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Noob here, how do I see the multiple choice choices i.e. a,b,c,d,e on questions? I cannot see any choices just the question, any help please? Thanks!

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Noob here, how do I see the multiple choice choices i.e. a,b,c,d,e on questions? I cannot see any choices just the question, any help please? Thanks!

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Hello mbh67 ........ welcome to the GMAT Club Community.

There are billions of GMAT like multiple choice questions with detailed explanation in this forum.
I am not sure if that is what you have asked. If not please elaborate a tad more on your query .... I and/or our community will try to help.

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mbh67 wrote:
Noob here, how do I see the multiple choice choices i.e. a,b,c,d,e on questions? I cannot see any choices just the question, any help please? Thanks!

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Hello........ welcome to the GMAT Club Community.

There are billions of GMAT like multiple choice questions with detailed explanation in this forum.
I am not sure if that is what you have asked. If not please elaborate a tad more on your query .... I and/or our community will try to help.

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Thanks for the welcome!

On questions like the ones on the GMAT quantitative DS forum, you can just click the first question and see what I am talking about, I cannot see the options a,b,c, etc. There is just the question with no multiple choice options. How do I see the options a,b,c etc? I would link to a question if I could but can't due to forum requirements on new members.

I am not talking about the timer with multiple choice options, as the timer does not state the answer options it just has A B C etc.

Originally posted by mbh67 on 28 Oct 2018, 17:31.
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mbh67 wrote:
u1983 wrote:
mbh67 wrote:
Noob here, how do I see the multiple choice choices i.e. a,b,c,d,e on questions? I cannot see any choices just the question, any help please? Thanks!

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Hello........ welcome to the GMAT Club Community.

There are billions of GMAT like multiple choice questions with detailed explanation in this forum.
I am not sure if that is what you have asked. If not please elaborate a tad more on your query .... I and/or our community will try to help.

Welcome Again.


Thanks for the welcome!

On questions like the ones on the GMAT quantitative DS forum, you can just click the first question and see what I am talking about, I cannot see the options a,b,c, etc. There is just the question with no multiple choice options. How do I see the options a,b,c etc? I would link to a question if I could but can't due to forum requirements on new members.


Could you please provide an example ?
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edit Never mind. I will attempt to post a link. If the integers a and n are greater than 1 and the product of the first 8 positive integers is a multiple of a^n, what is the value of a ?

This question there are no answers

It says I cannot post a link within 5 days.

BTW I know it is ambitious of a noob to take 700+ level questions but I am easily still going to be a math PHD so I'd better get them right. I am borderline on an MBA though.

For some reason on the first questions on the forum there are answers but on later questions there are not.
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edit Never mind. I will attempt to post a link. If the integers a and n are greater than 1 and the product of the first 8 positive integers is a multiple of a^n, what is the value of a ?

This question there are no answers

It says I cannot post a link within 5 days.

BTW I know it is ambitious of a noob to take 700+ level questions but I am easily still going to be a math PHD so I'd better get them right. I am borderline on an MBA though.


Hmmm..... I think I got the issue ...... could you please confirm if the Q in the link below is the one you are referring to as your example ?
https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-the-integ ... 32382.html
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Yep that's the one, there are no answers for me to see, but I know the answer mathematically at least
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Yep that's the one, there are no answers for me to see, but I know the answer mathematically at least



mbh67........ there are couple of things...... let me take them one by one.

1. As you have joined the community just 2 days back ( <5) and your post count is also less (<5) .... your ability to participate is a bit restricted. But it will be all good from 5th day.
2. The question you were referring is a DS question. Let me elaborate a bit on this.

DS means Data Sufficiency. This is an unique type question and (as far as my knowledge goes) only appears on GMAT. These type questions consist of a question followed by two statements. Your job is to decide whether the information in the statements (taken singly or together) is sufficient to answer the question.So the answer choice is already standardized here .

Option A: Statement 1 is sufficient to answer the Question.
Option B: Statement 2 is sufficient to answer the Question.
Option C: IF Statement 1 & Statement 2 are taken together, then only it sufficient to answer the Question.
Option D: Statement 1 & Statement 2 , each alone is sufficient to answer the Question.
Option E: EVEN IF Statement 1 & Statement 2 are taken together, it it is not sufficient to answer the Question.

MAIN GOAL is to determine the sufficiency of the statements. ( We donot need to determine the answer , Rather we need to determine if we can determine what the question has asked for )

I know this is a non-traditional idea. Thus , to get a hang of it I would suggest you to go through the link below and try your hand on some 500-level questions:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/ds-question- ... 28728.html

Again..... I am extremely confident that you can move on to 700-level within very few days ( as you have mentioned you are going to be a math -PHD soon ) , but still i would go through the 500-level first ........ just to get a hang. Just assume that you are going to learn 3-D geometry and to do that you need to understand 2-D geometry.

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New post 28 Oct 2018, 18:30
I see. I knew something was off they basically give you the answer sometimes! Haha I know why now. Thanks, I'll for sure try to the 500 level ones although I won't have too much time here during school.

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Hello mbh67 ....... you may go through the link below . We have tried to compile a doc that contains all about DS !! Hope this helps !!
https://gmatclub.com/forum/introduction ... 80510.html
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