Of the students who eat in a certain cafeteria, each student either likes or dislikes lima beans and each student either likes or dislikes Brussels sprouts. Of these students, [2][/3] dislike lima beans; and of those who dislike lima beans, [3][/5] also dislike Brussels sprouts. How many of the students like Brussels sprouts but dislike lima beans?

(1) 120 students eat in the cafeteria

(2) 40 of the students like lima beans

We can use the Double Matrix Method to solve this question. This technique can be used

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Of the students who eat in a certain cafeteria, each student either likes or dislikes lima beans and each student either likes or dislikes Brussels sprouts. Of these students, [2][/3] dislike lima beans; and of those who dislike lima beans, [3][/5] also dislike Brussels sprouts. How many of the students like Brussels sprouts but dislike lima beans?

(1) 120 students eat in the cafeteria

(2) 40 of the students like lima beans

We can use the Double Matrix Method to solve this question. This technique can be used

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If ex-criminals "generally" commit crime using guns, then it is also implied that they already possess guns and do not require approval to buy new guns (they are ex-criminals, implying they have already committed crimes using guns). Hence the new rules will not have any effect as far as ex-criminals are concerned. Hence B is not

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I received notice for interview last week (after exactly 4 week wait), but have only gotten one response back from my alum telling me of her availability. (all of which have already passed by now). I've sent several emails trying to confirm, but no luck. I don't want to be too pushy.

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shailendrasharma wrote:

There is a difference in theway the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" is used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas in Europe "turnover" refers to a company's income, known in the States asrevenue.

- (A) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" is used in business across the Atlantic; in the States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas

(B) use of the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas

(C) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" are used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occur since

(D) usage of the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" in business across the Atlantic; the rapidness of inventory acquisition and transaction is called "turnover" in the United States whereas

(E) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" are used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, the rate at which the inventory acquisition and transaction occur are called "turnover" whereas

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There is a difference in theway the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" is used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas in Europe "turnover" refers to a company's income, known in the States asrevenue.

- (A) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" is used in business across the Atlantic; in the States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas

(B) use of the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occurs whereas

(C) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" are used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, "turnover" refers to how rapidly the inventory acquisition and transaction occur since

(D) usage of the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" in business across the Atlantic; the rapidness of inventory acquisition and transaction is called "turnover" in the United States whereas

(E) way the term "turnover" and the term "revenue" are used in business across the Atlantic; in the United States, the rate at which the inventory acquisition and transaction occur are called "turnover" whereas

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Profile: 26-27 upon Matriculation/Male/Caucasian

School: Non-target state school

Academics: BA Economics 2.7 CGPA, better part of three years during undergrad back and forth between home and school to help care for sick family member

Gmat: 740, may retake and go for a higher score

School activities: Member of on-campus investment club, founded a fraternity and held

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School: Non-target state school

Academics: BA Economics 2.7 CGPA, better part of three years during undergrad back and forth between home and school to help care for sick family member

Gmat: 740, may retake and go for a higher score

School activities: Member of on-campus investment club, founded a fraternity and held

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In a certain population, the two most heavily diagnosed diseases are schistosomiasis and malaria. Over the past five years, malaria has accounted for more than half of all disease cases, and schistosomiasis, which accounted for 40% of all disease cases in the community five years ago, accounted for 30% in the past year.

Over the past five years

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five years ago

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past year

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In a certain population, the two most heavily diagnosed diseases are schistosomiasis and malaria. Over the past five years, malaria has accounted for more than half of all disease cases, and schistosomiasis, which accounted for 40% of all disease cases in the community five years ago, accounted for 30% in the past year.

Over the past five years

S m others

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five years ago

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past year

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sayantanc2k wrote:

Shrivathsan wrote:

Can someone please explain this ?

I still dont get why A is the Answer.

I still dont get why A is the Answer.

This is a frequently used GMAT logic structure.

X and Y happen together.

It cannot be concluded that X causes Y, because Z could have caused Y.

Here, strict environmental regulations (X) and high economic growth (Y) happen together. However we cannot conclude X causes Y because something else, investment in education and job training (Z), may have caused Y.

Thank you so muchsayantanc2k !!

But can you also explain why E

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sayantanc2k wrote:

Shrivathsan wrote:

Can someone please explain this ?

I still dont get why A is the Answer.

I still dont get why A is the Answer.

This is a frequently used GMAT logic structure.

X and Y happen together.

It cannot be concluded that X causes Y, because Z could have caused Y.

Here, strict environmental regulations (X) and high economic growth (Y) happen together. However we cannot conclude X causes Y because something else, investment in education and job training (Z), may have caused Y.

Thank you so muchsayantanc2k !!

But can you also explain why E

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A. 100% decrease

B. 50% decrease

C. 40% decrease

D. 40% increase

E. 50% increase

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A. 100% decrease

B. 50% decrease

C. 40% decrease

D. 40% increase

E. 50% increase]]>

Bunuel wrote:

jjewkes wrote:

Please help!

A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

-2.5

-2.4

-2.3

-2.2

-2.1

A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

-2.5

-2.4

-2.3

-2.2

-2.1

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Bunuel wrote:

jjewkes wrote:

Please help!

A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

-2.5

-2.4

-2.3

-2.2

-2.1

A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

-2.5

-2.4

-2.3

-2.2

-2.1

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sayantanc2k wrote:

korhiyatryinghard wrote:

Hi Souvik,

I wanted to check on the following. In option C the way who is used is slightly confusing.

Does not the option mean that the graduate student was selectively paying careful attention to ONLY those people in the audience who had a mixed reaction and not to everyone.

1) Is my understanding correct?

2) If Yes. Isnt this a change in meaning ?

3) If no. Can you please guide me how i can avoid this mistake in future. What concept am I missing ?

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korhiyatryinghard wrote:

Hi Souvik,

I wanted to check on the following. In option C the way who is used is slightly confusing.

Does not the option mean that the graduate student was selectively paying careful attention to ONLY those people in the audience who had a mixed reaction and not to everyone.

1) Is my understanding correct?

2) If Yes. Isnt this a change in meaning ?

3) If no. Can you please guide me how i can avoid this mistake in future. What concept am I missing ?

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For any numbers w and z, \(w#z = w^3z(8 − w^2)\). If both z and w#z are positive numbers, which of the following could be a value of w?

A. 9

B. 3

C. 0

D. −2

E. −9

Bunuel, the question is appearing in wrong format, but when I about to report this to you... I saw the partial clear question.

w#z = w^3z(8 − w^2) ( is it 3z or z )

Can you post the question again.

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For any numbers w and z, \(w#z = w^3z(8 − w^2)\). If both z and w#z are positive numbers, which of the following could be a value of w?

A. 9

B. 3

C. 0

D. −2

E. −9

Bunuel, the question is appearing in wrong format, but when I about to report this to you... I saw the partial clear question.

w#z = w^3z(8 − w^2) ( is it 3z or z )

Can you post the question again.]]>

My first post here and I am yet to give my GMAT!

However, just curious to know the following -

1. I am currently a resident in Ireland but have Indian passport, I learned from different sources that b-schools do compare people relative to the region they belong and rank people accordingly. Assuming this is true, will I be compared against Indian pool or European pool? As I am sure a lot of Indians score high on GMAT! Basically

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My first post here and I am yet to give my GMAT!

However, just curious to know the following -

1. I am currently a resident in Ireland but have Indian passport, I learned from different sources that b-schools do compare people relative to the region they belong and rank people accordingly. Assuming this is true, will I be compared against Indian pool or European pool? As I am sure a lot of Indians score high on GMAT! Basically

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The equation relates the values (R - 3)/28 = (S + 8)/35 of two linked currencies, where R is the value in dollars of one currency and S is the value in dollars of the other currency. Which of the following equations can be used to convert dollar values from the R currency to the S currency?

A. S = (5R - 47)/4

B. S = (4R + 47)/5

C. S = (5R + 17)/4

D. S = (4R - 17)/5

E. S = 5R/4 - 12

(R - 3)/28 = (S + 8)/35

(R - 3)/4 = (S + 8)/5

5(R - 3)/4 = s+8.

5R-47/4 = S

Option A.

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The equation relates the values (R - 3)/28 = (S + 8)/35 of two linked currencies, where R is the value in dollars of one currency and S is the value in dollars of the other currency. Which of the following equations can be used to convert dollar values from the R currency to the S currency?

A. S = (5R - 47)/4

B. S = (4R + 47)/5

C. S = (5R + 17)/4

D. S = (4R - 17)/5

E. S = 5R/4 - 12

(R - 3)/28 = (S + 8)/35

(R - 3)/4 = (S + 8)/5

5(R - 3)/4 = s+8.

5R-47/4 = S

Option A.

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Raffle tickets ered consecutively from 201 through 450 are placed in a certain box. What is the probability of a ticket picked from the box at random having a number with at least one of its digits as 3?

If possible, please provide a solution using the "Complement" Method.

Ans: 133/250

Total number of outcomes = 250 (450 - 201 +1)

Favourable outcome is to pick at least one 3 :

between 201 - 299, there are 19 numbers with 3

between 300 - 399, there are 100 with

If possible, please provide a solution using the "Complement" Method.

Ans: 133/250

Total number of outcomes = 250 (450 - 201 +1)

Favourable outcome is to pick at least one 3 :

between 201 - 299, there are 19 numbers with 3

between 300 - 399, there are 100 with

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Raffle tickets ered consecutively from 201 through 450 are placed in a certain box. What is the probability of a ticket picked from the box at random having a number with at least one of its digits as 3?

If possible, please provide a solution using the "Complement" Method.

Ans: 133/250

Total number of outcomes = 250 (450 - 201 +1)

Favourable outcome is to pick at least one 3 :

between 201 - 299, there are 19 numbers with 3

between 300 - 399, there are 100 with

If possible, please provide a solution using the "Complement" Method.

Ans: 133/250

Total number of outcomes = 250 (450 - 201 +1)

Favourable outcome is to pick at least one 3 :

between 201 - 299, there are 19 numbers with 3

between 300 - 399, there are 100 with

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Last year’s receipts from the sale of greeting cards during the week before Mother’s Day totaled $189 million, which represented 9 percent of total greeting card sales for the year. Total greeting card sales for the year totaled how many million dollars?

A. 17,010

B. 2,100

C. 1,890

D. 1,701

E. 210

9% ---- 189 millions

for 100% => ( 189 * 100% )/9% = 2100.

Option B.

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Last year’s receipts from the sale of greeting cards during the week before Mother’s Day totaled $189 million, which represented 9 percent of total greeting card sales for the year. Total greeting card sales for the year totaled how many million dollars?

A. 17,010

B. 2,100

C. 1,890

D. 1,701

E. 210

9% ---- 189 millions

for 100% => ( 189 * 100% )/9% = 2100.

Option B.]]>

If x is a positive number and 1/2 the square root of x is the cube root of x, then x =

A. 64

B. 32

C. 16

D. 4

E. 1

1/2 the square root of x is cube root of x.

if x = 64..

then 1/2 the square root of x = 4 and cube of x is 64.

Option A.

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If x is a positive number and 1/2 the square root of x is the cube root of x, then x =

A. 64

B. 32

C. 16

D. 4

E. 1

1/2 the square root of x is cube root of x.

if x = 64..

then 1/2 the square root of x = 4 and cube of x is 64.

Option A.]]>

The flat triangular lot depicted above is available for development. If x + x/2 = 150 meters, what is the area of the lot in square meters?

A. 125

B.\(150\sqrt{3}\)

C. 1,500

D.\(1,250\sqrt{3}\)

E.\(2,500\sqrt{3}\)

[Reveal] Spoiler:

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The flat triangular lot depicted above is available for development. If x + x/2 = 150 meters, what is the area of the lot in square meters?

A. 125

B.\(150\sqrt{3}\)

C. 1,500

D.\(1,250\sqrt{3}\)

E.\(2,500\sqrt{3}\)

[Reveal] Spoiler:

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Stock levels for domestic crude oil are far lower than in past years,leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supplies being disrupted in the Middle East or to any unexpected consumer demand growth possibly prompted by colder-than-normal temperatures.

A. leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supplies being disrupted in the Middle East or to any unexpected consumer demand growth possibly

B. leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supply

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Stock levels for domestic crude oil are far lower than in past years,leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supplies being disrupted in the Middle East or to any unexpected consumer demand growth possibly prompted by colder-than-normal temperatures.

A. leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supplies being disrupted in the Middle East or to any unexpected consumer demand growth possibly

B. leaving domestic oil prices vulnerable to any hints of oil supply

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But if there is some other reason that could lead to the conclusion then it will weaken

C does exactly that

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The proposed standards will decrease the incidence of asthma and other respiratory ailments.

Tougher standards than those that are currently in place, however, will require expensive modifications to automobiles now on the road and will add to the cost of new automobiles.

The costs of further reducing emissions will outweigh the medical costs saved as

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The proposed standards will decrease the incidence of asthma and other respiratory ailments.

Tougher standards than those that are currently in place, however, will require expensive modifications to automobiles now on the road and will add to the cost of new automobiles.

The costs of further reducing emissions will outweigh the medical costs saved as

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Hello Experts,

I appeared for my first GMAT and got 680(Q49, V34, IR7) after 1 month preparation.

Here is my profile:

Indian, Male, 29yrs, Senior Design Engineer in one of the top semiconductor companies, Experience 6.5yrs. I have never possessed leadership roles officially, but there have been many instances of "unofficial leadership" in my profile, such as working on cross geographical projects, handling big production orders, driving certification applications for embedded systems,

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Hello Experts,

I appeared for my first GMAT and got 680(Q49, V34, IR7) after 1 month preparation.

Here is my profile:

Indian, Male, 29yrs, Senior Design Engineer in one of the top semiconductor companies, Experience 6.5yrs. I have never possessed leadership roles officially, but there have been many instances of "unofficial leadership" in my profile, such as working on cross geographical projects, handling big production orders, driving certification applications for embedded systems,

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(2) Mary bought 8 bananas.

I have a question on statement 2:

The ratio given to us is 1:4:7. This ratio is also equal to 2:8:14. So, if Mary bought 8 bananas the propostionality constant can be either 1 or 2. (4*1=4 and 4*2=8) How can we be certain of the propotionality constant?

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(2) Mary bought 8 bananas.

I have a question on statement 2:

The ratio given to us is 1:4:7. This ratio is also equal to 2:8:14. So, if Mary bought 8 bananas the propostionality constant can be either 1 or 2. (4*1=4 and 4*2=8) How can we be certain of the propotionality constant?]]>

Hello

Thanks a ton for your reply

I am 29 now.

Leadership: I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

School name: NMIET, BBSR

Employer name: ALSTOM GE Transport , GE Transport, BOMBARDIER Transport

titles: Mechanical Design Engineer, Senior Design Engineer, metier

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Hello

Thanks a ton for your reply

I am 29 now.

Leadership: I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

School name: NMIET, BBSR

Employer name: ALSTOM GE Transport , GE Transport, BOMBARDIER Transport

titles: Mechanical Design Engineer, Senior Design Engineer, metier

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In 1923,the Supreme Court declared a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia as unconstitutional, and ruling that it was a form of price-fixing and, as such, an abridgment of the right of contract.

(A) the Supreme Court declared a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia as unconstitutional, and

(B) the Supreme Court declared as unconstitutional a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia, and

(C) the Supreme Court declared

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In 1923,the Supreme Court declared a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia as unconstitutional, and ruling that it was a form of price-fixing and, as such, an abridgment of the right of contract.

(A) the Supreme Court declared a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia as unconstitutional, and

(B) the Supreme Court declared as unconstitutional a minimum wage for women and children in the District of Columbia, and

(C) the Supreme Court declared

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Can someone elaborate on the correctness of using 'having been' in option A?

sudhirgupta93 Passive voice is required here because obviously the patient is at the receiving end; he/she is being prescribed the medicine by someone else.

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Can someone elaborate on the correctness of using 'having been' in option A?

sudhirgupta93 Passive voice is required here because obviously the patient is at the receiving end; he/she is being prescribed the medicine by someone else.]]>

1) You are looking for the first area in which the use of the word "you" exceeds 50% (as that would mean you > ye)

2) X coordinate of the North Graph given by "1520 to 1559", corresponding y coordinate is 20%

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1) You are looking for the first area in which the use of the word "you" exceeds 50% (as that would mean you > ye)

2) X coordinate of the North Graph given by "1520 to 1559", corresponding y coordinate is 20%]]>

Thanks a ton for your reply

I am 29 now.

Leadership: I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

School name: NMIET, BBSR

Employer name: ALSTOM GE Transport , GE Transport,

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Thanks a ton for your reply

I am 29 now.

Leadership: I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

School name: NMIET, BBSR

Employer name: ALSTOM GE Transport , GE Transport,

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I am sorry to see that you could not score high on the GMAT. With proper planning and diligent execution, you can ace the GMAT and overcome every step in the journey towards your dream B-School.

GMAT exam is a test of ability and with mere practice and taking mocks you cannot improve your ability. You need to identify your weak areas and build the core skills. Unless you build your core skills you cannot improve your GMAT score. A student should also know how to apply

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I am sorry to see that you could not score high on the GMAT. With proper planning and diligent execution, you can ace the GMAT and overcome every step in the journey towards your dream B-School.

GMAT exam is a test of ability and with mere practice and taking mocks you cannot improve your ability. You need to identify your weak areas and build the core skills. Unless you build your core skills you cannot improve your GMAT score. A student should also know how to apply

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Although the artificial fat, which can be used in place of fat in food preparation, has none of the negative health effects of fat, it does have a serious drawback:

it absorbs certain essential vitamins, thereby preventing them from being used by the body.

In evaluating the columnist's position, it would be most useful

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Although the artificial fat, which can be used in place of fat in food preparation, has none of the negative health effects of fat, it does have a serious drawback:

it absorbs certain essential vitamins, thereby preventing them from being used by the body.

In evaluating the columnist's position, it would be most useful

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Just got the interview invite..on the very last day. Phew!!

Awesome. Keep us posted. and all the best.

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Just got the interview invite..on the very last day. Phew!!

Awesome. Keep us posted. and all the best.]]>

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I am 29 now.

I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

I am going to be complete honest with you. I think that's the only way I can get clarity.

I have no clue what I am going to do MBA or EMBA. But I know GMAT is mandatory

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I am 29 now.

I have nearly 2 years of team leading experience (team of 10-15). I also have 2 years entrepreneurship exp. I have set up a unofficial NGO (During my engineering) which helps flood victims in Odisha(India).

I am going to be complete honest with you. I think that's the only way I can get clarity.

I have no clue what I am going to do MBA or EMBA. But I know GMAT is mandatory

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In a process that has becomede rigueur following the end of every presidency, presidential libraries are sprouting up like carbuncles all over the land,testifying not so much to a sense of history among our politicians than it reflects their unbridled vainglory.

A. testifying not so much to a sense of history among our politicians than it reflects their

B. testifying less to a sense of history among our ploiticians than it reflects their

C. not so much testifying to a sense of history among

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In a process that has becomede rigueur following the end of every presidency, presidential libraries are sprouting up like carbuncles all over the land,testifying not so much to a sense of history among our politicians than it reflects their unbridled vainglory.

A. testifying not so much to a sense of history among our politicians than it reflects their

B. testifying less to a sense of history among our ploiticians than it reflects their

C. not so much testifying to a sense of history among

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