The GMAT’s insistence on high standards and rigorous examinations are not, despite what test takers think, part of a plan to withhold high scores from them.
  • a)
    are not, despite what test takers think, part of a plan to withhold high scores from them.
  • b)
    are not, despite what test taker thinks, part of a plan to withhold high scores from them.
  • c)
    is not, despite what test takers think, part of a plan to withhold high scores from them.
  • d)
    is not what test takers think, part of a plan to withhold high scores from them.
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Pn Aryal · 4 days ago ·GMAT
2 Answers
Rebecca Jumoke answered Feb 05, 2019
Cause is not is a complete sentence on its own

Preitee Ranjan Pradhan answered Jun 04, 2020
In D it's the modifier "part of a plan bla bla " is not placed before required modifying noun or noun phrase, because it's not an appositive modifier.

and as usual singular is required.
so C

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