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Terrible! Answers are wrong.
I came across many example of poor reasoning and wrong answers, but this one is the most obvious and one for which no possible argument can be made in defense of the given logic.
(I'm copying in the text exactly, typos are all theirs).
Two naval cadets-Steve and Robert- received the same evaluation in only one of four areas. Each evaluation was on a scale of 1 to 10.
From which of the following statements can one determine whose average score was higher on the evaluation?
(Including only the relevant answers here)
C) Steves lowest score was less than or equal to Roberts highest score.
D) Robert received a score of 10 in three areas and Steve did not receive a score higher than 8.
The test says "The answer is C). Since they scored the same in only one area, Steves lowest score was equal to Roberts highest. Hence, in the other 3 areas Steve scored higher than Robert. Thus Steves aver- age score is higher than Roberts."
But C) says Steve's lowest score was LESS THAN or equal to Robert's highest, so it is completely meaningless; they could each have scored anything at all.
On the other hand D) is clearly true. They scored the same in one area and Steve had no score over 8 but Robert had 3 10's, meaning Robert scored a minimum of 6 points higher than Steve, for an average a minimum of 1.5 points higher.
Very helpful for on the go review. Topics are isolated so you can target your weak areas. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a bit of extra practice while away from their regular GMAT materials.
Great refresher app
This is a fantastic app! Not so much to study for the GMAT from scratch, but more to sharpen your skills and practice while on the go. The quick reference section on Math and English is especially useful.
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