MBA Entrance Verbal Ability Test for MAT, MAH CET

Q.  In the question below, a part of the sentence has been underlined. Replace the underlined part with the most appropriate choice from the four options provided below. In case no improvement is required, choose the option d.) no improvement required.

Cancer claimed Kim Suozzi at age 23, but she chooses to preserve her brain with the dream that neuroscience may one day claim her mind.


a. chose to preserve her brain with the dream that neuroscience may one day revive her mind.
b. chose to have her brain preserved with the dream that neuroscience might one day revive her mind.
c. chose neuroscience to preserve her brain with the hope that one day it might be revived.
d. no improvement needed.


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