PT 50, Sec 1 (RC), #13

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PT 50, Sec 1 (RC), #13

Postby MissLucky » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:01 pm

Can someone help me understand why D is wrong for #13 of Section 1 in PT 50? Thanks a ton in advance!

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Re: PT 50, Sec 1 (RC), #13

Postby Adjudicator » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:06 pm

It may not necessarily be wrong, but answer E is stronger.

edit: Remember, don't look for the answer that is not wrong... look for the answer that is most right!

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Re: PT 50, Sec 1 (RC), #13

Postby MissLucky » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:13 pm

but even in hindsight I don't see E as stronger than D. when I saw E I was like "there are a MILLION variables at work that contribute to any given country's economic health so that correlation is probably no more than that...likely not at all a causation or proof that it is imprisoning debtors that accounts for greater economic health." it just seemed like some fluffy weak correlation.

that aside, I look at every question with the mindset that 4 answer choices are categorically wrong and terrible, whereas only 1 answers the demands of the question...

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Re: PT 50, Sec 1 (RC), #13

Postby Adjudicator » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:33 pm

MissLucky wrote:that aside, I look at every question with the mindset that 4 answer choices are categorically wrong and terrible, whereas only 1 answers the demands of the question...


Speaking in general terms, that mindset will probably hinder you, especially in RC.



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