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Is it not B? B says Attaining the goal of any desire results in momentary happiness while the premise says 'desires are sometimes compulsions' So B can be put as Attaining the goal of any compulsion results in momentary happiness This negates another premise that says compulsions strongly drive a pe...
Is it C? Greater damage to the ozone layer did not affect our ancestors, so the damage caused to the ozone layer because of the relatively lesser CFCs are not going to affect humans. By establishing that our ancestors possessed some special ability which helped them withstand the radiation,(which we...
The OGs should do. Take the GMATpreps for online practice. And yes, as cramya has suggested, look on the forums if you can. Good luck for your test. btw, what is your profile?
I realise verbal is where I need to concentrate.
I used the Manhattan guide for SC and I feel it has helped me. Could you please suggest any similar material for CR and RC quality practice?
I took the GMAT today and ended up with a 690 (49,35). I was getting around 740 in the mocks, but I guess the test pressure did me in. Could anybody please tell me how my chances are for ISB? What are my chances at the 10-20 ranked US business schools?
Isn't 'and' uniting the three singular subjects X,Y and Z here? And shouldn't the compound subject thus formed take a plural verb form? (i.e. 'are') ? as in What is difficult to determine are X, Y and Z .... ('Alan and Jane are going to the park', but not 'Alan and Jane is going to the park') wherea...
The OA here says B, which is who major in such specialized areas as finance and marketing are becoming more and more Here, wouldn't 'majoring' be better? (because this too is an ongoing action, just like the students becoming successful) majoring would be parallel to becoming ? It would then become ...
She got injured three times -- this is one thing
She became too ill, got discharged -- these two need to come one after another, so the first action, i.e. falling ill -- gets the past perfect, while the latter (getting discharged) gets the simple past
'A' might give an impression that the arrowweed alone is being supported by the posts.
We need the 'are' in 'E' to imply that the arrowweed as well as the roof is supported by the posts.