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Query:

Is it necessary to send scores to colleges immediately after the GMAT exam or can that be done later without incurring any additional fee ?

If I send my scores to colleges immediately after the exam,will the scores be valid for future intakes of those colleges to which I have applied or just for the next particular intake.

(I am appearing for the exam this month but I have decided not to apply this year after consultation with a few experts.)

@VeritasGurgaon ,@MansieDewanConsulting,@GMAT_Conquer ,@GMATPrepNow ,@kinji.at.pg1 

Please advise.

A production facility that requires its air to be free of particulate matter requires staff and visitors to enter the production floor by way of a single hallway that is interrupted at each of three points by a changing room. In each room, an entrant must change into a new lab jacket, a hat, and new clean shoe coverings after the room is blasted with air. The facility intends to speed up the process of entering the production facility by replacing the three rooms with two changing rooms of a new design whose method of blasting air is effective enough to maintain the required air quality.

Which of the following would be most important to know in determining whether the production facility's plan, if implemented, is likely to achieve its goal?

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Good students learn more than what their parents and teachers compel them to learn. This requires that these students derive pleasure from the satisfaction of their curiosity, and one cannot experience such pleasure unless one is capable of concentrating on a topic so intently that one loses track of one’s own identity.

If the statements above are true, each of the following could also be true EXCEPT:  

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Zoologists warn of an imminent surge in the number of bird species that will become extinct within this century. Nevertheless, these zoologists are wrong. One need only consider the information gathered on native North American raptors, such as bald eagles and peregrine falcons. Several of these species came close to vanishing between 1900 and 1970, but since 1970, the local populations of these raptors have rebounded. The answer to which of the following questions provides information that would be most helpful in evaluating the argument above?

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One of the most vexing problems in historiography is dating an event when the usual sources offer conflicting chronologies of the event. Historians should attempt to minimize the number of competing sources, perhaps by eliminating the less credible ones. Once this is achieved and several sources are left, as often happens, historians may try, though on occasion unsuccessfully, to determine independently of the usual sources which date is more likely to be right.

Which one of the following inferences is most strongly supported by the information above? 

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To lay cable to remote areas would be prohibitively expensive since the number of customers served by such cable lines would be too small for the cable company to make a profit. Microwave cable service is a good alternative for use in remote areas because the signal is sent through the air and cables are unnecessary. However, microwave cable service should not become standard practice in non-remote areas, because the long-term effects of microwaves are not known.

Which of the following is the best conclusion to the statements above?

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MarketAnalyst:Recent research confirms  that the main cause of bad breath is bacteria build-up on the tongue. The research also concludes that tongue scrapers, when used properly, can eliminate up to 40% of the bacteria from the tongue. As the effectiveness of tongue scrapers becomes more widely known, the market for less effective breath freshening products, such as mints, gums, and sprays, will decline significantly. Which of the following provides the best evidence that the analyst’s argument is flawed?

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hiii..puys! I have started my preparation days back.. the problem is i cant carry the book to office, so if u have any PDFs please share

Which is the best combination of test series with IMS eTest Series????

PS - In serious dilemma. Need immediate help before its too late to reap the benefits of the test series.

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Amphibian populations are declining in numbers worldwide. Not coincidentally, the earth’s ozone layer has been continuously depleted throughout the last 50 years. Atmospheric ozone blocks UV-B, a type of ultraviolet radiation that is continuously produced by the sun, and which can damage genes. Because amphibians lack hair, hide, or feathers to shield them, they are particularly vulnerable to UV-B radiation. In addition, their gelatinous eggs lack the protection of leathery or hard shells. Thus, the primary cause of the declining amphibian population is the depletion of the ozone layer. Each of the following, if true, would strengthen the argument EXCEPT:  

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