*In honor of the final season of Breaking Bad, we decided to put together our ultimate Breaking Bad GMAT quiz. Those of you who fall in the overlapping section of the “Breaking Bad Fan” “GMAT student” Venn diagram should test your skills below… yo!*

## 1. Data Sufficiency

Does x+4 = Walter White?

(1) x+4 is the danger

(2) x+4 is the one who knocks

A. Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) ALONE is not sufficient

B. Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) ALONE is not sufficient

C. BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient

D. EACH statement ALONE is sufficient

E. Statement (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to answer the question asked, and additional data are needed

## 2. Discrete Quant

The front portion of Walter White’s Roof is a 7 ‘ by 15’ rectangle. If the diameter of a pizza is 22”, what is the approximate area of the shaded region of this diagram?

A. 13,600 inches sq.

B. 14,740 inches sq.

C. 15,120 inches sq.

D. 15,500 inches sq.

E. 16,640 inches sq.

## 3. Critical Reasoning

Today, Walter White will cook 100 pounds of methamphetamine.

This argument is flawed primarily because:

A. Cooking methamphetamine presents a moral dilemma for Walter White.

B. Walter White has to prioritize the needs of his wife and children and be a better father.

C. Walter has already paid for his cancer treatment and no longer needs to cook methamphetamine.

D. There is a fly in the laboratory.

E. He was told not to cook that day and is obeying his instructions.

## 4. Critical Reasoning

Hank’s collection of rocks includes over 400 different items. Hank’s rock collection is clearly the most impressive in New Mexico.

This argument is flawed primarily because:

A. Rock collections are not judged by the total number of rocks but by the rarity of each item included.

B. Rock collections are not impressive to anyone.

C. Hank’s rock collection is a metaphor and therefore cannot be judged against other rock collections.

D. Hank’s wife stole most of the rocks and it is therefore ineligible for any superlatives.

E. They aren’t rocks, they are minerals.

## 5. Discrete Quant

Walter Junior eats 3 eggs for breakfast every morning. Given that Walter Junior never misses breakfast, how many eggs does Walter Junior consume in March?

A. 60

B. 74

C. 82

D. 93

E. 107

Answers are after the jump…

Answers:

1. C

2. B

3. D

4. E

5. D

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This is seriously brilliant & hilarious!

P.S. I got them all write except the first one haha

*right What is wrong with me. 4:30 am, time for bed.