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hmm it wasnt supposed to be so obvious that y name is anoop. have to work on a new user id !!! about the verbal question. i went through every book there is. but the idiot that i am i never created a consolidated list of rules to revise. TO my rescue, came the gmat flash cards and the notes by spide...
Just finished the test a few hours back. Really happy. I am not a regular with this forum, but i have used it a lot in the past few weeks and i felt i had to share the score with you. This is a really good site, most of the time i dont have to post a question and wait for a reply, every question i h...
doesnt make sense
lets see the actions in parallel for option C
difficult to locate...
difficult to reticent...
difficult to suspicious of strangers (?!?!?!)
make sure you get the OG, practise all the questions in it and most importantly, spend atleast 5 minutes learning each and every question.
that is enought to reach 650
there is a very simple logic to this... try taking a random book and decide to flip to a random page. you will realise that you first few flips will be really large as you try to estimate the total pages and the approximate section where the page you want is. And your last few flips will be smaller ...
6.0 is damn good awa score. at least that is the highest i have heard... can you give out some tips on the awa ?
- by realanoop
Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:28 pm
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: The GMAT and I just brawled ... computer issue during exam!
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k is a positive integer and 225 and 216 are both divisors of k. If k=2^a*3^b*5^c, where a, b and care positive integers, what is the least possible value of a+ b+ c?
(A) 4(B) 5(C) 6(D) 7(E) 8
ans is 6 or 8?
question is wrong here, the question actually says the result of YZ x ZY as YCY NOT YCZ