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# Lets destroy OG , Started with OG 10

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18. Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson. Pauline Pfeiffer. Martha Gelhom. and Mary Welsh --were
strong and interesting women
, very different from the often pallid women who populate his novels.

Each as a subject will need a singular verb so each --were/women--all S-V mismatches

(A) Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--were strong and interesting women,S-V ERROR
(B) Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhorn, and Mary Welsh--each of them Hemingway's
wives--were strong and, interesting women,S-V Agreement error
(C) Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary Welsh--were all
strong and interesting women,--correct sent structure and S-V match
(D) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--each a wife of Hemingway, was women--was S-V error
(E) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--every one of Hemingway's wives were.noun --pronoun mismatch ie pronoun everyone (singular) is used for women (plural). and everyone of Hemingway's wives were--is non-nonsensical

19. In addition to having more protein -than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat,
with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

In addition to having more protein -than wheat does..who has that excess protein? you need the item being compared to wheat (ie rice) at the beginning of the sentence

(A) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(B) rice has protein of higher quality than that in--right comparsion b/w protein found in wheat and thar in rice
(C) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(D) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(E) rice has a protein higher in quality than wheat--illogical comparison (protein compared to wheat)
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26 Dec 2012, 14:09
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keep up the good work Archit, nice practice set

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Good work!!! Kudos needed
Next 10 will follow in the morning around 06:00 IST

unfortunately my performance in this set was pathetic,,,,:((((
11A
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26 Dec 2012, 14:15
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keep up the good work Archit, nice practice set

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Good work!!! Kudos needed
Next 10 will follow in the morning around 06:00 IST

unfortunately my performance in this set was pathetic,,,,:((((
11A
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14D
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16E
17A
18C
19E
20B
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well, the explanations for Q 14 17, 18 , 19 are given above few posts you may refer to those.IMO For the rest you may search these questions on the forum or Google , almost all have been solved/discussed before and if you still have doubts pls do post them here.

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26 Dec 2012, 15:56
dentobizz wrote:
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11-e
12-d
13-c
14-a
15-c
16-e
17-a
18-c
19-b
20-a

All answers except Q14 are correct good job
Its time to explain a few good ones...You can explain 17,18, and 19

Thanks for a quick reply. IS 14 Q--D (estimated to be). I was confused between estimated to be vs estimated as (in spite of doing this question before ..somewhere.. will explain these

I could guess ur mistake
Take Away

Estimated to be is correct idiom.. IMO Estimated as unidiomatic ..Estimated at is correct only if the author talks about the place where the estimation was done....

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26 Dec 2012, 15:58
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keep up the good work Archit, nice practice set

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Good work!!! Kudos needed
Next 10 will follow in the morning around 06:00 IST

unfortunately my performance in this set was pathetic,,,,:((((
11A
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Its kk never mind point ur mistake and present ...we will try to help.....
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26 Dec 2012, 16:05
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18. Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson. Pauline Pfeiffer. Martha Gelhom. and Mary Welsh --were
strong and interesting women
, very different from the often pallid women who populate his novels.

Each as a subject will need a singular verb so each --were/women--all S-V mismatches

(A) Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--were strong and interesting women,S-V ERROR
(B) Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhorn, and Mary Welsh--each of them Hemingway's
wives--were strong and, interesting women,S-V Agreement error
(C) Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary Welsh--were all
strong and interesting women,--correct sent structure and S-V match
(D) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--each a wife of Hemingway, was women--was S-V error
(E) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--every one of Hemingway's wives were.noun --pronoun mismatch ie pronoun everyone (singular) is used for women (plural). and everyone of Hemingway's wives were--is non-nonsensical

hey
you are wrong in your exlanation of Q 18 option B
There is no S- V ambiguity its absolutely fine to mention A,B and C each were....
but its wrong to mention Each A,B and C were....It should be singular...Thats a take away from here..Moreover Here the mistake is with placement of Modifier "Strong and intersted should modify the character as it is modifying the noun present here hence it must be placed close to the noun" In GMAt placement of modifier for noun is very important......it should be close to the noun.....But same is not the case with Verb..You may refer the OA if possible or i will post ..Nowhere it is mentioned about S-V error in Option B....
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26 Dec 2012, 16:10
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Native American burial sites dating back 5,000 years indicate that the residents of Maine at that time were
part of a widespread culture of Algonquian-speaking people.

(A) were part of a widespread culture of Algonquian-speaking people
(B) had been part of a widespread culture of people who were Algonquian-speaking=TENSE Error- We need past perfect tense only to show the time gap between two past events (if once occurs before the other) , this sentence does not need that since 2 events are not being described or compared
(C) were people who were part of a widespread culture that was Algonquian-speaking--you don't need both the words residents and people as both signify the same group/persons and culture cannot be Algonquian speaking but the people are
(D) had been people who were part of a widespread culture that was Algonquian-speaking. same TENSE Error as B and culture cannot be Algonquian speaking but the people are
(E) were a people which had been part of a widespread, Algonquian-speaking culture--this will read as -- 'residents of Maine at that time were a people'-- , you don't need both the words residents and people. moreover TENSE error 'had been part of' indicates that the people/residents had belonged to the Algonquian-speaking culture sometime in the past

So A

Mark the work "Indicate" that means someone is talking about a past even in the present time, hence if the later coming up event (yet to be discussed ) in the argument is in past it must be Simple past.

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Updated on: 26 Dec 2012, 17:39
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18. Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson. Pauline Pfeiffer. Martha Gelhom. and Mary Welsh --were
strong and interesting women
, very different from the often pallid women who populate his novels.

Each as a subject will need a singular verb so each --were/women--all S-V mismatches

(A) Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--were strong and interesting women,S-V ERROR
(B) Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhorn, and Mary Welsh--each of them Hemingway's
wives--were strong and, interesting women,S-V Agreement error

(C) Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary Welsh--were all
strong and interesting women,--correct sent structure and S-V match
(D) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--each a wife of Hemingway, was women--was S-V error
(E) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--every one of Hemingway's wives were.noun --pronoun mismatch ie pronoun everyone (singular) is used for women (plural). and everyone of Hemingway's wives were--is non-nonsensical

hey
you are wrong in your exlanation of Q 18 option B
There is no S- V ambiguity its absolutely fine to mention A,B and C each were....
but its wrong to mention Each A,B and C were....It should be singular...Thats a take away from here..Moreover Here the mistake is with placement of Modifier "Strong and intersted should modify the character as it is modifying the noun present here hence it must be placed close to the noun" In GMAt placement of modifier for noun is very important......it should be close to the noun.....But same is not the case with Verb..You may refer the OA if possible or i will post ..Nowhere it is mentioned about S-V error in Option B....
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26 Dec 2012, 17:36
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All answers except Q14 are correct good job
Its time to explain a few good ones...You can explain 17,18, and 19

Thanks for a quick reply. IS 14 Q--D (estimated to be). I was confused between estimated to be vs estimated as (in spite of doing this question before ..somewhere.. will explain these

I could guess ur mistake
Take Away

Estimated to be is correct idiom.. IMO Estimated as unidiomatic ..Estimated at is correct only if the author talks about the place where the estimation was done....

Hope that helps!!

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difference b/w estimated at and estimated to be

Estimated at is used when we want to modify Nouns , bcoz 'at' is a preposition and should be followed by a noun
eg- The age of the sculpture is estimated at 300 years (noun)

Estimated to be can be used for other constructions
eg--the sculpture is estimated to be 300 yrs old
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Posting OA's 1- 10

1-D
2-C
3-B
4-E
5-B
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26 Dec 2012, 17:37
OA's 11 -20

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Here goes Another Set Date 27 Dec 12 06:00 IST

21. Defense attorneys have occasionally argued that their clients' misconduct stemmed from a reaction to
something ingested, but in attributing criminal or delinquent behavior to some food allergy, the perpetrators
are in effect told that they are not responsible for their actions.
(A) in attributing criminal or delinquent behavior to some food allergy
(B) if criminal or delinquent behavior is attributed to an allergy to some food
(C) in attributing behavior that is criminal or delinquent to an allergy to some food
(D) if some food allergy is attributed as the cause of criminal or delinquent behavior
(E) in attributing a food allergy as the cause of criminal or delinquent behavior
22. The voluminous personal papers of Thomas Alva Edison reveal that his inventions typically sprang to life
not in a flash of inspiration but evolved slowly
from previous works.
(A) (A) sprang to life not in a flash of inspiration but evolved slowly
(B) sprang to life not in a flash of inspiration but were slowly evolved
(C) did not spring to life in a flash of inspiration but evolved slowly
(D) did not spring to life in a flash of inspiration but had slowly evolved
(E) did not spring to life in a flash of inspiration but they were slowly evolved
23. A Labor Department study states that the numbers of women employed outside the home grew by more
than a thirty-five percent increase
in the past decade and accounted for more than sixty-two percent of the
total growth in the civilian work force.
(A) numbers of women employed outside the home grew by more than a thirty-five percent increase
(B) numbers of women employed outside the home grew more than thirty-five percent
(C) numbers of women employed outside the home were raised by more than thirty-five percent
(D) number of women employed outside the home increased by more than thirty-five percent
(E) number of women employed outside the home was raised by more than a thirty-five percent increase
24. The first decision for most tenants living in a building undergoing being converted to cooperative ownership
is if to sign
a no-buy pledge with the other tenants.
(A) being converted to cooperative ownership is if to sign
(B) being converted to cooperative ownership is whether they should be signing
(C) being converted to cooperative ownership is whether or not they sign
(D) conversion to cooperative ownership is if to sign
(E) conversion to cooperative ownership is whether to sign
25. The end of the eighteenth century saw the emergence of prize-stock breeding, with individual bulls and
cows receiving awards, fetching unprecedented prices, and excited enormous interest whenever they were
put on show.
(A) excited
(B) it excited
(C) exciting
(D) would excite
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26. Of all the possible disasters that threaten American agriculture, the possibility of an adverse change in
climate is maybe the more difficult for analysis.
(A) is maybe the more difficult for analysis
(B) is probably the most difficult to analyze
(C) is maybe the most difficult for analysis
(D) is probably the more difficult to analyze
(E) is, it may be, the analysis that is most difficult
27. Published in Harlem, the owner and editor of the Messenger were two young journalists. Chandler Owen j
and A. Philip Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader.

(A) Published in Harlem, the owner and editor of the Messenger were two young journalists. Chandler
Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader.
(B) Published in Harlem, two young journalists, Chandler Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would later
make his reputation as a labor leader, were the owner and editor of the Messenger.
(C) Published in Harlem, the Messenger was owned and edited by two young journalists, A. Philip
Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader, and Chandler Owen.
(D) The Messenger was owned and edited by two young journalists. Chandler Owen and A. Philip
Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader, and published in Harlem.
(E) The owner and editor being two young journalists, Chandler Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would
later make his reputation as a labor leader, the Messenger was published in Harlem.
28. The rise in the Commerce Department's index of leading economic indicators suggest that the economy
should continue its expansion into the coming months. but that
the mixed performance of the index's individual
components indicates that economic growth will proceed at a more moderate pace than in the first
quarter of this year.
(A) suggest that the economy should continue its expansion into the coming months, but that
(B) suggest that the economy is to continue expansion in the coming months, but
(C) suggests that the economy will continue its expanding in the coming months, but that
(D) suggests that the economy is continuing to expand into the coming months, but that
(E) suggests that the economy will continue to expand in the coming months, but
29. In three centuries--from 1050 to 1350--several million tons of stone were quarried in France for the building
of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
tens of thousands of parish churches.
(A) for the building of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(B) in order that they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(C) so as they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(D) so that there could be built eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and
(E) such that they could build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and
30. What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc has been the use of the new technology to
revitalize, in better sound than was ever before possible, some of the classic recorded performances of the
pre-LP era.
(A) What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc
(B) The thing that was as remarkable as developing the compact disc
(C) No less remarkable than the development of the compact disc
(D) Developing the compact disc has been none the less remarkable than
(E) Development of the compact disc has been no less remarkable as
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Just one day completed of this topic and 55 posts over 15 Kudos.....It has become the most discussed post...in the forum.

well I would like to inform that I will step up the number of questions posted from today evening to 25 in one go That will make 50 Question OG questions...After we are done Pls write Take aways from all 50 question that will help all readers of the posts.......After Take aways i will start posting Questions again..I think we can learn from our mistake...We are practicing a lot but must emphasize of Quality (Take Aways) than only we will increase our Accuracy level.....

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bluemints wrote:
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18. Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson. Pauline Pfeiffer. Martha Gelhom. and Mary Welsh --were
strong and interesting women
, very different from the often pallid women who populate his novels.

Each as a subject will need a singular verb so each --were/women--all S-V mismatches

(A) Each of Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--were strong and interesting women,S-V ERROR
(B) Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhorn, and Mary Welsh--each of them Hemingway's
wives--were strong and, interesting women,S-V Agreement error

(C) Hemingway's wives--Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary Welsh--were all
strong and interesting women,--correct sent structure and S-V match
(D) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--each a wife of Hemingway, was women--was S-V error
(E) Strong and interesting women—Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhom, and Mary
Welsh--every one of Hemingway's wives were.noun --pronoun mismatch ie pronoun everyone (singular) is used for women (plural). and everyone of Hemingway's wives were--is non-nonsensical

hey
you are wrong in your exlanation of Q 18 option B
There is no S- V ambiguity its absolutely fine to mention A,B and C each were....
but its wrong to mention Each A,B and C were....It should be singular...Thats a take away from here..Moreover Here the mistake is with placement of Modifier "Strong and intersted should modify the character as it is modifying the noun present here hence it must be placed close to the noun" In GMAt placement of modifier for noun is very important......it should be close to the noun.....But same is not the case with Verb..You may refer the OA if possible or i will post ..Nowhere it is mentioned about S-V error in Option B....
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well i meant was the pronoun each couldn't refer back to wives (pl)...women (pl). so it should be pronoun disagreement, sorry for the mistake. I don't have the og 10 so don't know the official explanation. one more thing wrong with B is ----Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gelhorn, and Mary Welsh--each of them Hemingway's
wives--were strong and, interesting women (them is not needed) a, b, and c each of Hemingway's ............would be correct
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21-b 22-c 23-d 24-e 25-c 26-b 27-c 28-e 29-d ( b/w a and d; both sound awful finally taking D) 30-c
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Just one day completed of this topic and 55 posts over 15 Kudos.....It has become the most discussed post...in the forum.

well I would like to inform that I will step up the number of questions posted from today evening to 25 in one go That will make 50 Question OG questions...After we are done Pls write Take aways from all 50 question that will help all readers of the posts.......After Take aways i will start posting Questions again..I think we can learn from our mistake...We are practicing a lot but must emphasize of Quality (Take Aways) than only we will increase our Accuracy level.....

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well I think so far we have done 30 questions , you should only post 20 more today. then we will have a 50 question set. each one can compile his/her takeaway per question and the inputs can be put together ,to get a nice neat list. This will be gr8 while reviewing the questions. what say? btw nice work and we got some good discussion going
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26. Of all the possible disasters that threaten American agriculture, the possibility of an adverse change in
climate is maybe the more difficult for analysis.
(A) is maybe the more difficult for analysis
(B) is probably the most difficult to analyze
(C) is maybe the most difficult for analysis
(D) is probably the more difficult to analyze
(E) is, it may be, the analysis that is most difficult
27. Published in Harlem, the owner and editor of the Messenger were two young journalists. Chandler Owen j
and A. Philip Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader.

(A) Published in Harlem, the owner and editor of the Messenger were two young journalists. Chandler
Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader.
(B) Published in Harlem, two young journalists, Chandler Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would later
make his reputation as a labor leader, were the owner and editor of the Messenger.
(C) Published in Harlem, the Messenger was owned and edited by two young journalists, A. Philip
Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader, and Chandler Owen.
(D) The Messenger was owned and edited by two young journalists. Chandler Owen and A. Philip
Randolph, who would later make his reputation as a labor leader, and published in Harlem.
(E) The owner and editor being two young journalists, Chandler Owen and A. Philip Randolph, who would
later make his reputation as a labor leader, the Messenger was published in Harlem.
28. The rise in the Commerce Department's index of leading economic indicators suggest that the economy
should continue its expansion into the coming months. but that
the mixed performance of the index's individual
components indicates that economic growth will proceed at a more moderate pace than in the first
quarter of this year.
(A) suggest that the economy should continue its expansion into the coming months, but that
(B) suggest that the economy is to continue expansion in the coming months, but
(C) suggests that the economy will continue its expanding in the coming months, but that
(D) suggests that the economy is continuing to expand into the coming months, but that
(E) suggests that the economy will continue to expand in the coming months, but
29. In three centuries--from 1050 to 1350--several million tons of stone were quarried in France for the building
of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
tens of thousands of parish churches.
(A) for the building of eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(B) in order that they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(C) so as they might build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and some
(D) so that there could be built eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and
(E) such that they could build eighty cathedrals, five hundred large churches, and
30. What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc has been the use of the new technology to
revitalize, in better sound than was ever before possible, some of the classic recorded performances of the
pre-LP era.
(A) What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc
(B) The thing that was as remarkable as developing the compact disc
(C) No less remarkable than the development of the compact disc
(D) Developing the compact disc has been none the less remarkable than
(E) Development of the compact disc has been no less remarkable as

21-b 22-c 23-d 24-e 25-c 26-b 27-c 28-e 29-d ( b/w a and d; both sound awefull finally taking D) 30-c

Your answer to Q 29 is wrong try again with logic and not by sound....
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Re: Lets destroy OG , Started with OG 10  [#permalink]

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26 Dec 2012, 18:34
dentobizz wrote:
Archit143 wrote:
Just one day completed of this topic and 55 posts over 15 Kudos.....It has become the most discussed post...in the forum.

well I would like to inform that I will step up the number of questions posted from today evening to 25 in one go That will make 50 Question OG questions...After we are done Pls write Take aways from all 50 question that will help all readers of the posts.......After Take aways i will start posting Questions again..I think we can learn from our mistake...We are practicing a lot but must emphasize of Quality (Take Aways) than only we will increase our Accuracy level.....

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well I think so far we have done 30 questions , you should only post 20 more today. then we will have a 50 question set. each one can compile his/her takeaway per question and the inputs can be put together ,to get a nice neat list. This will be gr8 while reviewing the questions. what say? btw nice work and we got some good discussion going

Thing is that is that i do not want to waste time there are 250 questions in OG 10 SC....but it sounds good I ll post another 20 by afternoon hpe by that we will finish the present set........
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26 Dec 2012, 18:41
Archit143 wrote:
dentobizz wrote:
Archit143 wrote:
Just one day completed of this topic and 55 posts over 15 Kudos.....It has become the most discussed post...in the forum.

well I would like to inform that I will step up the number of questions posted from today evening to 25 in one go That will make 50 Question OG questions...After we are done Pls write Take aways from all 50 question that will help all readers of the posts.......After Take aways i will start posting Questions again..I think we can learn from our mistake...We are practicing a lot but must emphasize of Quality (Take Aways) than only we will increase our Accuracy level.....

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Consider Kudos, If my post Helped!!!!

well I think so far we have done 30 questions , you should only post 20 more today. then we will have a 50 question set. each one can compile his/her takeaway per question and the inputs can be put together ,to get a nice neat list. This will be gr8 while reviewing the questions. what say? btw nice work and we got some good discussion going

Thing is that is that i do not want to waste time there are 250 questions in OG 10 SC....but it sounds good I ll post another 20 by afternoon hpe by that we will finish the present set........

Archit 123

is not important the quantity but the quality. Instead, makes a bank of questions, maybe tough and tricky, and then post this set. I think could be more focus on

great job by the way
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