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Re: Practice exams, timeline and strategy

General GMAT Strategy Questions

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I think it’s great to have high goals and push yourself as long as you recognize that you can still be successful even if you don’t hit that ultra-high level. :)

Good luck with everything – let us know …

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Re: GMAT coaching

General GMAT Strategy Questions

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Yes, most business schools (including Harvard) require work experience. For a while, Harvard had a program that allowed people to apply during their last year of university, but those students still had to go and work for 2 years before they started …

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Re: Drastic improvement needed on Quants (44/58%)

General GMAT Strategy Questions

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If the admissions committee told you that a quant score above the 90th percentile on the GMAT is mandatory, then they are unfortunately completely ignorant as to how the GMAT scoring works. There is only one score that …

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Re: Distance rates question

General Math Questions

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For those who are still looking for the answer: my attempt.

F is the freight train, P the passenger train. s(F) and s(P) are the speeds of F and P respectively. s(P) = s(F)+20 mph.
Speed(s) = distance(d)/time

In 2 hours, …

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