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Hey Metallicafan - these are some GREAT questions, so let's see if I can help! Hi folks! 1.In the IR section, how different are the scores of the GMATPrep from those of the real GMAT? Potentially VERY different for a couple of reasons: - The GMATPrep was released BEFORE the new IR section, and they ...

- by Whitney Garner

Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:27 am- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: IR - score and strategy
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The original explanation states that "A respondent who averaged less than one-half hour of exercise per day would have reported less than 3.5 hours of exercise for the week". Shouldn't this be 10.5 hours for the week? (Total Hours Spent Exercising in a Week)/(7 Days) = 1.5 Hours per day Be careful,...

- by Whitney Garner

Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:06 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Graphical Interpretation - Average
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Is there anything in particular that has you stuck?hemant_rajput wrote:http://www.mba.com/the-gmat/nex-gen/sam ... 5?next=yes

guys please explain this problem.

- by Whitney Garner

Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:43 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Table IR
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I received my official report yesterday with an AWA score of 5 and IR 3 !!! since I will retake any way to improve my V and Q scores ... any advice about IR improvement ? Thanks in advance Hi the nona! I'm not one to normally "pitch" my company's products, but we do have an Essay/IR book that has s...

- by Whitney Garner

Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:42 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: IR 3 ... how to improve ?
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And don't forget that you can try out these different prompts and question types here:

http://www.mba.com/the-gmat/nex-gen/int ... rmats.aspx

- by Whitney Garner

Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:37 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Doubts regarding IR
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I clearly see that the 7-B answer explanation itself says the statement is Inferable Hey champwix! The way they have these answers formatted can make it confusing, but the INFER at the top of the answer isn't saying that the correct answer Can be Inferred, it is telling you what "type" of question ...

- by Whitney Garner

Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:36 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: GMAT Prep IR# 7
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Hi hemant_rajput! Great questions - I'll answer them one-by-one below: 1. Are all the question in the IR of same level or their level differ. Unlike Verbal and Quant, IR is not adaptive - this I know, but still I want to know do all the question have same Difficulty level or it change from question ...

- by Whitney Garner

Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:32 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Doubts regarding IR
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Hi there, I am curious if the entire question is considered wrong in IR if you get a single sub-part (within a question) wrong? Thank you No, it is not the case. Be careful hemant_rajput - IR is absolutely ALL or NOTHING! This means that if you're working on a question that has 3 parts (like three ...

- by Whitney Garner

Mon May 13, 2013 10:38 am- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Entire question wrong if sub-question is wrong?
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Whitney, I seriously appreciate this. I was over-thinking it and your solution helped me see a simple way of solving. Thanks very much! By the way, I'm using Manhattan products for prep and really benefiting. I'm so glad to hear it helped!! I know that for me, a lot of the challenge comes from how ...

- by Whitney Garner

Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:35 pm- Forum: GMAT Math
- Topic: Factoring Question
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In the correct answer, I don't understand why the upper limit for gallons is 10.5. If it is 10.5, that number would be rounded to eleven. The same with the upper limit for milles. If it is 105, that number would be rounded to 110. This is a great question metallicafan! I think the thing you want to...

- by Whitney Garner

Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:18 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Miles and gallons
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Hi topspin360! This is a tricky problem to do algebraically because of the various configurations for the triangle (is it right, isosceles, equilateral, nothing??). So maybe we just start making up some numbers that work. We are only asked about perimeters, so as long as we make the sides of the tri...

- by Whitney Garner

Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:15 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Geometry: Perimeter of a triangle vs that of a square
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Hi SirSriracha! I can definitely see how the language can be confusing, particularly when we're not sure if the question requires new assumptions! When in doubt, I would say that we want to avoid making new assumptions, particularly those that require additional calculations (like doubling the price...

- by Whitney Garner

Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:01 pm- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: IR question 1 from the OG online questions
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Hi aman88! The key to these Graphical Interpretation problems is to make sure you know exactly what the question is asking and translate if necessary. So let's take a look at the specific question and go bit by bit: "Among the states represented in the scatter plot above," - this means we will be us...

- by Whitney Garner

Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:49 pm- Forum: GMAT Integrated Reasoning
- Topic: Graphical representation IR. Need help on one question.
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While practicing, i stumbled on below question and found it very time consuming to solve it question was if M = square root of 4 + cube root of 4 + 4th root of 4, then what is the value of M a. Less than 3 b. equal to 3 c. in between 3 and 4 d. greater than 4 e. equal to 4 could someone suggest how...

- by Whitney Garner

Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:07 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Roots Problem
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Can someone explain how you simplify #1 to #2? Can't seem to see how they arrived at the simplification in #2. 1) x(x-1)^2 + 5(x-1)^2 = 0 2) (x+5)(x-1)^2 = 0 Hi Woodencrawdad! This factorization might be a bit difficult to see right away, so I would recommend using a "substitution" trick that I som...

- by Whitney Garner

Thu Jan 03, 2013 6:58 pm- Forum: GMAT Math
- Topic: Factoring Question
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