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Veritas redemption

Hi Team,

I have seen the banner on top that says that we can redeem forum points for Veritas exams. I have filled the spreadsheet but haven't received any registration link

Is that offer still valid ?

Regards,
Targt780

by Targt780

Fri Sep 18, 2020 10:55 am
Forum: GMAT Strategy
Topic: Veritas redemption
Replies: 1
Views: 1005

GMAT OG vs MBA.com

I have the OG book, which has the question bank accessible online through gmat.wiley.com. What is the difference between this portal / question set and the question set available on MBA.com (ex. the free 2 practice tests, and then the purchase packages of 3/4 and 5/6)? The reason I ask: I have the O...

by Targt780

Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:26 pm
Forum: GMAT Strategy
Topic: GMAT OG vs MBA.com
Replies: 1
Views: 864

Improve Verbal

Hi Everyone, I have given my GMAT diagnostic test and score a 670 (Q47 V35). I finished the e-GMAT verbal course which helped me improve SC but my CR and RC are up in the air. Would be great if anyone can share how they managed to have that last stride of push to get V>40 I am aiming for a 740+ scor...

by Targt780

Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:21 pm
Forum: GMAT Strategy
Topic: Improve Verbal
Replies: 1
Views: 837

Veritas vs Kaplan

Hi Everyone - I wanted to get your opinion / reviews on both veritas and kaplan tests. Which one of them in your opinion was a close representation of the GMAT?

Thanks a lot in advance

by Targt780

Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:18 pm
Forum: GMAT Strategy
Topic: Veritas vs Kaplan
Replies: 0
Views: 817

Problem Solving

If s and t are positive integers such that \(\frac{s}{t}=64.12\), which of the following could be the remainder when s is divided by t ?

A. 2
B. 4
C. 8
D. 20
E. 45

Source: OG

by Targt780

Sat Aug 22, 2020 11:36 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: Problem Solving
Replies: 0
Views: 174

Re: In a small snack shop, the average (arithmetic mean) revenue was $400 per day over a 10-day period. During this peri

Given that Average revenue over a 10 period is 400 Average revenue over the first 6 days is 360 Let the revenue per day be given by D1, D2, .... D10 Converting the above statements into equations we have Statement (2) \(\frac{D_1+D_2+D_3+D_4+D_5+D_6}{6}=360\) Solving it we have \(D_1+D_2+D_3+D_4+D_5...


Re: Word Problems

Let the initial number of cookies be x Total weight of the mixture = 600 ounces Since they are identical the weight per cookie will be the same Weight per cookie is \(\frac{600}{x}\) Let the new cookies be y (cookies produced after reducing the weight by 1 ounce) Given that they produced 30 cookies ...

by Targt780

Sat Aug 22, 2020 3:24 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: Word Problems
Replies: 2
Views: 336

Re: All the widgets manufactured by Company X are stored in two warehouses, A and B. Warehouse A...

Let the number of widgets in Warehouse A be x and Let the number of widgets in Warehouse B be y Given that x=3y (Number of widgets in Warehouse A is 3 times the number of widgets in Warehouse B) Total number of widgets manufactured by the company = x+y= 3y+y = 4y Warehouse A: Number of widgets in th...


Re: A cement mixture is composed of 3 elements. By weight, 1/3 of the mixture is sand, 3/5 of the mixture is...

Given that Sand composition in the mixture = \(\frac{1}{3}\) Water composition in the mixture = \(\frac{3}{5}\) Let the gravel composition be x We know that the entire sum of the 3 elements needs to be 1 i.e., \(\frac{1}{3}\) + \(\frac{3}{5}\) + x =1 or x= 1- \(\frac{1}{3}\) - \(\frac{3}{5}\) x = \(...


Re: Joan spent $10 to buy at least one piece each of apples and oranges at a store where each apple cost $2 and each ora

Let the number of apples be A and the number of oranges be O We know that A>0 and O>0 and since we cannot purchase fractions of fruit we can safely assume that both are A and O are integers Total amount spent = $10 Cost of each apple = $2 Cost of each orange = $1 The question stem translates to 2A+O...


Re: A fudgemaker has 40 pounds of chocolate, 65% of which is dark chocolate. If she buys 10 more pounds of chocolate, 25

Initial weight of the chocolate = 40 pounds % of dark chocolate in the initial mixture = 65% Dark chocolate in the initial mixture (pounds) = 65%*40=26 pounds Additional chocolate purchased (Pounds) = 10 pounds % of dark chocolate in the additional purchase = 25% Dark chocolate in the additional cho...