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Which of the following two sentences is correct on the GMAT

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Which of the following two sentences is correct on the GMAT? (Reply with reasoning):
1* Many students are hesitant to take the GMAT.
2* Many students hesitantly take the GMAT.

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vivian
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both are correct but their meanings are different. first one implies that people are hesitant or take too much caution or are dubious to take GMAT.
answered Jun 23, 2016 by Student (43 points)
nukul
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Cannot be determined! Both sentences can be correct or wrong depending on the context. The meaning conveyed by both of them is different. in the first we are talking about the students who are skeptic about taking the exam. In the second one we are talking about the students who take the GMAT, but the process in which they take involves hesitation.
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Student (71 points)
Ashish Kumar
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1.We are talking about the students who are not keen to take the exam.
2.We are talking about the students who actually take GMAT, but do so reluctantly.
Both the Statements are correct but have different meaning.
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
teacher.rkvimal
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both are correct but their meanings are different. first one implies that people are hesitant or take too much caution or are dubious to take GMAT.
answered Jun 22, 2016 by Associate (163 points)
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