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# Logic behind GMAT having Q - 37 & V - 41 questions

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31 Aug 2009, 04:07
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what is the logic behind GMAT having Q-37 questions and V-41 questions? pretty odd!

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31 Aug 2009, 08:23
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manojgmat,

There is no logic that I can see except that the person is stronger in Verbal skills when compared with Quant skills.

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31 Aug 2009, 15:52
it's a great question - I never asked this one myself.
I wonder if it had to do with some early algorithm?

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Re: Logic behind GMAT having Q - 37 & V - 41 questions   [#permalink] 31 Aug 2009, 15:52
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# Logic behind GMAT having Q - 37 & V - 41 questions

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