Unfortunately, due to connection problems I wasn't able to get all my questions answered during the free consultation.

I would like to know if I am completely off with my target schools . I am concerned if I am overshooting and being over ambitious. If that's the case what should my strategy be?

MZ

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Unfortunately, due to connection problems I wasn't able to get all my questions answered during the free consultation.

I would like to know if I am completely off with my target schools . I am concerned if I am overshooting and being over ambitious. If that's the case what should my strategy be?

MZ]]>

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I read the MGMAT verbal guides (3 ebooks) to learn the rules of the game, then did a practice test. With this baseline, read some articles from a newspaper or magazine/newspaper every day (New York Times or the Economist for me) keeping the rules in mind and paying close attention to the grammar and sentence structures used, particularly tenses, parallelism and subject verb agreement.

Also, in the mean-time, I read some classic books. Things like Dickens, or Lord

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I read the MGMAT verbal guides (3 ebooks) to learn the rules of the game, then did a practice test. With this baseline, read some articles from a newspaper or magazine/newspaper every day (New York Times or the Economist for me) keeping the rules in mind and paying close attention to the grammar and sentence structures used, particularly tenses, parallelism and subject verb agreement.

Also, in the mean-time, I read some classic books. Things like Dickens, or Lord

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Hey there,

Thanks for posting in our subthread! Quick question - what does "top US school" mean to you? What are some programs you're looking at?

Bhavik

Top US school means schools which are under top 30 ranks in US and I am looking for full time MBA either in General Management or in finance.

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Hey there,

Thanks for posting in our subthread! Quick question - what does "top US school" mean to you? What are some programs you're looking at?

Bhavik

Top US school means schools which are under top 30 ranks in US and I am looking for full time MBA either in General Management or in finance.]]>

"Of the people who got tickets -- many had a radar machine. Therefore, if you had a radar, you were more likely to GET A SPEEDING TICKET."

That's what we know based on past results.

But the author says something slightly different:

"Clearly, drivers who equip their vehicles with radar detectors are more likely to EXCEED THE SPEED LIMIT REGULARLY."

Well, "more likely to get a speeding ticket" is not the same as "more likely to exceed

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"Of the people who got tickets -- many had a radar machine. Therefore, if you had a radar, you were more likely to GET A SPEEDING TICKET."

That's what we know based on past results.

But the author says something slightly different:

"Clearly, drivers who equip their vehicles with radar detectors are more likely to EXCEED THE SPEED LIMIT REGULARLY."

Well, "more likely to get a speeding ticket" is not the same as "more likely to exceed

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Thanks again. I tried to apply the logic you gave me (the straightforward one) to solve 4 letter arrangements for "EEELLL". I put the formula 6P4/(3!*3!) = 10. But surely I was doing something wrong as I calculated more than 10 arrangements on hand. So I tried for the following 3 possibilities using your first example:

"3 Es and 1 L"-> 4!/3!*1! = 4

"3 Ls and 1 E"-> 4!/3!*1! = 4

"2 Es and 2 L"-> 4!/2!*2! = 2

I got total = 14. I found this worked.

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Thanks again. I tried to apply the logic you gave me (the straightforward one) to solve 4 letter arrangements for "EEELLL". I put the formula 6P4/(3!*3!) = 10. But surely I was doing something wrong as I calculated more than 10 arrangements on hand. So I tried for the following 3 possibilities using your first example:

"3 Es and 1 L"-> 4!/3!*1! = 4

"3 Ls and 1 E"-> 4!/3!*1! = 4

"2 Es and 2 L"-> 4!/2!*2! = 2

I got total = 14. I found this worked.

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The question stem doesn't limit us to integers. Accordingly, a value like d=3.1 or d=26.9 is said to be acceptable by this answer but is outside the defined range taken from solving the problem.

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The question stem doesn't limit us to integers. Accordingly, a value like d=3.1 or d=26.9 is said to be acceptable by this answer but is outside the defined range taken from solving the problem.]]>

chintzzz wrote:

I got an answer of B but the official answer is different. please explain

If the perimeter of square region S and the perimeter of the circular region C are equal, then the ratio of the area of S to area of C is closes to

A.3/2

B.4/3

C.3/4

D.2/3

E.1/2

If the perimeter of square region S and the perimeter of the circular region C are equal, then the ratio of the area of S to area of C is closes to

A.3/2

B.4/3

C.3/4

D.2/3

E.1/2

\(P_{square}=4x=2\pi{r}=P_{circle}\) -->\(x=\frac{\pi{r}}{2}\) .

\( \frac{A_{square}}{A_{sdquare}}=\frac{x^2}{\pi{r^2}}=\frac{\pi^2{r^2}}{4\pi{r^2}}=\frac{\pi}{4}\approx(\frac{3}{4} ) \)

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chintzzz wrote:

I got an answer of B but the official answer is different. please explain

If the perimeter of square region S and the perimeter of the circular region C are equal, then the ratio of the area of S to area of C is closes to

A.3/2

B.4/3

C.3/4

D.2/3

E.1/2

If the perimeter of square region S and the perimeter of the circular region C are equal, then the ratio of the area of S to area of C is closes to

A.3/2

B.4/3

C.3/4

D.2/3

E.1/2

\(P_{square}=4x=2\pi{r}=P_{circle}\) -->\(x=\frac{\pi{r}}{2}\) .

\( \frac{A_{square}}{A_{sdquare}}=\frac{x^2}{\pi{r^2}}=\frac{\pi^2{r^2}}{4\pi{r^2}}=\frac{\pi}{4}\approx(\frac{3}{4} ) \)

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For line to be tangent at circle , by putting equation of line in equation of circle we should get real roots, I mean the D must be >/ 0

x^2 + (Kx+b)^2 =1

x^2(k^2+1) + 2kbx +(b^2-1)=0

for real roots D must be >/ 0

hence

+- 4k^2b^2 -4(k^2+1)(b^2-1) >/ 0

from either statements we cant find whether above statement is true or not , hence E

Experts please let me know if my reasoning is correct

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For line to be tangent at circle , by putting equation of line in equation of circle we should get real roots, I mean the D must be >/ 0

x^2 + (Kx+b)^2 =1

x^2(k^2+1) + 2kbx +(b^2-1)=0

for real roots D must be >/ 0

hence

+- 4k^2b^2 -4(k^2+1)(b^2-1) >/ 0

from either statements we cant find whether above statement is true or not , hence E

Experts please let me know if my reasoning is correct]]>

Thanks for your post and all the info you've shared. While you are right in the sense that your profile may be less typical, and has some challenges (lack of quant exposure; some uncertainty and lack of focus early on in your career; lower overall GPA), on the plus side you've done a good job at self-assessing what you've been through, what you've learned from it, and where you want to go from here (and ultimately why you need and want the MBA)... that level of maturity and reflection will

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Thanks for your post and all the info you've shared. While you are right in the sense that your profile may be less typical, and has some challenges (lack of quant exposure; some uncertainty and lack of focus early on in your career; lower overall GPA), on the plus side you've done a good job at self-assessing what you've been through, what you've learned from it, and where you want to go from here (and ultimately why you need and want the MBA)... that level of maturity and reflection will

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This question got me thinking for quite some time... I couldn't find a reasoning for why C was the best answer before seeing others' explanation above.

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This question got me thinking for quite some time... I couldn't find a reasoning for why C was the best answer before seeing others' explanation above.]]>

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So it sounds like you've got a lot of technical skills, which I'm sure include analytical thinking and project management, and it's a plus that you've led teams so hopefully can draw from that management experience. Your academics/grades sound quite low though for many business schools.

There are a lot of unknowns here... namely, how your GMAT will come out... what your goals are/why the MBA... what country you'd like to study in!... what sorts of schools you may be considering.

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So it sounds like you've got a lot of technical skills, which I'm sure include analytical thinking and project management, and it's a plus that you've led teams so hopefully can draw from that management experience. Your academics/grades sound quite low though for many business schools.

There are a lot of unknowns here... namely, how your GMAT will come out... what your goals are/why the MBA... what country you'd like to study in!... what sorts of schools you may be considering.

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As Krishna also asked, I'm curious to know more about your previous practice exams:

1) Were they full-length, timed attempts (including breaks)?

2) Did you take the exam at home or did you simulate a test-day environment?

3) What materials have you used to prepare?

Knowing more about these points will help us suggest more specific tips based on your needs.

Best,

Rich

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As Krishna also asked, I'm curious to know more about your previous practice exams:

1) Were they full-length, timed attempts (including breaks)?

2) Did you take the exam at home or did you simulate a test-day environment?

3) What materials have you used to prepare?

Knowing more about these points will help us suggest more specific tips based on your needs.

Best,

Rich]]>

Thanks for your post. One of your challenges will likely be that there are many other applicants with similar backgrounds and profiles, and at top 5-10 or so ranked US schools, it will likely be a stretch for you. Outside the top 15 or so may be more reasonable, just keep that in mind. And there are many variables that can swing things... if you can really describe your leadership experiences successfully that can help (such as when you led the team on the floor). If you played more

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Thanks for your post. One of your challenges will likely be that there are many other applicants with similar backgrounds and profiles, and at top 5-10 or so ranked US schools, it will likely be a stretch for you. Outside the top 15 or so may be more reasonable, just keep that in mind. And there are many variables that can swing things... if you can really describe your leadership experiences successfully that can help (such as when you led the team on the floor). If you played more

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I'm curious to know more about Rich's previous question - how did you approach your previous CR, RC prompts? I think knowing more about how you went about tackling these passages will help us make more personalized suggestions based on your current strategies.

Best,

Rich

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I'm curious to know more about Rich's previous question - how did you approach your previous CR, RC prompts? I think knowing more about how you went about tackling these passages will help us make more personalized suggestions based on your current strategies.

Best,

Rich]]>

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Hi Guys,

I have been trying to prepare properly and give GMAT exam from the past 1year. I start the preparation with full interest and energy ,it goes for some days and atmost for some weeks. After that I will lose the focus which makes my previous preparation waste.

Please give some tips so that I race to crack GMAT never stops.

Thanks in Advance

Hey shra1raju

Studying for the GMAT is a lot easier when you have a plan to follow.

As you study, we recommend that you focus on one particular

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Hi Guys,

I have been trying to prepare properly and give GMAT exam from the past 1year. I start the preparation with full interest and energy ,it goes for some days and atmost for some weeks. After that I will lose the focus which makes my previous preparation waste.

Please give some tips so that I race to crack GMAT never stops.

Thanks in Advance

Hey shra1raju

Studying for the GMAT is a lot easier when you have a plan to follow.

As you study, we recommend that you focus on one particular

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B. 16 : 3same reasoning as above.

C. 4 : (3)^(1/2)Trick to see whether the final root was taken

D. 2 : (3)^(1/4)True statement

E. 4 : (3)^(1/4)Trick to test whether you're precise enough when selecting answer choices.

IMO D

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B. 16 : 3same reasoning as above.

C. 4 : (3)^(1/2)Trick to see whether the final root was taken

D. 2 : (3)^(1/4)True statement

E. 4 : (3)^(1/4)Trick to test whether you're precise enough when selecting answer choices.

IMO D

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2. mn-2p(m+n)Again, depending on the size of \(m\),\(n\), and \(p\), the number could be positive or negative

3. mn-p^2This is only the area in the top corner

4. (m-p)(n-p)Trick answer. Selected if one's coasting through the problem.

5.(m-2p)(n-2p)True, since \(p\) surrounds all four edges of the rug

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2. mn-2p(m+n)Again, depending on the size of \(m\),\(n\), and \(p\), the number could be positive or negative

3. mn-p^2This is only the area in the top corner

4. (m-p)(n-p)Trick answer. Selected if one's coasting through the problem.

5.(m-2p)(n-2p)True, since \(p\) surrounds all four edges of the rug

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First off, awesome GMAT score! Academically, you're all set. Good school, good GPA, awesome GMAT. Check, check, and check!

That said, a few thoughts:

1) You're young - 2 years isn't a lot of experience. That isn't going to necessarily sink your apps, but you're limited in terms of the stories you can tell

2) Your involvement is limited. The work you do currently is great and I like the football team you created but I'd like to see a bit more. For your applicant pool, there are others

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First off, awesome GMAT score! Academically, you're all set. Good school, good GPA, awesome GMAT. Check, check, and check!

That said, a few thoughts:

1) You're young - 2 years isn't a lot of experience. That isn't going to necessarily sink your apps, but you're limited in terms of the stories you can tell

2) Your involvement is limited. The work you do currently is great and I like the football team you created but I'd like to see a bit more. For your applicant pool, there are others

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Thanks for posting in our subthread! Before we get into the rest of your profile, quick question. Why this year? You have 2 years of experience to date and that would be too few if you were in a better, more accelerated career. So why the rush?

Bhavik

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Thanks for posting in our subthread! Before we get into the rest of your profile, quick question. Why this year? You have 2 years of experience to date and that would be too few if you were in a better, more accelerated career. So why the rush?

Bhavik]]>

You're very welcome! Forget about your goals for the time being - you can worry about them next year. For the moment, focus on the GMAT and getting involved. And keep doing well at work. But you need to plug those holes in your profile!

Bhavik

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You're very welcome! Forget about your goals for the time being - you can worry about them next year. For the moment, focus on the GMAT and getting involved. And keep doing well at work. But you need to plug those holes in your profile!

Bhavik]]>

Thanks for posting! First off, let's start with your goals. Drop the social work. Entirely. Not the right goals for you. You'll be thrown right into the ding pile for four reasons. One, you have no experience in that field - no proven record. Secondly, your long term goals are entirely too vague and ambiguous. You have no specifics here. Thirdly, you have no entrepreneurial experience so starting your own social enterprise doesn't instill a lot of confidence. Lastly, most not for profits

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Thanks for posting! First off, let's start with your goals. Drop the social work. Entirely. Not the right goals for you. You'll be thrown right into the ding pile for four reasons. One, you have no experience in that field - no proven record. Secondly, your long term goals are entirely too vague and ambiguous. You have no specifics here. Thirdly, you have no entrepreneurial experience so starting your own social enterprise doesn't instill a lot of confidence. Lastly, most not for profits

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Demographics Background

29 (at matriculation)

Plain Caucasian Domestic Male - Grew up in western Nebraska, family history of farmers

Work Experience

Actuarial / Insurance - 1.5 Years in Property and Casualty Insurance (Small Carrier)

Actuarial / Insurance - 1 Year in Health Insurance (BCBS of IL,TX)

Risk Analyst / Real Estate - 1 Year (Small Investment company purchasing

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Demographics Background

29 (at matriculation)

Plain Caucasian Domestic Male - Grew up in western Nebraska, family history of farmers

Work Experience

Actuarial / Insurance - 1.5 Years in Property and Casualty Insurance (Small Carrier)

Actuarial / Insurance - 1 Year in Health Insurance (BCBS of IL,TX)

Risk Analyst / Real Estate - 1 Year (Small Investment company purchasing

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Bhavik

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I say retake it. Good luck!

Bhavik

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I say retake it. Good luck!

Bhavik]]>

Rich, can I ask you, even if I spend on my studies 15 hours a day would I need at least another 3month?

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Rich, can I ask you, even if I spend on my studies 15 hours a day would I need at least another 3month?

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Eg. \(x^6 -3x^3 + 2 = 0\)

Here let \(y=x^3\)

\(y^2-3y+2=0\)

\((y-2)(y-1)=0\)

So the solution is y=1,2 or x^3=1,2 or x=1,cube_root(3)

Hi,

First of all, numerous thanks for all the work on this forum, it is so helpful.

I was going through the Math book and noticed a typo on the solution above. Shouldn't x = 1 & cube_root(2) ? Not a big deal, but always worth mentioning!

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Eg. \(x^6 -3x^3 + 2 = 0\)

Here let \(y=x^3\)

\(y^2-3y+2=0\)

\((y-2)(y-1)=0\)

So the solution is y=1,2 or x^3=1,2 or x=1,cube_root(3)

Hi,

First of all, numerous thanks for all the work on this forum, it is so helpful.

I was going through the Math book and noticed a typo on the solution above. Shouldn't x = 1 & cube_root(2) ? Not a big deal, but always worth mentioning!

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Your score goal is absolutely reasonable, but something must be 'off' with how you're approaching the study process (and Test Day itself). I'm sure that we can figure out what needs to be 'fixed', but I'd like to know a bit more information before I offer any suggestions.

1) What were your Overall Scores and Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores on each of your GMATs?

2) Did you have trouble finishing any of the sections on time? (and did you have to guess on a bunch of questions or did

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Your score goal is absolutely reasonable, but something must be 'off' with how you're approaching the study process (and Test Day itself). I'm sure that we can figure out what needs to be 'fixed', but I'd like to know a bit more information before I offer any suggestions.

1) What were your Overall Scores and Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores on each of your GMATs?

2) Did you have trouble finishing any of the sections on time? (and did you have to guess on a bunch of questions or did

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FROM Veritas Prep Blog: Why a Top 10 MBA Program Might Not Be Your Best Match

“I want to go to HBS…” I want to go to Stanford…” “I want to go to Wharton…” These are the cries of MBA candidates around the world when contemplating what business schools they want to attend. But these venerable institutions and others like them can’t possibly accept all interested students for a variety of reasons that include space, qualifications, and fit. Every year many students

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FROM Veritas Prep Blog: Why a Top 10 MBA Program Might Not Be Your Best Match

“I want to go to HBS…” I want to go to Stanford…” “I want to go to Wharton…” These are the cries of MBA candidates around the world when contemplating what business schools they want to attend. But these venerable institutions and others like them can’t possibly accept all interested students for a variety of reasons that include space, qualifications, and fit. Every year many students

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FROM Veritas Prep Admissions Blog: Why a Top 10 MBA Program Might Not Be Your Best Match

“I want to go to HBS…” I want to go to Stanford…” “I want to go to Wharton…” These are the cries of MBA candidates around the world when contemplating what business schools they want to attend. But these venerable institutions and others like them can’t possibly accept all interested students for a variety of reasons that include space, qualifications, and fit. Every year many students

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FROM Veritas Prep Admissions Blog: Why a Top 10 MBA Program Might Not Be Your Best Match

“I want to go to HBS…” I want to go to Stanford…” “I want to go to Wharton…” These are the cries of MBA candidates around the world when contemplating what business schools they want to attend. But these venerable institutions and others like them can’t possibly accept all interested students for a variety of reasons that include space, qualifications, and fit. Every year many students

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Hello! I'm wondering if someone could help me with the following question on Permutations:

Jill bought 6 glasses for her kitchen - white, red, black, grey, yellow, and blue - and would like to display 3 of them on the shelf next to each other. If she decides that a red and a blue glass cannot be displayed together at the same time, in how many different ways can Jill arrange the glasses?

The answer is 96

I can't figure out how to solve this problem without using: (Total Probability - Restriction)

This

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Hello! I'm wondering if someone could help me with the following question on Permutations:

Jill bought 6 glasses for her kitchen - white, red, black, grey, yellow, and blue - and would like to display 3 of them on the shelf next to each other. If she decides that a red and a blue glass cannot be displayed together at the same time, in how many different ways can Jill arrange the glasses?

The answer is 96

I can't figure out how to solve this problem without using: (Total Probability - Restriction)

This

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I used to take CAT tests on holidays, now I have bought the package for 3 months, can I delete all my previous tests and start a fresh. Please help.

Veena

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I used to take CAT tests on holidays, now I have bought the package for 3 months, can I delete all my previous tests and start a fresh. Please help.

Veena]]>

The policy regarding how long a Test Taker has to wait between Official GMATs is CHANGING - the key information (and likely the answers to your questions) can be found here:

new-gmat-features-launching-july-200527.html

GMAT assassins aren't born, they're made,

Rich

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The policy regarding how long a Test Taker has to wait between Official GMATs is CHANGING - the key information (and likely the answers to your questions) can be found here:

new-gmat-features-launching-july-200527.html

GMAT assassins aren't born, they're made,

Rich]]>

If X= odd , then expression will be (o+o)(o+o)(o-o) = there is one even, so entire expression will be Even

1.X can be 4, so prime factors of 4 will 2 +4=Even, then expression will be Odd. But when X=5 sum of prime factor will be 5+5=even, but expression will be Even. So insufficient

2.3X is even, that means X must be even. So expression will be Odd. Sufficient

Hence

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If X= odd , then expression will be (o+o)(o+o)(o-o) = there is one even, so entire expression will be Even

1.X can be 4, so prime factors of 4 will 2 +4=Even, then expression will be Odd. But when X=5 sum of prime factor will be 5+5=even, but expression will be Even. So insufficient

2.3X is even, that means X must be even. So expression will be Odd. Sufficient

Hence

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I had the most difficulty in the listening part because i didn't know there were two correct answers (i don't know i it still like this), so i lost time there.

I had the same difficulty and i had the lowest point in listening. reading part 3 was very challenging as well with all the vocabulary i hadn't seen before.

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I had the most difficulty in the listening part because i didn't know there were two correct answers (i don't know i it still like this), so i lost time there.

I had the same difficulty and i had the lowest point in listening. reading part 3 was very challenging as well with all the vocabulary i hadn't seen before.]]>

2.Range of Y is given, no information is mentioned about X, so insufficient

Combining 1 & 2, we get :

Y= 400k; X=1400K therefore x>3Y

Y=1.4m; X= 2.4m therefore x<3Y

Hence not sufficient still

Hence answer is E

Thanks,

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2.Range of Y is given, no information is mentioned about X, so insufficient

Combining 1 & 2, we get :

Y= 400k; X=1400K therefore x>3Y

Y=1.4m; X= 2.4m therefore x<3Y

Hence not sufficient still

Hence answer is E

Thanks,]]>

Do you have the ability to change your 'palm print' and remove the 3 photos the Centers have taken of you (when you took the GMAT those 3 times)? Because if you do not have those abilities, then attempt to set up a second account and get caught, it might appear (to those who care about these things) that you're attempting to 'cheat' the system somehow. I don't think that you would want any of that 'negativity' attached to your score reports, so I would advise against any of these ideas.

GMAT

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Do you have the ability to change your 'palm print' and remove the 3 photos the Centers have taken of you (when you took the GMAT those 3 times)? Because if you do not have those abilities, then attempt to set up a second account and get caught, it might appear (to those who care about these things) that you're attempting to 'cheat' the system somehow. I don't think that you would want any of that 'negativity' attached to your score reports, so I would advise against any of these ideas.

GMAT

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Since you've used many of the other CAT options, the block of CATs available from Veritas would make sense. It might be tempting to 'rush' through these CATs, but that is NOT how you're going to improve your scores. CATs are just 'measuring devices' - if used correctly, they will give you a reasonable estimate of what you might score on the Official GMAT. Improvements are made by learning/practicing tactics, doing practice problems, reviewing past mistakes (and fixing them), etc.

When

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Since you've used many of the other CAT options, the block of CATs available from Veritas would make sense. It might be tempting to 'rush' through these CATs, but that is NOT how you're going to improve your scores. CATs are just 'measuring devices' - if used correctly, they will give you a reasonable estimate of what you might score on the Official GMAT. Improvements are made by learning/practicing tactics, doing practice problems, reviewing past mistakes (and fixing them), etc.

When

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What are the major schools which offer spring admissions? I am looking for Spring 2016 admission, please let me know if you guys have any info or point me to a thread which has this info.

Thanks in advance.

-Sharad

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What are the major schools which offer spring admissions? I am looking for Spring 2016 admission, please let me know if you guys have any info or point me to a thread which has this info.

Thanks in advance.

-Sharad]]>

A - excepting for

B - except in

C - but except in

D - but excepting for

E - with the exception of

stuck between b & c

MGMAT Sc says , except for is a correct idiom.

so why not D? Can anyone help?

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A - excepting for

B - except in

C - but except in

D - but excepting for

E - with the exception of

stuck between b & c

MGMAT Sc says , except for is a correct idiom.

so why not D? Can anyone help?]]>