Hi guys..i have a clarification...pls see the below line:
"Forget, for a moment, whether marginal rates are too high or too low."
my doubt is...when we go with the parallelism....should there be an extra "are" in the above sentence ("or are too low")?
If not, can someone please explain the reasoning.
Maybe i am getting confused here, but i really need to clear it.
Hey Guys!!!.. am in too....the first attempt was badly screwed up!! but the good thing is now i think what are the weaknesses...so any strategies so far?? SC was the weakest for me...and for that i have been using Manhattan GMAT...its really good...though i am not a genius i would like to say that when you read articles..or newspaper...try identifying the grammar in that.....though initially it will take lot of patience...but once you get in...you will hit the spot... Appreciate if someone can suggest some other ideas as well..or if there is anything wrong in my strategy...do let me know....
Options 1,2,3 are out as noun is plural
Option 4 seems closest... although "gaps" is now "gap".
This changes the meaning!
Option 5 incorrect because of the usage of reduction (noun form)
the correct option should have been: "have not significantly reduced the gaps that exist"
puys... pls let me know if i m making a mistake here!!
realtachyon - To answer your question about marks is similar to answering the question " Did you ever Sleep with a partner or not?" - "Either you did" or "You did not". There is nothing in between. You either win it all, or you lose it all. Either your judgment is rewarding, or it isn't. We all will have to live with that, in the gmat world!
Take it easy..
deepakraam SaysI wud go with option B
My choice would be Option-C: Logically its better than other options.
I think it`s option E........
what`s the OA???