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If one prepares well for the GMAT, he or she will probably score highly on it.
If the above sentence were a Sentence Correction question, it would be considered __________.
This sentence does not meet the stylistic preference of conciseness. It is redundant, that is, the same meaning can be expressed using fewer words:
If one prepares well for the GMAT, one will probably score highly on it.
While the sentence is grammatically correct, this is not enough to make is correct on the GMAT. The GMAT also has stylistic preferences, specifically avoiding redundancy and ambiguity.
This sentence is grammatically correct. The subject and the verb agree, the pronoun one agrees with he or she, etc.
There is no ambiguity in the sentence: its meaning is clear and unequivocal, that is, it cannot be interpreted in more than one meaning.