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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Verbal Ability section of GMAT. You may share questions related to topics like Reading comprehension, Sentence Construction, Parallelism, Modifier, Preposition and Conjunction, Adjectives and Adverbs, Subject Verb Agreement, Tenses etc.

Vikram
Posted 9 days ago

Directions: For this question, select the best of the answer choices given.

Cases of accident victims having been “brought dead” to the hospital`s emergency wings, or the patient breathing his last on the road-side for want of medical care, or a patient waiting for dressing material to arrive while bleeding on hospital stretchers, are not uncommon.

Which of the following is a logical continuation of the paragraph?

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Quantitative Ability section of GMAT. You may share questions related to topics like Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry & Measurement, Statistics, Modern Mathematics, Data Sufficiency etc.

Sanpreet Singh
Posted 1 year ago

If x2 = y + z, y2 = z + x and z2 = x + y, then what is the value of ?

Post and discuss tips and tricks for building assertive and convincing arguments

Sabinder
Posted 3 years ago

Q99 The development office at Platonic University has provided a suggestion to evaluate ways of improving the revenue for overcoming there expenses. They further build up by addressing one potential solution by following what one of the universities has done. Greene University has been able to increase their revenues by accepting $100 million sum of donation by renaming themselves after the donor and the development office proposes a similar activity as a way to increase the quantity of donation. The argument sounds plausible but there are some logical flaws. Firstly, the argument is silent about the location of Greene University and the circumstances at which they were able to receive their donation. Secondly, the renaming of a university may result loss in the market value of the brand name and the recognition of the university. Thirdly, advertising to a homogeneous group of people may not result in increasing the amount of donations. The first flaw creates a false analogy. That is, the method adopted by Greene University may not work for Platonic University as the argument is silent on certain external factors. Greene University may be located where large majority could be of wealthy people who can afford such a donation. Methodology for the advertisement for donation could have played much important role. People could have reacted differently knowing the actual usage of the donation. The second flaw is the assumption that renaming of the university is the only way of receiving or increasing donations and the after effects. Extrinsic factors could have their toll. People may not be able to recognize the achievements of the university and may result in reducing the amount of enrollments for the future. A brand works on its created market identity. Renaming may change the university image and popularity and students might not want to enroll for a university who are not well recognized. Thirdly, by advertising to wealthy people only may not increase the number of donations. Revenue may not be affected much by the number of donations but could be by the sum of donation. The nature of the people gets them to donate rather than the wealth they attain. University could achieve more if they address to a heterogeneous group of people than one category. Thus, the argument is not logically convincing. The evidence provided to support the conclusion failed to address the above mentioned flaws. The argument could have been strengthened and made more reliable. The development office could access the expenses incurred to generate revenue and create more elaborate proposal.

This thread is dedicated to discuss general GMAT queries

Ash
Posted 2 years ago

Total no. of directors = 7 

Total no. of managers = 14 

Total no. of people with advanced degree = 20

Total no. of people earning more than 100,000 dollars an year = 13

Every person who earns more than 100,000 dollars without being a director or manager has an advanced degree.

If a manager is picked at random, the chances that he/she is earning more than 100,000 dollars, without having an advanced degree are Blank (i)

If a manager is picked at random, the chances that he/she is earning less than 100,000 dollars despite having an advanced degree are Blank (ii)

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Critical Reasoning section of GMAT.

Saurav Singh
Posted 3 years ago

About 96% of Scandinavian moths have ears tuned to the ultrasonic pulses that bats, their predators, emit. But the remaining 4% do not have ears and are deaf. However, they have a larger wingspan than the hearing moths, and also have higher wing-loadings - the ratio between a wing's area and its weight - meaning higher maneuverability.

Which one of the following can be best inferred from the above passage?

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TCY
Posted 4 years ago

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