There is a poll this week by one of the members and it asks how many questions one needs to solve in order to feel comfortable.
A few respondents indicated up to 10,000.
I am the one who said less, closer to a thousands.
I just don't think one really needs to solve so many questions, esp since many of them are very similar.
I would love to hear what you think and what your perspectives are on this issue. Do you think you need a few thousand questions to make it?
I will be waiting.
This issue is rather worth discussing with GMAT prospective taker.
Many people believe that the more you do practice question, the better you can do well on this actual test, including me.
Maybe,the proverb-- " Practice makes perfect!"-- could illustrate this phenomenon.
In fact, I am adherent about this belief.
I agree sergei's opinion that the suitable and quality practice question is rarely on current market. I believe anyone only work and practice on their stuff and then do well on GMAT test if having excellent materials.
In this site, I think it could play a role about how to search or where this stuff downloads from, etc.
As for figure, I don't have overall concept about this issue.