A pretty average test overall. One question, that while I got it right, I had difficulty choosing... Try it out.
Detective: B/c the embezzler must have had specialized knowledge and access to internal financial records, we can presume that the embezzler worked for XYZ Corp. as either an accountant or an actuary. But an accountant wouldn;t have made the mistakes in the ledger entries that led to the discovery of the the embezzlment. Thus it is likely that the embezzler is one of the actuaries.
Each of the following weakens the argument EXCEPT:
A. The actuaries' activities while working for XYZ were more closely watched than were the activities of the accountants.
B. There is evidence that the embezzlement could have come from outside XYZ Corp.
C. XYZ employs 8 accountants, whereas it has only 2 actuaries.
D. An independent report released before the crime took place concluded that XYZ was vulnerable to embezzlement.
E. Certain security measures made it more difficult for actuaries to have internal financial records than accountants.
While the answer is obvious, it seems that one of the other choices doesn't weaken it so well....