@sivaniim said:@Omkarp Well DI sets in this mock were definitely difficultthan iift 2011 but we can expect such DI sets since they have been asked in previous years.
As far as this mock was concerned, it actually had some easy questions hidden in between the difficult ones. I did not do any of the DI sets completely, but attempted select questions from all three.
these are the 8 questions that I attempted and got 7 right in it. None of these questions had any kind of complex calculations. I took about 14-15 min for these questions.
Section 1 - 15
section 1- 18c 01w- 17.66
section 2- 06c 05w-02.16
section 3- 03c 02w-01.75
section 4- 14c 09w- 08.25
section 5- 18c 03w- 17.00
section 6- 08c 02w- 07.33
oa- 67c 22w- 54.16
hope to repeat this come sunday(better rc performance)
all the best ppl for sunday...
@aanshu135 said:true but I still think some should exclusively mean 'some'
In these type of questions, if it's stated that Some resorts are hotels, then the popular and widely accepted belief is that it may mean that All resorts are hotels. It does go against the rules of English grammar but that's not how an MBA aspirant wishing to fetch marks in such questions is supposed to think 😁 In logical parlance, it may mean All.
So Some can always mean all. CAN and not WOULD. There are two possibilities that is, as explained earlier by @sivaniim (You tried your best buddy 😃 )
This doubt was solved by @PatrickDsouza on PG over a PM :mg:
And it got reinforced after reading LR by RS Agrawal.
@cynara thanx. Let's see then