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Re: awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?

Just an update, I scored 6.0 for my AWA so I am very happy!

by gentvenus

Thu Nov 12, 2020 1:30 pm
Forum: GMAT Essays (AWA)
Topic: awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?
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Re: awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?

I just received my essay report from AWAProfessor. Well worth the money. As someone here mentioned before, the feedback given is very detailed and the expert graders are very helpful. I want to get 6.0 AWA score in my test and I am alot more confident of my writing now with their help. I am going to...

by gentvenus

Mon Oct 26, 2020 11:06 am
Forum: GMAT Essays (AWA)
Topic: awaprofessor.com essay rater - good?
Replies: 9
Views: 3322

Re: In Dives Corporation, \(75\%\) of the employees are customer service representatives, \(15\%\) are programmers, and

In Dives Corporation, \(75\%\) of the employees are customer service representatives, \(15\%\) are programmers, and \(10\%\) are managers. The customer service representatives have an average salary of \(\$60,000,\) and the programmers have an average salary of \(\$100,000.\) If the average salary ...


Re: The numbers m, n, and K are all positive integers. Given that m is a factor of K

The numbers m, n, and K are all positive integers. Given that m is a factor of K, that n is also a factor of K, and m < n, which of the following must also be a positive integer factor of K? A. m + n B. mn C. n^2/m D. K/m E. K/(mn) Answer: D Source: Magoosh Different approach: The question asks "wh...


Re: 2, 12, -5, 20, x, y For the list of numbers above, which of the following could be the range?

dollydevashryee wrote:
Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:13 pm
Assume that 20 is the largest number in the list. That means the range must be at least 25, making 32 the only possible answer. Therefore, C is correct.
thanks!


Re: The formula above gives the contribution \(C,\) in dollars, to a certain profit-sharing plan for a participant with

\(C=\begin{cases} 0.10s, \; \text{if} \; s\le 60,000,\\ 0.10s +0.4(s-60,000), \; \text{if} \; s> 60,000. \end{cases}\) The formula above gives the contribution \(C,\) in dollars, to a certain profit-sharing plan for a participant with a salary of \(s\) dollars. How many more dollars is the contribu...