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wow nice improvement.
I am pretty sure that you will break 700 line.
By the way, i think you really know what you doing and if you keep doing what youve been doing, you will have no problem getting the score you want.
Good luck and, as always, work hard!
i also got 700 a few weeks ago, and I was thinking the same thing. However, I think 700 is great score and decide not to take GMAT again.
I just realized that after researching for like 10 minutes.
I guess she bombed her exam and just needed an excuse (confirmed with another friend lol)
I just got my awa and got 5.5 !! wow
I guess I will keep my score and will not take GMAT.
I dunno why she said such things.
Anyway thank for clarifying it.
Hello everyone. I took GMAT on 28th and got 700 (50/35). I am an accounting senior and planning to apply to MS accounting next year. As soon as I saw my score, I was thinking "YES I BEAT IT !! I WILL NEVER TAKE IT AGAIN !!!!" Howver, after listening to my friend, I was like "oh.. damn.. I might have...
I think it DOES matter.
Many people that I know end up getting 51 in Q without solving all the questions.
Many of them got up to like 35 or 34.
Probably they all got 95%+ of questions right though.
I got my GMAT exam in 4 hours!!
ANyway, since we have "exercise(present tense)", we need to have "associate". c/d/e.
From here, you need to know this
From here, "IF PRESENT" -> WIll xxx or PRESENT.
I think it is D
if you cross multiply, you get b/a = d/c
We need to know whether distance is equal.
For example, (1,4) and (4,1) are equal distance.
(-1,5) and (1,-5) are equal distance.!!
Break down to 2's and 3's.
2^x mult 3^y = 72
break 72 down to 2 and 3's. 2 2 2 3 3
so we get X + Y = 5
same thing 2^x mult 2^y = 36
2 2 2 2 2 = 32
x + y = 5
wow. It makes total sense!! If answer is E, then I will have to spend more time with reading Q.shahdevine wrote: however, i will add caveat. this is with assumption that question is asking "what fraction of students(that applied) are male?" You may have typo.
Hope its typo.
Amount charged in dollars Bonus, in percents
0.5% x (1000-0) + 1% x (3000-1000) + 1.5% x (6000-3000) + 2% x (10000-6000) = $150