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# Does anyone have a "similar questions" directory/link?

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22 Feb 2013, 08:14
Hey guys,

I was wondering if anyone knows of a website or forum post that has problems that are similar to one another?

I've noticed that only some of Bunuel's answer explanations he'll link other similar problems to the one he just got done explaining . These are great because after Bunuel's fantastic explanations I want to go try out more similar ones and by doing 2-3 more similar problems I believe I can comprehend a lot more.

Here's one for example: eunice-sold-several-cakes-if-each-cake-sold-for-either-109602.html

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22 Feb 2013, 09:40
I'm afraid that will be really difficult to find.

you have only two options at this point:
1.) Use the threads that have collection of questions (similar to what you see in bunuel's signature)
2.) Use tags for difficulty level and different topics

You probably knew these two. For your question, the only way is to dig up posts and be lucky.
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26 Feb 2013, 15:33
DelSingh wrote:
Hey guys,

I was wondering if anyone knows of a website or forum post that has problems that are similar to one another?

I've noticed that only some of Bunuel's answer explanations he'll link other similar problems to the one he just got done explaining . These are great because after Bunuel's fantastic explanations I want to go try out more similar ones and by doing 2-3 more similar problems I believe I can comprehend a lot more.

Here's one for example: eunice-sold-several-cakes-if-each-cake-sold-for-either-109602.html

-Del

Some of the questions in the #100+ range are quite similar to each other here:

http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... -questions

They are typically labeled as "MBA Admissions Committee 1, MBA Admissions Committee 2"

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