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Hi, I am not sure if something like this even exists, but I was wondering if there is an application/program that will test you on specific GMAT questions? like lets say im weak in Algebra problems and want to focus on that, is there a program i can buy/download that will let me focus on certain types of questions, like lets say I wanted to do 15 Squares/Roots problems to reinforce the topic? I ask this because my studying is pretty spread out over a long period of time (usually can only study about 10 hours a week because of work) and im afraid I may begin forgetting stuff I studied earlier so this would be a good way to test myself on topics i covered a few weeks earlier. I go through the OG Guide books while studying so I feel like I can't really use the questions in here to review areas I may have forgotten because I have already done those questions before. For those of you that have an accounting background and studied for the CPA, it would be similar to Becker's CPA review where it allowed you to select certain areas of study and gave you mini quizzes on those areas. Thanks
The concept has been discussed and proposed a few times. But before i dive into it, I think you may be looking for something like this? viewforumtags.php
If not, would you mind letting me know why not/what's missing?
thanks man, that is very helpful. sorry I am not too familiar with this site so i didn't know about that earlier. it would be great if someone could make an app/program for these questions though, would def make it easier to go through them. you would prob need a license to use the official GMAT questions if you are trying to make some money off the app though, but if there are some eager programmers on these boards, this wouldn't be a bad idea to try your hand at.
It will download questions and sort them based on the tags/type/etc. There is a limitation, however, you can only keep 100 unattempted questions on the device; no limit to the attempted questions. This functionality is free once you purchase the app. (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch are supported) _________________
haha wow I should really search through the forums before posting questions. and it looks like the Android version of the app is only a week away so i can't wait to get my hands on that! thanks for the info!
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