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Your post helped me build a decent template for myself and I improved my AWA score to 5.0 from my previous 4.5 and I am happy about that. thanks
The consensus is that MGMAT quant is harder than the actual GMAT, but verbal is a bit off from the real thing. Best strategy to study verbal is to focus on both OG guides and the GMATPrep tests. I endorse the view. The verbal will be cakewalk for someone who uses MGMAT startegy guides. The best way...
Whoa, 38 to 45 in Verbal...that's awesome. Must admit you have a strong desire....not many people would retake after a 730. Congrats buddy. Thanks and Yes. To admit it even I was in 2 minds. I will thank my brother for helping me make that final decision. It feels a lot better now. There is only a ...
Great score. That's incredible that you retook with a 730 but I guess when you've got it you've got it. Can you put up a link to "myhomy's template?" Is that a username or a friend of yours? Thanks! thanks. Here is the link to the myohmy's[sorry i misspelt as myhomy] template topic I was talking ab...
I finally retook today and got a 770. I have put up a debrief here.
http://www.beatthegmat.com/never-give-u ... 59518.html
- by concept
Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:48 am
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: just finished...wondering whether to retake...730(Q50, V38)
- Replies: 5
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First of all, I beat(well thumped :)) the GMAT today with a 770(Q50, V45). This is my second take. I scored a 730(Q50, V38) in that I am really happy that I took it again. Please find details about my first take here. http://www.beatthegmat.com/just-finished-wondering-whether-to-retake-730-q50-v38-t...
"n between 2 and 100" - does it mean '2<n<100' or '2<=n<=100'. plz calrify.
I received a PM about this a while ago. While I don't have the OG with me right now to look up the explanation at issue, I am also not aware of any rule that says infinitives can't be placed after nouns. The examples provided in this thread seem fine to me, and I can think of plenty of sentences in...
- by concept
Sat Jun 12, 2010 10:02 pm
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: Infinitives cannot be placed immeidately aftre a noun?
- Replies: 6
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Concept, you're right that "willing to admit......" is a participial phrase. Participles and participial phrases function as adjectives, so they modify nouns. The phrase is correctly describing the noun "people" in answer choice D. Hope that helps! Thanks Jen. But still I have the same doubt as Pae...
I don't think there's any strong reason not to use pronouns to refer to the author, but I'd use them sparingly, in order to maintain clarity and tone. And I would also recommend using "his or her," because while most readers probably wouldn't care one way or the other, you're right that it's not wo...
thanks paes. I have also asked Kevin in that thread. Hopeful we would get a reply either heer or there.paes wrote:good doubt.
A similar doubt, I have asked to Kevin
I agree that particple modifier can be used without a comma to modify a noun. But how is it ok to use it with a comma? Does it not work as an adverbial modifier whn used with comma?