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Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
06 Oct 2010, 22:15

Expert's post

cano wrote:

walker, bb and bunuel,

do you think using this book as a primary/solely resource for math preparation is enough? Or do I still need to read some other book?

Thanks for your advice.

We tried to focus on the most problematic areas that required the most attention and we are slowly building up other areas, addressing high value items first. _________________

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
08 Nov 2010, 19:17

I am preparing for GMAT and i have a problem in maths...i am week in math and i have to face many problems in maths such as integration,percentage and many others...please can anyone provide me GMAT math book.

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
09 Nov 2010, 01:50

hello everyone...i am preparing for gmat and i have problems in math such as integration,ratio,percentage...please can anyone provide me the best gmat book so i am able to solve all problems.

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
24 Nov 2010, 10:42

Hi there. I noticed you mentioned you were putting this together for a mobile app. Has that happened yet? Please direct me to where I might be able to find it. Thank you!

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
12 Jan 2011, 16:38

Thanks for this -- and particularly the pdf link. Terrific review material "summarized" for help -- I know there's a ton of information but I ended up just skipping those sections that I hadn't had any problems with. Will probably go back to those pages later on if/when I have time.

For anyone using the PDF, personally, looking at the individual threads for the discussion was helpful on topics, particularly on subjects where I was weakest. Lots of "dumb" questions asked by others for me

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
26 Feb 2011, 00:32

Is there some source where I can find practice problems for each of these sections in the Math Book?

I must mention here that I found a practice exercise for Cambinatorics. Very helpful. Therefore, anything on the same lines would be great! _________________

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
23 Jul 2011, 16:23

Guys, I am planning to review this book in my iPhone. I partially skimmed through some of the section a while ago randomly, and it looked like a very comprehensive book. Now that I am getting close to my final day, I am planning to review it all. Good thing it's in my iPhone, so I can review the concepts anywhere. I also ordered the MGMAT Advanced Strategy to skim it quickly to extract any short-cuts to keep in my arsenal for the final day. Given that I am decent in Quant, do you guys think the GMAT Club Quant book, accompanied with the MGMAT Advance book, is enough Quant material that I can review and be comfortable that I won't see big surprises on the D-Day? Anything else you guys think I "MUST" go through at-least once?

gmatclubot

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23 Jul 2011, 16:23

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