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On the GMAT, ensure 'completing' each section.- "no attempts" attract greater penalty than "negative attempts" do.
Speed = distance/time
Average speed = (total distance)/(total time)
When two bodies move in same direction: difference of their speeds
When two bodies move in opposite direction: sum of their speeds
"Do so" is the correct usage when "so" refers to an action.
"Do it" is the correct usage when "it" refers to a noun.
As "do" generally refers to actions, "do so" is more often correct than "do it".
Mocks are not just for testing preparedness.They build stamina/temperament/strategy.They keep you in touch with all topics.PRACTICE MOCKS REGULARLY!
In DS, "combine" the two statements only when each statement fails alone.
Q. If X is an integer, is X a multiple of 12?
(1) Two of the factors of X are 5 and 7.
(2) X is a product of two odd integers.
The answer is not C.
The answer is B.
You can score the 99th percentile despite getting 20% questions incorrect.
Don't get stuck on any one question!
In DS, an answer is achieved only when the answer is "consistent".
Q. Is X a multiple of 24?
(1) X is a multiple of 6.
(2) X is a multiple of 4.
X = 24 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "Yes".
X = 12 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "No".
"Inconsistent". Hence, insufficient. Answer is E.
Be cautious when you see "numbers" in CR questions.
- Often, the key to solving the question lies in those numbers.
Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.
The mind-map-strategy for RCs
1.Skim through the first paragraph.
Take your eyes off the screen.
2. Ask yourself the paragraph's "purpose" .
Purpose is always very, very brief.
Avoid paraphrasing the details.
3. Skim through the next paragraph.
Take your eyes off.
Ask yourself the paragraph's "purpose".
Link the purpose of the first paragraph with that of the second.
4. Keep repeating Step 3 for all the subsequent paragraphs.
1-week gap in prep hurts your progress by 3-weeks.
Sum of exterior angles in a polygon with any number of sides: 360 degrees
Sum of internal angles in a polygon with "n" sides: (n - 2) x 180 degrees
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