A group of women seek an appointment. or A group of women seeks an appointment. Which is correct?
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ETA: Appointment is singular, so we're going to assume that the group is seeking an appointment together, versus individually seeking separate appointments. In this case, a singular verb is best.
A group of women seeks an appointment is correct.