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I used to suffer with the same problem - headaches, fatigue etc. I did a few things which helped me get through the exam with minimal difficulty. I had 2 mugs of Horlicks each day - once after breakfast, once after dinner/before bedtime. I had at least 2 fruits everyday. I prefer studying in the nig...
Question: During a recent trial period in which government inspections at selected meat-processing plants were more frequent, the amount of bacteria in samples of processed chicken decreased by 50% on average from previous year's level. If the government were to institute more frequent inspections, ...
Thats a very good score and split. Congratulations.
- by adigmat2013
Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:25 pm
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: 740(V-41,Q-49) in 3 months- Sheer Hardwork, nothing else!
- Replies: 19
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It's very brave of you to post this debrief. I haven't taken the test yet but I can identify myself doing a few of the same things that you did (I will try not to do them on the G-Day). I took my first practise test (score 510) 3 days ago and I feel completely shattered. This is after studying for 1...
Thank you very much both. Brent - I haven't made up my mind yet whether I will definitely skip RC passages. I will try to do what Rich suggested (focus on the first 20 questions and then skip RC or CR in the 2nd half). And yes, I will practice this strategy on one or two tests. Thanks again, much ap...
I have a week to go for the exam and my verbal time has not gotten any better. I take the maximum amount of time in RC, then CR and then SC. I'm planning to skip one or 2 RC passages in the main exam. Is it better to skip a long passage with 5-6 questions or 2 small ones with 3 questions? My concern...
The percentages have come under the wrong column. Basically, there are 3 columns ' Alloy X (% of Alloy Z)', 'Copper (% of Alloy Z)' and 'Percent' and the percentages are under the 'Percent' column. We need to choose the correct percentage from the given options.
Can someone help? A metal works company is creating alloy Z by combining alloy X and alloy Y in a specific ratio. Alloy X is 25% copper by weight and alloy Y is 65% copper by weight. identify the percent of alloy Z that is composed of alloy X and the percent of alloy Z that is copper by weight. Thes...
Thank you. My GMAT exam had to be preponed unfortunately and I am now left with 20 days less than my initial study plan. I am not intending to practice any questions above the 700+ difficulty level from the OG as I am now aiming a score of 650-700. I am often getting stuck with questions in the OG a...
Can anyone advise how can I find out the level of difficulty (i.e. 500-600 or 600-700 etc) of each question in OG, so that I know which difficulty banding I am struggling with?
Hello, I am getting some mixed reviews about the MGMAT Strategy books. Some say that you should only buy one of them and then get access to the 6 practice tests. The books themselves are not good, only the tests are worthwhile. Others say, its too easy, won't really help you to score above 700. I ha...
- by adigmat2013
Mon Jul 29, 2013 4:39 am
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: Manhattan Strategy Guide Books - are they really that good?
- Replies: 1
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I'm not good with probablity and combinatorics at all and I'm wondering whether it would be a good idea to skip it for the test. I haven't seen many questions from these 2 topics in the OG books.