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If you come across any good Admission Consultanlt in Banglaore, pls let me know.
here u mentioned of consultant....Which consultant you referred to...Srry, if i misunderstood..!!!prachich1987 wrote:thanks arora007.
My consultant asked me to draft a preapp for RSM
I am planning to send the same to RSM over this weekend.
Can you pls tell me good admission consultant in India(Delhi, Bangalore) who can help me with my applications?
Can you pls throw light on RSM, Holland in terms of education & placements?hk wrote:Sure feel free to shoot your questions. Oh btw i am a current MBA student at IESE, Barcelona!
A: correct. Already explained by Mitch
C:Weaken the argument
D:Irrelevant(pet vs zoo animals is not issue in Arg)
- by amar66
Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:23 am
- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: People who have spent a lot of time in contact with animals
- Replies: 15
- Views: 15382
B were right if question would have asked about strengthen the argument. Here conclusion is "increase in profit": B suggests us that stadium revenue loss will be compensated by sales of snacks. So it means there would be no revenue loss. It directly tends to rise in profit, which is our conclusion. ...
And btw, B supports the argument rather than criticizing it. It tells that the revenue will be compensated so it strengthen the argument. In this case profit will rise.
On the other hand by assuming C, we can conclude that the profit will fall.
Initially I thought B,but after doing some introspection I realized that author made mistake while making this argument. What if the patrons sitting on bench seats would not abandon their seats? So no trips to snacks & this will result in less revenue. Eventually it means that the generalization mad...
I thought, I only have this problem but seems others are facing the same. Well breathing exercise. seems a solution. Need to try it. Thanks for the tip.
Congrats for you awesome score. I am following the same strategy that you followed in RC. First understand the text & then jump to questions. I saves time as you calculated already...
E also lacks parallelism: that is highly cooperative, organized is not parallel with it consists. To maintain parallelism, E should say: ...a society that is highly cooperative, organized, and consisting of... Hey Mitch, Can you pls explain how the above stated sentence maintains parallelism?? How ...
Hey Mukul, thanks for sharing these stories. They are informative & inspirational. If you have some more Pls share.