Sentence Correction: Preposition Questions - Split Constructions
Despite her lack of work experience, Jane is so talented and easy going that she could fit in and help various organizations.
In this answer choice, the first verb is followed by a preposition, so there's no mistake here.
Stylistically, this answer choice is better (more concise) than the original sentence as a result of replacing Despite her lack of work experience with Although she lacks work experience.
However, this answer choice is grammatically incorrect.[[snippet]]
Remember that Grammar overrides style on the GMAT.
This answer choice is grammatically incorrect.[[snippet]]
This answer choice is stylistically flawed. Replacing Despite her lack of work experience with the less concise Despite the fact that she lacks work experience creates redundancy.
This answer choice is stylistically flawed. Replacing so talented and easy going with the less concise such a talented and easy going woman creates redundancy.