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Ritesh J.
GMAT 760. Electrical and Electonics Engineer. Coder. Consultant
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GMAT
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Question:

What's the best way to tackle GMAT Analytical Writing Assesment?

Ritesh J.
Answer:

Remember that GMAT AWA is more of an argument analysis than an essay-writing question. Your proficiency in grammar and your adroitness with vocabulary, while good, will not play a great role in fetching you a 6 on 6 in GMAT AWA. Your argument is analyzed by a programmed computer first and then by a person. The best way, in my opinion, to tackle this section is to stick to the below format (it helped me get a 6 on 6 in my GMAT): 1st Paragraph - Restate the crux of the argument in simple terms and clearly specify if you are for or against the presented argument. 2nd Paragraph - Write 'Firstly'......followed by your strongest argument to support or counter the question statement. 3rd Paragraph - Write 'Secondly'.....followed by your second logical argument 4th Paragraph - Write 'Finally' ....followed by your final argument 5th Paragraph - Write 'To conclude/To Summarize'....Follow it by a one-line summary of the 3 points you have mentioned above. State that 'On the pretext of the above-mentioned points'....followed by your conclusion (whether you support or counter the question stem). Also, state a way or two to improve or strengthen the argument or how can the veracity of the stated argument be verified. That's it! Enjoy your 6!

C Programming
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Question:

What will happen if in a C program you assign a value to an array element whose subscript exceeds the size of the array?

Ritesh J.
Answer:

While modern compilers do take care of this case, in older compilers, the index of the array size is exceeded, thereby crashing the program.

Physics
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Question:

How do you visualize current?

Ritesh J.
Answer:

Current is a reverse flow of electrons and can be very easily visualized with the help of an analogy. Imagine the transfer of heat. Heat is a flow of energy from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature (the temperature gradient). Heat continues to flow between tow bodies unless their temperatures become equal. Similar is the flow of electricity. Instead of a difference of temperatures and the creation of a consequent temperature gradient, in this case, there is a difference in potentials (potential gradient). Current flows across the potential gradient as long as the potentials on both the fronts are equalized.

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