Search found 61 matches
So is the GMAT right in making this wrong? I guess there could be an argument since both could be technically right.Nailya wrote:In GMAT this is wrong. Someone, anyone, everyone is singular, thus the pronoun should also be singular.
Did everyone bring his lunch?
Someone left her book on the table.
That's what I thought too. But according to dictionary.com, that's not always the case. their: 2. (used after an indefinite singular antecedent in place of the definite masculine form his or the definite feminine form her): Someone left their book on the table. Did everyone bring their lunch? Does t...
I'm trying to solve it another way, but I don't know if it works. Can someone else tell me if this is valid...
delta time = 6 sec
delta distance = 48 m
T = D/(Sb-Sa)
6 = 48/(Sb-Sa) valid equation?
Question is asking if -1<x<1 ?Vignesh.4384 wrote:Pls help.
x+1 = 2|x-1|, x = 3
x+1 = 2*(-x+1), x = 1/3
x not = 3
(1) and (2)
X = 1/3
Medical researcher: As expected, records covering the last four years of ten major hospitals indicate that babies born prematurely were more likely to have low birth weights and to suffer from health problems than were babies not born prematurely. These records also indicate that mothers who had rec...
1. The driver took the people who had been waiting for a ride This is from MGMAT exercises. My question is, what is wrong with waiting for a ride ? According to MGMAT, there is change in meaning. Can anyone please explain? Is it because this sentence is not clear? "Who" could refer to the driver or...
Some types of organisms originated through endosymbiosis, the engulfing of one organism by another so that a part of the former becomes a functioning part of the latter. An unusual nucleomorph, a structure that contains DNA and resembles a cell nucleus, has been discovered within a plant known as a ...
I like this method. Clear and efficient!amitabhprasad wrote:Diff in velocity = +5
total time = t+1
Distance covered = 70
==> 70 = 5(t+1) ==> t = 13
if relative velocity = +10
extra time = +2
then distance = (13+2)*10 = 150
Is there a book from MGMAT that has more examples of this T-diagram? I would like to practice this method and see how effective it is.ninkorn wrote:I actually had few people that emailed me about T DIAGRAM method.
I made this (MS Excel file) based on my MGMAT notes. I hope this makes sense.
However if you are looking to write the GMAT in 2008 I do have some advice for you. For SC Manhattan GMAT guide tops the list and that too by a huge margin. For math I suggest finding Kaplan 800 and doing the questions for the math part. It is supposed to be tougher than the real GMAT so it will gi...
I'm having difficulty in this area. I've been browsing some of CR problems in this forum attempting to answer the questions, but I just can't get it down correctly.
Any suggestions, strategies, study materials to help improve my CR skills would be appreciated.