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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

SAT Sample Questions Analogies Part 1

SAT Analogy Questions are Given Below:

1. March, Skip, Jog 
Toss, Pitch, -- -- -- --
A. Hurl
B. Jump
C. Ballet
D. Swing over
Ans : A

2. Dinner, Banquet, Snack 
Refuge, Palace, -- -- -- --
A. Lobby
B. Defense
C. Paradise
D. Mansion
Ans : D

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Cover Letter Examples and Writing Guideline

A Cover Letter is a supplement to the resume that includes more detailed information about an individual. Cover letter examples can help an individual to prepare a perfect cover letter for an open position.  Actually a cover letter expresses individual’s interest in and qualifications for a position to a prospective employer. It introduces and highlights the key points in your resume and expresses your interest in a position.  It also shows off your qualifications to a prospective employer. In this article you will get some Cover Letter Examples with writing guideline. These cover letter examples will help you to furnish your cover letter and make a perfect one for an open position.

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

GMAT Reading Comprehension Part 1

GMAT Reading Comprehension is one of the best way to increase your thinking ability. Reading comprehension will increase your understanding and critical thinking ability. Five comprehensions are given below. Practice all of them and try to answer the questions without seeing the given answers. It will help you to judge your intelligence.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

SAT Practice Questions on Quantitative Comparisons Part 2

SAT practice questions on quantitative comparisons are given below.
(Consider 1=a, 2=b, 3=c, 4=d for answers)
1. D + 5C >10
Quantity 1: 10D + 2C Quantity 2: 34
1. Quantity 2 is greater than Quantity 1
2. Both the quantities are equal
3. Quantity 1 is greater than Quantity 2
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4. The relationship between the two quantities cannot be determined
Answer: (d)
Explanation:  D + 5C > 10
Hence, D > 10 - 2C
Multiplying by 5 to both sides of inequality,
5D > 50-10C
Hence, 5D + 10C > 5
Now Q1: 10D + 2C