Student or Learner
Hi, guys! The answer is (A) but (D) cannot be an answer?
If not, why it can't be? Plz help. I'd like to hear experts' opinions. ^^
Oh, one more... 800 and 1000 mean the score or the number of people?
A result of 800 out of 1000 in the aptitude test
is just ------- the average score achieved by
our graduate recruits.
Last edited by juliana0403; 02-Feb-2011 at 04:53.
From the context, 80 out of 100 indicates the score on the aptitude test. This would be equivalent to 80% - in this case.
Regarding the comparison to the average - given the choices - the only one that fits the context is "below". The other comparisons would be 'above', or 'at'.
"On average" has a different meaning - and would be usable in a different context. But it doesn't fit, here.
Not a teacher, 53-year-old American.
Ö and thatís my opinion