Interest is only one of the factors, albeit an important one, that keeps the students focused on the GMAT, like it does on any other test.
a)keeps the students focused on the GMAT, like it does
b)keep the students focused on the GMAT, as it does
c)keeps the students focused on the GMAT, as it does
d)keep the students focused on the GMAT, like
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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Has to be b, keep is being used for factors. it describes factors now interest, hence plural

Ruseau Samuels
Nov 09, 2018
Agreed c is the right choice. Interest is singukar; hence it should be keeps not keep them focused.

Siddharth Raman
Oct 30, 2018
Answer should be c and not b. It keeps them focused and not keep.... Focused. Keeps Students focused is the right one here.

Eunice Palma
Oct 03, 2019
Why was "as" used and not "like"?

Olah Kata
Jan 08, 2019
Is it because of the word 'that' here is used to refer factors? hence the answer keep instead of keeps, cmiiw

Has to be b, keep is being used for factors. it describes factors now interest, hence plural
Has to be b, keep is being used for factors. it describes factors now interest, hence plural