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  • SC-1000/1000: Japan’s abundant rainfall and the typically mild temperature throughout

    1000. Japan’s abundant rainfall and the typically mild temperature throughout most of the country have produced a lush vegetation cover and, despite the mountainous terrain and generally poor soils, it has made possible the raising of a variety of crops.

    A) it has made possible the raising of
    B) has made possible fro them to raise
    C) have made it possible to raise
    D) have made it possible for raising
    E) thus making it possible for them to raise

    Solution:
    Subject-verb agreement + parallelism + idioms
    ‘Japan’s abundant rainfall and typically mild temperature’ is the subject...
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  • SC-999/1000: In January 1994 an oil barge ran aground off the coast of San Juan

    999. In January 1994 an oil barge ran aground off the coast of San Juan, Puerto Rico, leaking its cargo of 750000 gallons into the ocean, while causing the pollution of the city's beaches.

    A) leaking its cargo of 750000 gallons into the ocean, while causing the pollution of
    B) with its cargo of 750000 gallons leaking into the ocean, and it polluted
    C) and its cargo of 750000 gallons leaked into the ocean, polluting
    D) while it leaked its cargo of 750000 gallons into the ocean and caused the pollution of
    E) so that its cargo of 750000 gallons leaked into the ocean, and they were polluting the city’s beaches....
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  • SC-998/1000: The Industrial Revolution, making it possible

    998. The Industrial Revolution, making it possible to mass-produce manufactured goods, was marked by their use of new machines, new energy sources, and new basic materials.

    A) making it possible to mass-produce manufactured goods, was marked by their use of
    B) making possible the mass production of manufactured goods, marked by the use of
    C) which made it possible that manufactured goods were mass-produced, was marked by their using
    D) which made possible the mass-production of manufactured goods, was marked by the use of
    E) which made the mass production of manufactured goods possible and was marked by using...
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  • SC-997/1000: Studying the fruit fly, a household nuisance but a time-honored experimental

    997. Studying the fruit fly, a household nuisance but a time-honored experimental subject, has enabled the secrets of how embryos develop to begin to be unraveled by scientists.

    A) Studying the fruit fly, a household nuisance but a time-honored experimental subject, has enabled the secrets of how embryos develop to begin to be unraveled by scientists.
    B) By the study of the fruit fly, a household nuisance and also a time-honored experimental subject, it was possible for the secrets of how embryos develop to begin to be unraveled by scientists.
    C) By studying a household nuisance but a time-honored experimental subject,...
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  • SC-996/1000: Unlike most severance packages, which require workers

    996. Unlike most severance packages, which require workers to stay until the last day scheduled to collect, workers at the automobile company are eligible for its severance package even if they find a new job before they are terminated.

    A) the last day scheduled to collect, workers at the automobile company are eligible for its severance package
    B) the last day they are scheduled to collect, workers are eligible for it at the automobile company’s severance package
    C) their last scheduled day to collect, the automobile company offers its severance package to workers.
    D) their last scheduled day in order to collect,...
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  • SC-995/1000: Nobody knows exactly how many languages there are in the world

    995. Nobody knows exactly how many languages there are in the world, partly because of the difficulty (of? ) distinguishing between a language and the sub-languages or dialects within it, but those who have tried to count typically have found about five thousand.

    A) and the sub-languages or dialects within it, but those who have tried to count typically have found
    B) and the sub-languages or dialects within them, with those who have tried counting typically finding
    C) and the sub-languages or dialects within it, but those who have tried counting it typically find
    D) or the sub-languages or dialects within them,...
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  • SC-994/1000: According to a 1996 survey by the National Association of College

    994. According to a 1996 survey by the National Association of College an University Business Officers, more than three times as many independent institutions of higher education charge tuition and fees of under $8,000 a year than those that charge over $16,000.

    A) than those that charge
    B) than are charging
    C) than to charge
    D) as charge
    E) as those charging

    Solution:
    Idioms
    A, B, are C: Not idiomatic as they don’t follow the “as many…as” structure.
    D: “as charge”. It is not clear who is charging.
    E: The best choice - correct idiom- ..more than three times as many X charge...
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  • SC-993/1000: In archaeology, there must be a balance between explanation

    993. In archaeology, there must be a balance between explanation of the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and to promote respect for archaeological sites.

    A) between explanation of the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and to promote
    B) among explaining the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and promoting
    C) between explaining the value and workings of archaeology, revealing the mysteries of past and present cultures, and when promoting
    D) among explaining...
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  • SC-992/1000: The yield of natural gas from Norway’s Troil gas field is expected

    992. The yield of natural gas from Norway’s Troil gas field is expected to increase annually until the year 2005 and then to stabilize at six billion cubic feet a day, which will allow such an extraction rate at least for 50 years’ production.

    A) 2005 and then to stabilize at six billion cubic feet a day, which will allow such an extraction rate at least for
    B) 2005 and then to stabilize at six billion cubic feet a day, an extraction rate that will allow at least
    C) 2005 and then stabilizing at six billion cubic feet a day, with such an extraction rate at the least allowing
    D) 2005, then stabilizing at six...
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  • SC-991/1000: Vivien Thomas, who had no formal medical training, in struggling

    991. Vivien Thomas, who had no formal medical training, in struggling against overwhelming odds, he became a cardiac surgeon and eventually to receive an honorary doctorate from Johns Hopkins University.

    A) who had no formal medical training, in struggling against overwhelming odds, he became
    B) having had no formal medical training, in struggling against overwhelming odds to become
    C) who, having no formal medical training, he struggled against overwhelming odds in becoming
    D) who, having had no formal medical training and struggled against overwhelming odds, became
    E) who had no formal medical training,...
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  • SC-990/1000: Part of the proposed increase in state education spending

    990. Part of the proposed increase in state education spending is due to higher enrollment, since the number of students in public schools have grown steadily since the mid-1980’s and, at nearly 47 million, are at a record high.

    (A) enrollment, since the number of students in public schools have grown steadily since the mid-1980’s and, at nearly 47 million, are at
    (B) enrollment, with a number of students in public schools growing steadily since the mid-1980’s and, at nearly 47 million, reaching
    (C) enrollment: since students in public schools have grown steadily in number since the mid-1980’s and, at nearly...
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  • SC-989/1000: The results of the company’s cost-cutting measures are evident

    989. The results of the company’s cost-cutting measures are evident in its profits, which increased five percent during the first three months of this year after it fell over the last two years.

    (A) which increased five percent during the first three months of this year after it fell
    (B) which had increased five percent during the first three months of this year after it had fallen
    (C) which have increased five percent during the first three months of this year after falling
    (D) with a five percent increase during the first three months of this year after falling
    (E) with a five percent increase during the...
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  • SC-978/1000: Tektites, which may have been propelled to Earth from lunar volcanoes

    978. Tektites, which may have been propelled to Earth from lunar volcanoes, are much like the volcanic glass obsidian, but their chemical composition is different than any terrestrial lava; they contain far less water than obsidian does and none of its characteristic microcrystals.

    (A) is different than any terrestrial lava; they contain
    (B) is different than any terrestrial lava’s, containing
    (C) is different from that of any terrestrial lava; they contain
    (D) differs from any terrestrial lava in containing
    (E) differs from that of any terrestrial lava’s, containing

    Solution:

    Comparison...
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  • SC-977/1000: Some archaeologists claim that the tablets found at Ebla could force a revision

    977. Some archaeologists claim that the tablets found at Ebla could force a revision of current theories on the origins of Judaism and Christianity, alter many scriptural interpretations, make all current Bible translations obsolete, and scholars may be required to credit the Old Testament with greater historical accuracy.

    (A) scholars may be required to credit the Old Testament with greater historical accuracy
    (B) crediting the Old Testament with greater historical accuracy may be required of scholars
    (C) require that scholars are to credit the Old Testament with greater historical accuracy
    (D) crediting the Old...
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  • SC-976/1000: Seeking to spur science education, elementary and secondary

    976. Seeking to spur science education, elementary and secondary schools will receive $25 million over the next ten years from the National Science Foundation to promote science.

    (A) elementary and secondary schools will receive $25 million over the next ten years from the National Science Foundation to promote science
    (B) $25 million will be spent by the National Science Foundation over the next ten years to promote science in elementary and secondary schools
    (C) over the next ten years $25 million will be spent on elementary and secondary schools by the National Science Foundation for promoting science
    (D) the...
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