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Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2008, 13:16
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Hi Admins,

Can we have one sticky for each test: Thereby all the questions related that particular test could be found in one thread.

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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2008, 13:27
Every question of each of the Tests can generate a lively discussion. This is why it's nearly impossible to place 37 questions of a single Test in one thread. Do I understand right that you suggest that we have 25 stickies? Please let me know. We'll have to think about it.

Thanks for the initiative!
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2008, 05:56
Yes dzyubam, that's what I was thinking.

Just that if we are trying to search for test questions/discussion sometimes it is difficult to wade thru all posts to find what we need..

Just think abt it..

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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2008, 06:09
I don't think we would need a sticky for each test. What I think could be useful is maybe something we could do in the Wiki pages. Place a link to each question's discussion. Have a column for each test. This way, rather than searching through all of the posts to find that no one has a thread about this question, or even worse yet, if we do an actual search, but the original poster formatted their subject and reference to the test # and question # differently, we may not find it. If I search for q01m01 for question 1 of the first test, i won't find anything if the poster wrote it m01q01. So have a page in wiki that links directly to threads of the question. Then it would only take 1 sticky to send people to the wiki page and then the wiki page to the correct threads.
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2008, 07:21
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jallenmorris wrote:
I don't think we would need a sticky for each test. What I think could be useful is maybe something we could do in the Wiki pages. Place a link to each question's discussion. Have a column for each test. This way, rather than searching through all of the posts to find that no one has a thread about this question, or even worse yet, if we do an actual search, but the original poster formatted their subject and reference to the test # and question # differently, we may not find it. If I search for q01m01 for question 1 of the first test, i won't find anything if the poster wrote it m01q01. So have a page in wiki that links directly to threads of the question. Then it would only take 1 sticky to send people to the wiki page and then the wiki page to the correct threads.


I think this would be very helpful. Great idea :)
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2008, 10:14
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jallenmorris wrote:
I don't think we would need a sticky for each test. What I think could be useful is maybe something we could do in the Wiki pages. Place a link to each question's discussion. Have a column for each test. This way, rather than searching through all of the posts to find that no one has a thread about this question, or even worse yet, if we do an actual search, but the original poster formatted their subject and reference to the test # and question # differently, we may not find it. If I search for q01m01 for question 1 of the first test, i won't find anything if the poster wrote it m01q01. So have a page in wiki that links directly to threads of the question. Then it would only take 1 sticky to send people to the wiki page and then the wiki page to the correct threads.


I agree.

Also, if we have a consistant format.
** Section : Q No : Source**
eg - PS : Q 10 : GMATPrep

or anything else.
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 11 May 2009, 19:49
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jallenmorris wrote:
I don't think we would need a sticky for each test. What I think could be useful is maybe something we could do in the Wiki pages. Place a link to each question's discussion. Have a column for each test. This way, rather than searching through all of the posts to find that no one has a thread about this question, or even worse yet, if we do an actual search, but the original poster formatted their subject and reference to the test # and question # differently, we may not find it. If I search for q01m01 for question 1 of the first test, i won't find anything if the poster wrote it m01q01. So have a page in wiki that links directly to threads of the question. Then it would only take 1 sticky to send people to the wiki page and then the wiki page to the correct threads.


I think this would be very helpful. Great idea :)


I second this -- I gave up trying to look for some explanations ... may not be such a good idea since the GMATClub Math exams are just taking me apart!!

I wonder if it is worthwhile having my confidence eroded ... :roll:
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 11 May 2009, 21:49
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What about a link to each question discussion thread from the test interface?

Don't need to look for anything in that case.....
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 12 May 2009, 15:47
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What about a link to each question discussion thread from the test interface?

Don't need to look for anything in that case.....


that would be fantastic!!
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 12 May 2009, 16:03
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What about a link to each question discussion thread from the test interface?

Don't need to look for anything in that case.....


that would be fantastic!!



Though it still means we need to assemble the links.
let me start with #25, since that's a free test that many take.
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Re: Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ? [#permalink] New post 13 May 2009, 13:13
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We are half way done with Math.
Feel free to add to the threads if anything was missed or any future/additional questions get discussed.
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