The stances of the authors of passage A and passage B, respectively, toward independent research on the part of trial...

on August 31 at 04:48PM

A and D How do I decide between two answer choices when they are very similar?

I was ultimately choosing between A and D and I chose A because I thought that the author in Passage A admitting to the credibility of the objections meant that they weren't completely advocating for it. And the wording used to describe the tone of Passage B was too similar in A and D to choose my answer that way. How should we approach selecting answer choices when we've narrowed it down to two that are very similar?

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Amanda on September 25 at 12:25AM

Same question here.