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Crack-GMAT Tests [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 12:59
Has anyone taken the 5 full lenght tests offered by http://www.crack-gmat.com ?

I wanted to get a feel of how their scores correlate to other Test scores (like PP or PR or Kaplan) or the actual GMAT.

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 13:13
No , i have not heard of too many guys use that product.

Especially for verbal, which i believe is your problem area, its not worth practicing with too many outside sources. OG and LSAT are great prep tools for verbal. just select the right questions from the CR and practice with them. you should be fine.

For SC, we have a lot of stuff in the download area. you can practice with those questions.

ofcourse, my favorite tip: Maintain an Error log.

let us know if you need more help

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 21:26
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Thanks for your advise.
One question though: Now I have more than 100 posts and I guess I can maintain an error log in the site? How do I do that? Do I have to register somewhere?
Please advise.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 23:28
your log will be up in 5 min. it is part of the error log for active members forum.

thanks srijay for your help
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2004, 11:54
Got it!
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2004, 12:39
srijay007 wrote:
It's working :lol:


was it not useful? if you have any ideas to improve the concept, you are welcome to share it with us.

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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2004, 23:58
Was wondering if there is a way I could move a particular thread to my Error Log folder (My objective was to archive some really good SC/CRs for future reference before they get lost in the stack). Now I have to create a new topic in error log and copy-paste.

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 [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2004, 00:26
srijay007 wrote:
Was wondering if there is a way I could move a particular thread to my Error Log folder (My objective was to archive some really good SC/CRs for future reference before they get lost in the stack). Now I have to create a new topic in error log and copy-paste.

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There is a "add to favorites" feature. you can see that at the bottom left of every topic

The error log is to write notes for yourself. you cant do that with the "add to favorites" thing. How you want to use the error log is upto you.

I just find that whenever i wrote down what i think is the problem , i never did that mistake again. that is why i wanted you guys to have a forum where you can write notes for yourself.

I thought it was pretty clear how the log should be used. anyways,here is what i think will work

1. copy paste the original problem
2. copy paste your explanation , if you did explain
3. copy paste the solution or the better explanation
4. write down clearly what error you did.
5. prepare an excel sheet and keep updating that sheet with the count. say, "misread question" is an error ...so everytime you do that error, go back to the excel sheet and increase the count by 1. keep a weekly chart.
see, how many errors you are eliminating and how many you are adding to the chart.

this is one way to maintian an error log.

how you want to prep. is totally upto you.
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