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Me too - but I'm having trouble finding information about whether or not Booth allows its students to pursue 3-year dual degrees with another university (MA/MBA) - beyond the handful listed on their website. Does anyone know?g000fy wrote:Considering round 2

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:19 pm- Forum: The Application Process
- Topic: Booth 2011 Applicants
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Hi Jessica,[email protected] wrote: And, lastly, ALWAYS waive your right to see the recommendation letter.

I'm curious - why is this the case?

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:14 pm- Forum: The Application Process
- Topic: Letter of recommendation tips?
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All schools weigh the application components holistically, meaning one piece (i.e., GMAT) is not more important than another (i.e., essays). The "80% rule" is not set in stone, nor is it followed by all schools. At this stage in the admissions cycle, you need to focus on putting together the strong...

- by saritalr

Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:35 pm- Forum: Ask Stacy Blackman
- Topic: What GPA/GMAT is needed to get into a top 5 school?
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Hi Lisa, I can't thank you enough for taking the time to answer all these questions. I have one more for you. I'm in the process of applying for Fall 2011. I have 3.5 years of work experience (government) and received my BA from a top 15 University, albeit with a 3.2 GPA (econ minor). I'm interested...

- by saritalr

Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:58 pm- Forum: Ask Stacy Blackman
- Topic: What GPA/GMAT is needed to get into a top 5 school?
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If you factor the equation (see below), you will get one positive and one negative root. Since time cannot logically be negative (you cannot travel 400 kilometers in -4 hours), you are left with only one possible values for time. Multiply by t(t-1): 400(t-1) + 20(t(t-1) = 400t 400t - 400 + 20t^2 - ...

- by saritalr

Wed Nov 03, 2010 6:52 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: GMATPrep Work question
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Interesting topic. One thing that sticks out to me is that there hasn't been any discussion of the breakdown between the quant/verbal as it relates to the overall score. One of the schools I'm applying to (read: Wharton) seems to have an 80th percentile benchmark for the quant score (nothing officia...

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:05 pm- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: The Myth of the 800 GMAT
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1) seems insufficient because there is no indication of how long it took to do the remaining distance, or how fast they travelled. They're left with 200km and could have taken 2 hours or 2 days. Insuff. 2) Travelled 400KM in T hours. Had it been 20kph faster in would have travelled 400km in T-1 hou...

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 02, 2010 12:00 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: GMATPrep Work question
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Thanks to both of you. Brian - I believe I understand your explanation, combining the like terms one at a time. Rahul - I'm not as clear on the explanation you posted. I see that in the firs step you subtracted 2 from both sides. But you lost me on the 2nd and 3rd step. It looks like you multiplied ...

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:56 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: mba.com cat question: 2+2+2^2....
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Testluv wrote:Yes, in that case C would be the correct answer, and good point.if the second statement had given a % increases or decrease is sales price rather than an absolute value increase then the ans would be C (providing statement 1 stayed the same)?

Thanks.

Helpful question/answer. Thanks!

- by saritalr

Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:06 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: warehouse
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##### mba.com cat question: 2+2+2^2....

Hi everyone. I'm still running into trouble with exponent problems. Here is an exponent problem from the online CAT at MBA.com. 2+2+2^2+2^3+2^4+2^5+2^6+2^7+2^8 a)2^9 b)2^10 c)2^16 d)2^35 e)2^37 It's sort of hard to look at when the exponents don't display correctly. I suspected that the solution mig...

- by saritalr

Mon Nov 01, 2010 3:43 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: mba.com cat question: 2+2+2^2....
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Very helpful! Just what I needed - thank you!nicolezl wrote:

In the second line, you factor out 5^12 from (5^13 - 5^12), which gives you 5^12*(5-1).

Does that help?

- by saritalr

Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:56 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Integers equally spaced on a line - help?
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Thanks Selango. Can you explain the above line - are you factoring something out?selango wrote:

A=5^13-12.5^12=5^12(5-12)

=-7.5^12

- by saritalr

Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:55 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Integers equally spaced on a line - help?
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##### Integers equally spaced on a line - help?

This problem threw me off the first time around. Now I understand how to set up the equation but I'm having trouble with the algebra. First the problem: [Image of 4 integers A, B, C, and D on a number line] The integers A, B, C, and D shown on the number line above are all equally spaced. If C and D...

- by saritalr

Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:17 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Integers equally spaced on a line - help?
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Which of the following is equal to the value of 2^5 + 2^5 + 3^5 + 3^5 + 3^5. 1. 5^6 2. 13^5 3. 2^6 + 3^6 4. 2^7 + 3^8 5. 4^5 + 9^5 The official answer is option 3. I recognize now that this is the case, but I haven't identified a non-calculation intensive method to solve the problem. What am I miss...

- by saritalr

Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:21 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: question from mba.com CAT
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Can somone please clarify for this for please According to my prep book: "A prime number is any positive integer larger than 1 with exactly 2 factors: 1 and itself" A quick google search makes me think that there might be some grey zone at a more advanced theoretical level - but for the GMAT (and f...

- by saritalr

Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:16 am- Forum: GMAT Math
- Topic: Can primes be negative?
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