Search found 102 matches
Did you do the AWA with your practice tests? That might account for the unexpected dip in verbal. I didn't do AWA in every practice exam but in those I did, the verbal score was no different. Anyways, thanks everyone for your suggestions. I really appreciate your responses. I used all the good book...
Let me introduce myself a bit first. I am an indian female with over 4 years of work experience in IT. I took GMAT on 3rd july and today I thought to write a debrief after a week full of disappointment. I started my preparation around oct 2008 and in the very first GMAT prep I got just 520 (Q44,V15-...
Can anybody please tell me the length of optional breaks in the GMAT. I read somewhere that it's of 5 mins but some people write that they took 10 mins break. Can anyone please clarify as I am taking my GMAT exam tommorow.
- by vaishalijain7
Thu Jul 02, 2009 4:06 am
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: Red Bull, lax pearsonvue staff and a 690! Dejection Galore.
- Replies: 5
- Views: 2100
Are all of the numbers in a certain list of 15 numbers equal?
1. The sum of all the numbers in the list is 60.
2. The sum of any 3 numbers in the list is 12.
Please explain how could the answer be [spoiler]'B'[/spoiler]. I understand [spoiler]'A'[/spoiler] is not sufficient.
A certain bookcase has 2 shelves of books. On the upper shelf, the book with the greatest number of pages has 400 pages. ON the lower shelf, the book with the least number of pages has 475 pages. What is the median number of pages for all of the books on the 2 shelves. 1. There are 25 books on upper...
Thanks. I got it.vasbli wrote:- the conjunction "and" between northern and southern alphabets requires a plural verb hence A and D are out
- "from which" refers to the script, so should not follow "it", hence B is out
- idiom is " something is derived from", eliminate E
Anyone please explain what should be the answer and why? Also please explain why other options are wrong.
rahulg83 wrote:We are not using 'removing of'..bur removing the fox population...vaishalijain7 wrote:IMO 'A'. To me 'removal of' looks better than 'removing of' as a noun.
B wins on parallelism...OA?
Do you think in 'B' 'removing the native fox population' and ' the clearing of surrounding woodlands' is parallel?