicking the "Help" tab. My understanding is that Magoosh will answer all Magoosh questions as well as all official questions, including GMAT Prep questions. It's also my understanding that the help tutors will respond to a ticket within a day or two. That's reasonably quick already.

Are you saying that you need replies faster than that? I am trying to understand what you are experiencing. Please be very specific in the description of your situation.

Have a good day,
Mike :-)


Hi mike,
1/ quick reply and other ways to post question.
Yeah, I posted lots of question through "help" Tab.
few of them got reply. sometimes, I got reply a few days later ( about 3-5 Days), sometime , I got reply after long time, ( I got a reply 3 months later )...
most of my questions, I haven't got the reply,
So that's why I posted more questions on GC,
because I know the only way to post question is "HELP" tab, I wonder whether other ways to post questions and can get quick reply.

2/ where can I post GMAT Prep question on Magoosh.
I find the pages about the OG questions, then I can post on the question page through "HELP", and marked mail follow.
while, I haven't find the pages of GMAT Prep question , I have no idea where to post the GMAT Prep question, I think I missed something

thanks Mike.
have a lovely day
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your OA is incorrect.

It should be A.

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Looks like someone updated the OA already. Tweaked option B to drop the extra "s" it had.
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The use of lie detectors is based on the assumption that lying produces emotional reactions in an individual that, in turn, create unconscious physiological response.

A) that, in turn, create unconscious physiological responses.
--> correct.

B) that creates unconscious physiological responses in turn.

C) creating, in turn, unconscious physiological responses.
--> creating wrongly modifies an individual

D) to create, in turn, physiological responses that are unconscious.

E) who creates unconscious physiological responses in turn.
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The use of lie detectors is based on the assumption that lying produces emotional reactions in an individual that, in turn, create unconscious physiological response.
A) that, in turn, create unconscious physiological responses.
B) that creates unconscious physiological responses in turn.
C) creating, in turn, unconscious physiological responses.
D) to create, in turn, physiological responses that are unconscious.
E) who creates unconscious physiological responses in turn.


pls explain your choice in detail. thx


A Correct
B "Creates" does not agree in number with "reactions."
C "Creating" here is a noun modifier that illogically modifies "individuals."
D The ultimate purpose of the reactions is not "to create." Also the phrase "that are unconscious" is wordy and awkward.
E "Who" is inappropriate to use to refer to an non-living thing.

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