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I believe QOTD now has the 232th question. How can I access to the latest update of the QOTD?
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I believe QOTD now has the 232th question. How can I access to the latest update of the QOTD?
Some questions should have clear sources, but they don't.

You can always access the RSS if this thread isn't completely updated, or you can subscribe via email.

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New post 11 Jul 2018, 06:41
souvik101990 GMATNinja This is a really good post. Please let me know where can i find a similar post for RC. This will help me for my attempt on this Monday. Thanks in advance
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souvik101990 GMATNinja This is a really good post. Please let me know where can i find a similar post for RC. This will help me for my attempt on this Monday. Thanks in advance

Sadly, there's no question of the day equivalent for reading comprehension, mostly because a "question of the day" would have to be a "passage of the day", and then it becomes an unwieldy mess.

The closest thing I'm aware of: if you click on my profile -- or the profile of any GMAT Club member that you're interested in following -- you'll be able to search for all of our reading comprehension posts. All of my RC posts are on official questions.

You might also may or may not enjoy the beginner's guide to RC that's in my signature below.

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GMATNinja thank you for the kind reply.
Question (maybe silly): do you have a single link which contains all your RC posts. :)
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HI GMATNinja , souvik101990

Can you please add below questions in QOTD

1)The cause of the wreck of the ship Edmund Fitzgerald in a severe storm on Lake Superior is still unknown. When the sunken wreckage of the vessel was found, searchers discovered the hull in two pieces lying close together. The storm’s violent waves would have caused separate pieces floating even briefly on the surface to drift apart. Therefore the breakup of the hull can be ruled out as the cause of the sinking.

Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?

A)Ships as large as the Edmund rarely sink except in the most violent weather.
B)Underwater currents at the time of the storm did not move the separated pieces of the hull together again.
C)Pieces of the hull would have sunk more quickly than the intact hull would have.
D)The waves of the storm were not violent enough to have caused the ship to break up the surface.
E) If the ship broke up before sinking, the pieces of the hull would not have remained on the surface for very long.

2)Pretzel vendor: The new license fee for operating a pretzel stand outside the art museum is prohibitively expensive. Charging typical prices, a vendor would need to sell an average of 25 pretzels per hour to break even. At my stand outside city hall, I average only 15 per hour. Therefore, I could not break even running a pretzel stand outside the art museum, much less turn a profit.

Which of the following, if true, most strongly supports the pretzel vendor’s argument?

(A)There is currently no license fee for operating a pretzel stand outside city hall.

(B)Pretzel vendors who operate stands outside the art museum were making a profit before the imposition of the new license fee.

(C)The number of pretzel stands outside the art museum is no greater than the number of pretzel stands now outside city hall.

(D)People who buy pretzels at pretzel stands are most likely to do so during the hours at which the art museum is open to the public.

(E)Fewer people passing the art museum than passing city hall are likely to buy pretzels.
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New post 19 Aug 2018, 04:47
Hi souvik101990, GMATNinja,

Could you please update the list with QOTD from 16th March 2018 till today.

Thanks in advance
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We also have a Question of the Day tag for the verbal questions, so you'll be able to find all of the CR & SC QOTDs by clicking on the tag itself, or by using this link: https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?s ... ag_id=1196


Is there a similar link for all QUANT questions under this tag?
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