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ChivaS replied to GMAT takers in August 2007
Guptaaastha,
Try the crack-gmat.com free full length diagnostic test. I thought it was close to the real GMAT CAT.
If you buy the Princeton review material, it comes with 4 full length tests, which are of decent quality too.
GMATPrep has two full length CATs, you can take one of those tw...
ChivaS replied to GMAT takers in August 2007
Avinash,
Good to know about your interest. And I welcome you aboard.
For the question related to which material you should buy ( physical form ),
Kaplan 800
OG-11 ( which you already have )
should suffice the need considering that you have the other xsniped stuff like OG-10, 1000 ...
ChivaS replied to GMAT takers in August 2007
Aastha,
Practice, Practice and Practice .
Thats it ! there is no easy way to success in GMAT for those who are not as good in Verbal
sections ( types ME )
My scores started improving ( though my starting score was 660, and aiming to add a hundred) , once I completed Manhattan SC, and...
ChivaS replied to GMAT Critical Reasoning Discussions
I think answer choice D explains it :)
Because the option says, spreading of chemical in potato fields
makes the nemetodes come out of the cyst.
And then, look back to the manifacturer's suggestion to spread the
chemical while the potatos are not planned.
So, option D quantitativ...
ChivaS replied to GMAT Problem Solving Discussions
Answer choice as pointed by dumbJoe, man-h , is B ( 2 alone sufficient ).
The reason I shared this question is, to let you all know the following points :
1) One has to keep in mind that there is secondary information avaiable within the given
information. example (2x+ y =32) is the give...
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ChivaS replied to GMAT Problem Solving Discussions
Puys ! one more DS qn!
x > y > 0. If x and y are integers, is y even?
(1) x - y = 1
(2) 2x + y = 32
A,B,C,D,E , just the usual DS answer choices ( 1 alone, 2 alone etc ... )
Cheers,
ChivaS
ChivaS replied to GMAT Problem Solving Discussions
As told ealier , posting the explaination for this question :
If you call the three numbers x, y and z, and let x be the biggest, then the question tells you that x = square root of the product of x, y and z. If you square both sides of this equation you get:
x = xyz (which gets rid of the...
ChivaS replied to GMAT Sentence Correction Discussions
Choice : B : experiements investigating the effects that
chages in 'X' would have on 'Y'.
A: "as to" not appropriate
C: intense experiments.. should be be followed by "for"
D: alterred the meaning :
investigated changes in working conditions' effects ...
ChivaS replied to GMAT Problem Solving Discussions
Hey Puys, one small DS question,
Give it a try , I will post the answer with explaination by evening today!
If the square root of the product of three distinct positive integers is equal to the largest of the three numbers, what is the product of the two smaller numbers?
(1) The largest ...
ChivaS replied to GMAT Problem Solving Discussions
Sharad, good explaination that the lengths of tangents from external point will be same.
So, the sides have to be x+6, x+8 ;
but then the later explaination in the solution diagram assumes that the extension of the
angular bisectors are going to become parpenticulars onto the apposite si...
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