(A) 1/9

(B) 29/180

(C) 26/143

(D) 1/5

(E) 39/121

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(A) 1/9

(B) 29/180

(C) 26/143

(D) 1/5

(E) 39/121]]>

(A) reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent of poor currency exchange rates keep

(B) reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates are keeping

(C)

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(A) reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent of poor currency exchange rates keep

(B) reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates are keeping

(C)

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I saw this sentence in a Manhattan test prep book:

To get to his house, Jim biked along an old dirt road, which cut through the woods.

The example is used to show "to get to his house" refers to Jim and "which cut through the woods" modifies road and all that makes sense. However if you take out the clause between the commas it reads: To get to his house which cut through

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BUT

I saw this sentence in a Manhattan test prep book:

To get to his house, Jim biked along an old dirt road, which cut through the woods.

The example is used to show "to get to his house" refers to Jim and "which cut through the woods" modifies road and all that makes sense. However if you take out the clause between the commas it reads: To get to his house which cut through

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A) 18

B) 19

C) 20

D) 21

E) 22

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A) 18

B) 19

C) 20

D) 21

E) 22]]>

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A. a + b + c > 0

B. bc > 0

C. a > 0 and bc > 0

D. a < 0 and bc < 0

E. abc > 0

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A. a + b + c > 0

B. bc > 0

C. a > 0 and bc > 0

D. a < 0 and bc < 0

E. abc > 0]]>

(A) 8

(B) 4

(C) 2\(\sqrt{2}\)

(D) 2

(E) \(\sqrt{2}\)

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(A) 8

(B) 4

(C) 2\(\sqrt{2}\)

(D) 2

(E) \(\sqrt{2}\)]]>

After years of wanting to take the GMAT, it has become a beast I want to slay. Clearly, with a score of 660 I didn't slay it. But the experience was interesting. I got to learn a lot about myself and the test. Just as fyi, I am 33. I say this because I feel that this has made me wiser in many ways but definitely slowed down those cells that do the fast arithmetic. I signed up for the test knowing I will give it twice so the need for a retake is not really discouraging.

Insights:

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After years of wanting to take the GMAT, it has become a beast I want to slay. Clearly, with a score of 660 I didn't slay it. But the experience was interesting. I got to learn a lot about myself and the test. Just as fyi, I am 33. I say this because I feel that this has made me wiser in many ways but definitely slowed down those cells that do the fast arithmetic. I signed up for the test knowing I will give it twice so the need for a retake is not really discouraging.

Insights:

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(A) \(x^2\)

(B) \(2x^2\)

(C) 4x

(D) \(4x^2\)

(E) \(x^2 + 4\)

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(A) \(x^2\)

(B) \(2x^2\)

(C) 4x

(D) \(4x^2\)

(E) \(x^2 + 4\)]]>

Which particular institutes will value both my personal and professional profile.

My profile is:

I am a gas turbine expert working for BHEL ( a public sector unit in india) under government of India for the past 7.3 years.

I basically travel to different gas turbine sites to troubleshoot, commission or audit gas turbine systems.

In

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Which particular institutes will value both my personal and professional profile.

My profile is:

I am a gas turbine expert working for BHEL ( a public sector unit in india) under government of India for the past 7.3 years.

I basically travel to different gas turbine sites to troubleshoot, commission or audit gas turbine systems.

In

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I would appreciate it if you can evaluate my profile and give me advice. My case is the following:

I am Spanish and 29 years old. I hold a Degree in Chemical Engineering (top tier of the class) and have more than 4 year of experience in the Oil & Gas Sector, working for a big engineering company. I have some international experience since I have been working in Saudi Arabia for the last 4 months and will stay there for around a year.

My GMAT is Overall 730, Q49 and V40. Second

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I would appreciate it if you can evaluate my profile and give me advice. My case is the following:

I am Spanish and 29 years old. I hold a Degree in Chemical Engineering (top tier of the class) and have more than 4 year of experience in the Oil & Gas Sector, working for a big engineering company. I have some international experience since I have been working in Saudi Arabia for the last 4 months and will stay there for around a year.

My GMAT is Overall 730, Q49 and V40. Second

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Most schools that I applied to require only a self-reported score to be evaluated for interview/admission purposes. However, Cornell emailed me today to ask for an unofficial GRE score report (basically a report from ETS, a pdf file). I went ahead and e-mailed them the score report.

I am freaking out at this point, do all schools require an unofficial copy of the GRE for my application to be valid?

To clarify: I did NOT upload my unofficial score report. I just self-reported my scores

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Most schools that I applied to require only a self-reported score to be evaluated for interview/admission purposes. However, Cornell emailed me today to ask for an unofficial GRE score report (basically a report from ETS, a pdf file). I went ahead and e-mailed them the score report.

I am freaking out at this point, do all schools require an unofficial copy of the GRE for my application to be valid?

To clarify: I did NOT upload my unofficial score report. I just self-reported my scores

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I havegiven GMAT 4 times until now (in terms of effort, 3 times since the 1st attempt was given without a single day of studying). My scores are as follows –440, 550 (Q37 V28), 610 (Q43 V31) and 590 (Q40 V31) .The last attempt of 590 was yesterday . Needless to say, I cancelled my score.

In each of my last 3 attempts, I wasn’t surprised with my score since it was proportional to my efforts as well as what I had scored in my mocks. In fact, I hadn’t even given sufficient mocks

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I havegiven GMAT 4 times until now (in terms of effort, 3 times since the 1st attempt was given without a single day of studying). My scores are as follows –440, 550 (Q37 V28), 610 (Q43 V31) and 590 (Q40 V31) .The last attempt of 590 was yesterday . Needless to say, I cancelled my score.

In each of my last 3 attempts, I wasn’t surprised with my score since it was proportional to my efforts as well as what I had scored in my mocks. In fact, I hadn’t even given sufficient mocks

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Could anyone suggest best source for practicing quants which would be very helpful in real GMAT apart from OG.

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Could anyone suggest best source for practicing quants which would be very helpful in real GMAT apart from OG.]]>

I wanted to know as how valid this statement is? If this statement holds true, then which study material should we refer to in order to boost our preparation ?

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I wanted to know as how valid this statement is? If this statement holds true, then which study material should we refer to in order to boost our preparation ?]]>

(1) 3x = 4y

(2) x =k/3, y =k/4, and k > 0

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(1) 3x = 4y

(2) x =k/3, y =k/4, and k > 0]]>

A.-\(\frac{33}{4}\)

B.-\(\frac{17}{4}\)

C.\(\frac{17}{4}\)

D.\(\frac{17}{16}\)

E.\(\frac{33}{16}\)

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A.-\(\frac{33}{4}\)

B.-\(\frac{17}{4}\)

C.\(\frac{17}{4}\)

D.\(\frac{17}{16}\)

E.\(\frac{33}{16}\)

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(1) The total interest earned on the $10,000 for the year was $640.

(2) The dollar value of the investment that earned 6 percent was four times the dollar value of the investment that earned 8 percent.

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(1) The total interest earned on the $10,000 for the year was $640.

(2) The dollar value of the investment that earned 6 percent was four times the dollar value of the investment that earned 8 percent.]]>

A. 1

B. 2

C. 4

D. 8

E. 32

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A. 1

B. 2

C. 4

D. 8

E. 32]]>

I completed my undergraduate degree in 3 years (did not bring any credits in). Was part of the Honors College, and completed the requirements for an Honors degree. I have co-authored two academic publications during

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I completed my undergraduate degree in 3 years (did not bring any credits in). Was part of the Honors College, and completed the requirements for an Honors degree. I have co-authored two academic publications during

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1) Sum of the roots is 5

2) Product of the roots is 6

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1) Sum of the roots is 5

2) Product of the roots is 6

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(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

(E) 5

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(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

(E) 5]]>

Current V average is 33.

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Current V average is 33.]]>

(1) Each student received chocolates, biscuits and toffees in the ratio 1:2:4.

(2) The class teacher distributed a total of 7 chocolates, 14 biscuits and 28 toffees and the number of students present in the class was more than 1.

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(1) Each student received chocolates, biscuits and toffees in the ratio 1:2:4.

(2) The class teacher distributed a total of 7 chocolates, 14 biscuits and 28 toffees and the number of students present in the class was more than 1.]]>

(A) $1,500

(B) $2,000

(C) $2,500

(D) $3,000

(E) $4,500

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(A) $1,500

(B) $2,000

(C) $2,500

(D) $3,000

(E) $4,500]]>

A. \(x^2y\)

B. \(xy^2\)

C. 5xy

D. \(\frac{4x^2y}{3}\)

E. \(\frac{x^2}{y}\)

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A. \(x^2y\)

B. \(xy^2\)

C. 5xy

D. \(\frac{4x^2y}{3}\)

E. \(\frac{x^2}{y}\)]]>