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In the last annual examination, Kale had scored 80% marks, but in this year`s examination, she has scored 85% marks. Therefore, it would be logical to conclude that Kale`s scores are rising and her score will be even better in the next annual examination.
Which of the following, if true, most strongly weakens the conclusion drawn above?
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- The 80% scored by Kale in her last annual examination is the lowest she has obtained so far in any of the examinations she has taken.
- Examination scores in descriptive-type examinations are significantly dependent on one`s writing and presentation style, apart from one`s knowledge level
- Statistical data prove that at higher levels of performance in examinations, increments are increasingly harder to get by.
- Earlier, Kale used to study for 6 hours a day, nowadays she cannot spare more than 4 hours for her next examination.
- The university where Kale is enrolled plans to switch over to a new, more liberal marking system from the next annual examination onward.
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