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##### GMAT Study Grid with per question timing and enhanced.

Hi Folks, I have attached an updated version of the GMAT Practice Grid (excel spreadsheet) that is found in this forum. I have enhanced it a lot! This has been long overdue. Enjoy, good luck and send me your comments. Here is the list of enhancements. You can consider this to be the user manual as w...

- by vittalgmat

Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:45 pm- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: GMAT Study Grid with per question timing and enhanced.
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Thanks. I feel good. I will graciously fwd a major part of your appreciation to David Park. He looked my code and re-wrote the whole thingy to fit the BTG infrastructure

rgds

-Vittal

- by vittalgmat

Mon Mar 29, 2010 6:29 pm- Forum: Suggestions and Feedback
- Topic: Timer
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How about a 'countdown' (like the actual gmat) instead of a 'stopwatch' , however, this one being user-adjustable based on the skill level of the user. So for example, a begineer can set the countdown for 3 mintues, an intermediate skill level user can set it for 2 and an advanced user can set it f...

- by vittalgmat

Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:01 am- Forum: Suggestions and Feedback
- Topic: Pls attach a Stop Watch to BTG site
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Just took another practice I was at 490, I think lack of focus has been my primary issue during prior exams. Four hours always seemed daunting! Hi Chia, What is your minimum target score that you need to apply ? Depending on that you can decide on rescheduling. Btw, if I right, if u reschedule WITH...

- by vittalgmat

Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:17 pm- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: GMAT in TWO weeks. Practice scores in 400s
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yep the answer is D. the 5 numbers can be arranged as follows 2, 7, 11,16 and x. Stmt 1 says x is between 7 and 11. so the arrangement becomes 2, 7, x, 11, 16. If u look at this seq carefully , u will notice 2 and 7, 11 and 16 are evenly spaced (diff = 5). So we can ignore them in calculating the va...

- by vittalgmat

Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:40 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: GMAT PREP I MEDIAN/AVERAGE
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From the question we can understand that the ratio of concentrate to water is 1:3. ie 25% of concenrtate is mixed with 75% of water to create 100% juice. Now the problem asks for how many 12 ounce cans are needed to make 200 6 ounce cans. 200 6oz cans is same as 100 12oz cans. So the problem reduces...

- by vittalgmat

Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:00 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Mixture Problem that has me stumped
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Problem 1: (.8)^-5 / (.4)^-4 = Problem 2: Account X interest rate = 6% Account Y interest rate = 8% The total invested in these accounts was $50,000 and it increased 7.2% How much was invested in Account X? Problem 3: There are 4 integers. There sum and product is even. What is the max odd numbers ...

- by vittalgmat

Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:05 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: 3 GMAT Problems Please Help
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Simple!!.

7% of x = 87.50

ie (7/100)*x = 87.50.

Solve this to get 1250.

Now the import tax is not levied for the first $1000, we need to add 1000 to the above result.

So answer is 2250.

- by vittalgmat

Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:27 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: importing an item
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Thanks everyone for the replies.

I could not find the rest of the problem either.. we will probably have to leave it as it is.

- by vittalgmat

Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:21 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: 3 more problems on LCM GCD
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##### One more GCD LCM problem

If a and b are positive integers divisible by 6, is 6 the greatest common divisor of a and b?

(1) a = 2b + 6

(2) a = 3b

[spoiler]OA is probably A (not sure)[/spoiler]

- by vittalgmat

Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:43 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: One more GCD LCM problem
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##### 3 more problems on LCM GCD

Reposting these 3 problem on LCM and GCD coz that post had no replies. Can the experts pls help me here. G, M, and N are integers, M=X+6; G is the greatest common factor of M and N. G=? 1) N=2531 2) N=X+7 X and Y are positive integers. What is the maximum common divisor of X and Y? a) X=Y+1 b) X is ...

- by vittalgmat

Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:31 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: 3 more problems on LCM GCD
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##### LCM and GCD

The least common multiplier of A and B is 120, the ratio of A and B is 3:4, what is the largest common divisor? How do u attack this problem? .. what are the approaches to take. [spoiler]OA: 10 We know that A * B = LCM * GCD and we now LCM = 120. So we get A *B = 120* GCD. Now how does the ratio of ...

- by vittalgmat

Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:26 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: LCM and GCD
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Sanju,

That is called "unintended typo" or "printer's devil". But the typo probably reflected my true inner nature

have a nice day

- by vittalgmat

Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:51 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Absolute Confusion!!!
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##### Pls rate my Argument essay

Hi, I will be very thankful if someone can rate this arguement essay. thanks "Advertising the reduced price of selected grocery items in the Daily Gazette will help you increase your sales. Consider the results of a study conducted last month. Thirty sale items from a store in downtown Marston were ...

- by vittalgmat

Wed Dec 16, 2009 12:12 am- Forum: GMAT Essays (AWA)
- Topic: Pls rate my Argument essay
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Thanks Sanju for all your efforts

I have PMed Ron Purewal. Hopefull he will answer soon.

Btw u still have 60 more post to go before equating the # of posts with Gmat score.

thanks

- by vittalgmat

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:05 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Absolute Confusion!!!
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