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Hearty congratulations Varun. I read the whole debrief and really many thanks for posting it. Thank you again. I have couple of questions based on your debrief: 1. For private tutoring for Verbal do you have any recommendations. Appreciate your input. 2. What is your view point on using resources to...
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Thu Mar 17, 2016 6:32 am
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: GMAT 740(Q50,V40).4 exams over 2.5 yrs.Never, ever give up.
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>> I don't know what I really really want to do after MBA Answering this question is very important before you board this journey of MBA. Its not easy to find what you really want to do, but spend time researching what you love to do and what you want to do in career is important. To start with, Typ...
I googled and searched here, but couldn't find a convincing list of employers who sponsor an MBA. If you know a company who do sponsor an MBA, please kindly post it here. Some of the companies I know which sponsor an MBA
1. Computer Science Corporation
Please post if you do know.
1. Modifer issue leaves D,E (By sucking sap from the young twigs of the hemlock tree - its the woolly adelgid not tree)
2. Which vs Ing issue leaves D.
Which vs Ing (which modifies immediate preceding noun- while Ing modifies the whole clause or the core essence of it)
So including, since we want to describe what the remedies are.
So D, E; E fails parallelism test, as we need ing+the in underlined and non-underlined portions. Hence D.
A: THEY Error
D: had been - past perfect tense not needed.
C: Citing faulty equipment modifies 4 million to 6 million people - IT SHOULD modify the study
E: Had not been counted (you dont need a past perfect tense)
Having and Being are mostly wrong; so A,B,C are wrong. Also Because of +Noun + Ing is mostly wrong. Between D and E; D properly uses Past perfect tense, In E, as bad as is used to compare two things; Here we are not comparing any thing, so adjective(bad) as would work fine to mention the reason behi...
This question is similar to the question in OG; I dont remember exactly, but I remember that you need an appositive to further define the sentence after comma using the same word (Look for word tissue in OG10). Only A, B WILL fit the bill. In A you have they-pronoun error which can also refer to yel...
B. Expectations - future tense, need will or would, only B satisfies (E has it error). A: dont need that, that is only used when the comparison noun is missing. If you replace that with personal spending then the sentence wont make sense; "doubled personal spending of the 1.4 percent growth rate in ...
1. Comparison is under question here. As X, Y (X and Y need to be parallel, and preferably clauses(Sub+Verb); Like is used to compare nouns. A: "it" - pronoun error - there is no singular reference to any noun B: As noun, noun ; Like is preferred; to have success is weird also C: As + verb(is) + sub...
I dont know how much time you have remaining for you to apply for apps, but if you could get some more time like another 8 weeks then I think with a systematic approach you can reach it. I believe in two things, which I am practicing and going through - Basics first then Practice. 1. You have all th...