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- by bacchewar_prashant
Fri Apr 27, 2012 1:49 am
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: New MGMAT 5th Edition Strategy Guides - Win a Free Set!
- Replies: 133
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It seems that you have trouble with verbal part. There is huge scope for improvement there. I will highly recommend e-gmat SC if you have problem with SC. I am yet to appear for GMAT but I have seen atleast 5 point improvement in verbal because of this course. I want to know one thing what has attri...
I have heard that csquare is good institute.
I certainly feel that many mistakes in first few questions leads to low score. Just to give you some comparision points. In my GMAT prep I made total 11 mistakes out of these I made 5 mistakes in first 11 questions. Result was Q44. A friend of mine got total 14 questions wrong. Only 2 wrong in first...
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Explaination in the official guide says that answer choice E is awkward. Not clear to me how it is awkward?
Explaination also says that the adjective visible is a complement and is parallel to past participle sighted. How a adjective can be parallel to past participle.
IS there any difference between due to and because?
Also in answer choice D modification error mentioned is not clear to me. Can you please elaborate?
congrats.. What would you recommend reading for improving verbal score.
- by bacchewar_prashant
Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:25 pm
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: 3 yrs,4 attempts-Finally 740:The story of my metamorphosis
- Replies: 172
- Views: 88528
With IIM( Indian IT Male) background what is the competitive GMAT score for applying?
How much importance goes to extracurriculars?
Will stuff like community service be a plus?
I used following approach. Let us say I have three letters with me and I want to arrange them. 1. All the letters are same e.g. BBB or GGG then there is only one way of arranging them. 2. Now if I have 2Bs and one G then I have three options BBG GBG GBB 3. If I have 1B and two Gs so again I have thr...
I also answered D but certaily I would say I was lucky. There were lots of pronouns and I felt that there must be some pronoun reference error but could not found one.
Certainly I was not able to find the verb tense error. I usually mis this.
This sounds a time consuming as we need to think through lot of possiblities. Is there any simple approach for the question.
What is the source of the question?