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Congrats! I also took my exam today and scored 700 (Q48/V38) Is the official score ever different from the unofficial score that we receive right after the test?
I have not sent my previous GMAT scores to the schools I am applying to. So, I can take the exam on 30 Dec and ask GMAC to send the scores to the school. The schools will not receive the score card by the deadline, which is Jan 5. Would that be fine? Also, I will know the verbal and quant score imme...
Hi, I am retaking GMAT on 30 Dec, and applying for R2. The deadlines for all the five schools to which I'm applying is Jan 05, 2011. If I select these five schools at the test center on 30 Dec, would the new GMAT score (hopefully higher) be considered by the schools? My concern is that the schools w...
I am confused about "calendar days". I know we can not take GMAT again in the next 30 consecutive calendar days. Does the beginning of a new year mark the start of new calendar session?
- by pharmxanthan
Sat Dec 18, 2010 10:27 am
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: Can I take GMAT on 20 Dec 2010 and again on 10 Jan 2011?
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If the average(arithmetic mean) of n consecutive odd integers is 10, what is the least of the integers?
1) The range of n integers is 14.
2) The greatest of the n integers is 17.
So we can expect the "airline" to "both increase profits and compete more effectively for customers". So, we do not presume that inanimate objects can not act the way humans do?sumit.sinha wrote:Airline.pharmxanthan wrote:In the answer choice D, does the pronoun "it" refer to the "board" or "airline"?
Should we consider r, s, t, and u as different digits or same digits? In some questions, I have seen that if the variables are different (for example: x and y), then we consider different numeric values for those variables (for example: x=2 and y=3 (NOT x=2 and y=2))? In this question, the answer do...
Yes.lokesh r wrote:Say in the figure attached we call center of the circle as A.pharmxanthan wrote:Because the angle subtended by the chord at the center is double that at the circumference.
Do you mean angle PAO= 2 x angle PRO