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10% of GMAT test takers take the exam more than once

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10% of GMAT test takers take the exam more than once and have a high score of 650 or greater, and 20% of GMAT test takers who take the test only once have a score of 650 or greater. if 40% of GMAT test takers take the exam more than once, What percent of GMAT test takers have a high score of less than 650?

A. 10.5%

B. 22%

C. 30%

D. 70%

E. 78%
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New post 20 Nov 2019, 23:52
The method i have followed is,
from the question we can arrive at the Double matrix as shown in the figure attached

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here we can deduce x as 60%

so people who took once and score 650+ is 20% of x = 12%

so total 650+ = 12% + 10% = 22%

hence < 650 = 100% - 22% = 78% .

Thus ans E
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New post 21 Nov 2019, 21:42
ccheryn wrote:
The method i have followed is,
from the question we can arrive at the Double matrix as shown in the figure attached

Attachment:
method 2.png


here we can deduce x as 60%

so people who took once and score 650+ is 20% of x = 12%

so total 650+ = 12% + 10% = 22%

hence < 650 = 100% - 22% = 78% .

Thus ans E


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