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# Dusting off the Math Skills...

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Dusting off the Math Skills... [#permalink]  11 Jun 2004, 05:30
Hi,

I've been out of the math world for a few years now - and as I start preparing for the GMAT, I have a few questions:

Does anyone know of a good resource or process for refreshing myself on the math portion of the GMAT? I know I can handle the verbal elements - math is where I may encounter problems. If anyone can weigh in on this it would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,
Erik
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[#permalink]  11 Jun 2004, 05:31
Hmm - I was logged in however it did not record my username.

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Re: Dusting off the Math Skills... [#permalink]  11 Jun 2004, 05:47
Erik wrote:
Hi,

I've been out of the math world for a few years now - and as I start preparing for the GMAT, I have a few questions:

Does anyone know of a good resource or process for refreshing myself on the math portion of the GMAT? I know I can handle the verbal elements - math is where I may encounter problems. If anyone can weigh in on this it would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,
Erik

Just follow the forum. People post lots of good stuff every day. There are also many sound explanations from people who know math like stolyar, Paul, Emmanuel, and other (sorry for anyone whom i don't mention).
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Re: Dusting off the Math Skills...   [#permalink] 11 Jun 2004, 05:47
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