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PVue screen format question [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2006, 23:20
Just curious if anybody knows how the PVue screen displays CRs and RCs these days?

Is it crammed into the left hand side like this (1) :?:

In 1991, 45% of the company’s budget was spent
on research and development. In the past 10 years,
the company’s commitment to research has only
intensified, as shown by the fact that in 2001, a full
60% of the budget was earmarked for this area.
Accordingly, the claim of the staff in the science
department that the company is spending less today
on research and development than it has in the past
is clearly false.

Which of the following, if true, casts the most doubt
on the argument above?

A) In 2001, the company spent more on marketing
than it did in 1991.
B) Despite a increase in the public’s desire for
better developed products, the company has
focused more of its effort in research than
development.
C) The overall company budget for 2001 is
approximately $10 million less than the overall
company budget was in 1991.
D) The science department staff has previously
made false claims about other company
operations.
E) The company president, due to pressure from
shareholders, has promised to continue to
increase spending on research and
development.

Or is it full screen with the questions below like this (2) :?:

In 1991, 45% of the company’s budget was spent on research and development. In the past 10 years, the company’s commitment to research has only intensified, as shown by the fact that in 2001, a full60% of the budget was earmarked for this area. Accordingly, the claim of the staff in the science department that the company is spending less today on research and development than it has in the past is clearly false.

Which of the following, if true, casts the most doubt on the argument above?

A) In 2001, the company spent more on marketing than it did in 1991.
B) Despite a increase in the public’s desire for better developed products, the company has focused more of its effort in research than development.
C) The overall company budget for 2001 is approximately $10 million less than the overall company budget was in 1991.
D) The science department staff has previously made false claims about other company operations.
E) The company president, due to pressure from shareholders, has promised to continue to increase spending on research and development.
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2006, 23:25
CR - #2.
RC - Two frame. Left frame for the passage and right frame for question. But much better than ETS. That blinking scrollbar is gone forever.

Its same as shown in GMATPrep.
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2006, 23:32
ps_dahiya wrote:
CR - #2.
RC - Two frame. Left frame for the passage and right frame for question. But much better than ETS. That blinking scrollbar is gone forever.

Its same as shown in GMATPrep.


Thanks DaHiya. I detested that incessantly blinking scroll bar!!! Halleluyah!
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2006, 23:42
OMG THE BLINKING SCROLL BAR IS GONE!!!! Thank God!

For those of with ADD, the blinking scrollbar = DISTRACTION.

:wink:

BTW, does anyone have a screenshot of the RC or CR format?
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