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Hi All, 1.3.4. GMAT ToolKit update makes it possible to sort your records and use "guess" option in the Books. Thanks for your feedback! I think it is time to add statistics to the OG books that would allow you to track your performance and focus on what's important. Do you intensively use GMAT ToolKit, especially the Books tool? Please, help us get it right. Just let us know how you think the statistics tool has to work to help you in the most efficient way, what statistical data are the most important for you and how you would show them.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you and keep working on the app.
... I would have liked a plan/checklist and a layout/interaction based on time left to exam...
... I think the most useful metrics would be: -- Most wrong topics/subjects (tag clouds, may be. attached is my tag cloud of OG 11 SC) -- Most time consuming topics/subjects -- Avg. time taken by topics/subjects
I think these values should help in isolating problem areas.
as you know, I already have this toolkit. I am eying a score in the 700+ range. I am debating whether I should buy Gmatclub's test or Jeff Sackmann's extreme challenge set. This toolkit already has 111 hard quant questions, and it doesn't seem like that the questions are repeated from m01 or m25.
Would you say that these 111 hard quant questions should suffice for practicing 48+ level questions? I think at a certain point, analysis of answers is more helpful than practicing.
111 hard questions were selected from GMAT Club's tests on the base of statistics we have for a couple of years. From my experience, understanding of concepts is what really important in quant. So, sometimes I spent a lot of time on one hard question in order to grasp a new concept. In my case it was probabilities/combinatorics. Try this way with 111 hard questions, if you see improvements, keep going and GMAT Club tests will be helpful, if not, just try something else.
Just bought it. Great App. Really neat how it can collect questions from the forum. How does it work? I don't see any forum post parameter for answer to questions. Are these accurate (at least as much as the original post)?
Congrats! I hope the app will help you in your way to 700+!
OA is accurate as much as original post. The app adds a question only if there is information about OA inside a thread. Otherwise, the app just ignores the question. For example, if there is a string like "OA is B" or "OA: B", the app uses B as OA for the question.
If you have any other ideas/thoughts, please, let us know
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