GMAT Practice Question Set #9 (Question 25-27)

Sentence Correction Question #25: Child Learning  
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In September 2011, Michael John Dalton organized a seven days training program on new findings that indicates a child's learning behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills as a natural process that finishes up until the age of five.

(A)

that indicates a child's learning behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills as

(B)

to indicate that when a child learns behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills, that it is

(C)

indicative of a child's learning of behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills as

(D)

indicating that a child's learning of behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills is

(E)

that are indicative of a child learning behavioral, cognitive, and fine-motor skills as

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