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    Use of simultaneously

    Is the following sentence correct grammatically? Please correct the sentence if it is wrong.

    You could have done preparation of A level exam and medical entry test simultaneously.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 10-Jul-2015 at 18:14. Reason: Removed unnecessary line break

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    Re: Use of simultaneously

    It's lacking articles or possessive adjectives.

    Two of many alternatives:

    'You could have done the preparation for your A level exam and medical entry test simultaneously.'

    'You could have done your preparation for the A level exam and the medical entry test simultaneously.'
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 10-Jul-2015 at 08:48.

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