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I am really happy for you. You have been a great buddy for the last few months. Thanks for all your help!
Ur SC skills can only be matched by the best of GMATClub members. Keep visiting the forums.. Wish you good luck for your apps!
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Damn straight, you nailed it brother V. 710 is good enough to get you into any school you choose, plus it`s a respectable accomplishment for someone who has balanced work and a family. Please stick around like Paul and help retards like myself.
Congratulations !! You put in the time and got the score you deserve.
Buddy you did it!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm sorry for being late to congratulate you since I've JUST got back from an onerous trip. I'm really very happy for you, buddy!!!!! ^.^ ..hik, so tired that i don't know what else to type but for sure i'll congratulate you in personal
Also, upon registering, two GMATPrep exams are available for download, right?. How come you have taken 4 GMATPrep exams?? Did you reset the results to take them again??
Yes, there are actually 2 tests avaiable , but you can reset & restart the tests, it gives different questions. Somehow, for my 4th test (2nd test reset) it gave me many same questions. Also, you can uninstall GMATPrep & try, I heard it gives totally different questions. Hope this helps.
Riuscita, Yes, there are actually 2 tests avaiable , but you can reset & restart the tests, it gives different questions. Somehow, for my 4th test (2nd test reset) it gave me many same questions. Also, you can uninstall GMATPrep & try, I heard it gives totally different questions. Hope this helps.
How many Coordinate geometry , Number theory and Acid Solution probs dis you see?
What was the difficulty level?? I am very weak in these areas and dont seem to be improving. Any advice on how to go about it.
I got only one question on co-ordinate geometry, pretty common one on slope of lines, it was a DS. I think it hit in the beginning itself, somewhere around 5th or 6th question. I got nothing on mixture but quite a few on number theory. Prime numbers, prime factors, GCDs, absolute values, addition of fractions, squares/cubes. Some problems were on algebra.
I suggest you not to ignore number theory problems, practice as many as you can, these problems are the easiest. Just grab a copy of 8th, 9th & 10th standard (Indian high-school if you are from India or have access to Indian books) books, they have fantastic basics which is just more than sufficient for GMAT. I'm sure similar books should be available in the US too for the high-school. Also, lot of help is available on the internet. Moreover, you can always feel free to post your doubts on our forum
I suggest a road-map: Start with basics of number system, co-ordinate geometry etc. Solve many very simple problems which are simpler than those appear in GMAT, then solve problems posted by members on our forum (try to explain when you solve), try to get access to GMAT Club challenges they will make you feel very comfortable Solve as many problems as you can everyday.
Remember one thing, If you fear or dislike something, face it again & again, force yourself to face it, you will get used it & the fear will automatically vanish or you will start loving that thing
I did this for RCs.
In your test preparation, you mention that you gave 4 GMATPrep tests and although there was repitition on the 4th, does that mean that we can get 3 distinct tests out of GMATPrep software unlike the 2 that GMAC promises?
Anyone else tried to squeeze 3 tests out of that software?
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