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Hi Nikhil Many thanks for your reply Just one clarification. I do not have an IT/Engineering background. I am a commercial banker. I majored in finance during my BBS (equivalent of BBA). Do you think that makes any difference? Or the schools treat Indian applicants at par irrespective of their profe...
Hi Please evaluate my profile GMAT Score : 720 (51Q/35V, AWA 5). Please note the 99th percentile quant...but also the 74th percentile verbal score. GPA : I guess around 3.3 (90th percentile score....) Undergrad : Bachelors in Business Studies from Delhi University. (best B school for undergrad studi...
Hi Lisa I am giving some relevant information on my profile. Request you to evaluate it : GMAT Score : 720 (51Q/35V, AWA 5). Please note the 99th percentile quant...but also the 74th percentile verbal score. GPA : I guess around 3.3 (90th percentile score....) Undergrad : Bachelors in Business Studi...
Arent we comparing economic bases of colleges here?
Hence where is the question of comparing actions....
IMO B....comparing economic bases , hence "than those of"
But the initial choice indicates "ability of scientists" to be accurate.
Also "scientists have become able to provide ever more accurate....." sounds awkward......
It might sound irrational, but is it true that if one takes GMAT in USA as compared with the one who takes it in another country can result in a different difficulty level of Verbal questions. The logic is the general level of familiarity with the subject. While a Verbal question might be difficult ...
My understanding was :
hence v can be either 0 or w.
Then why Statement 1 is sufficient to decide whether v=0 or not?
"...picked from his garden" is follwed by "in a vase" which implies that "garden in a vase". Hence incorrect construction
A, D & E are out
B implies is wordy and awkward.
C is the best choice
Hence answer is C