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I heard that MGMAT has a nifty way of identifying your weaknesses via some spreadsheet. Does anyone know of an equivalent resource?
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I would like to know all about it as well !
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I'm not sure what the that one looks like, but I saw one I kind of liked.

It had columns for time, answer, how you felt about the question (it seems like this might've come in handy had I had more time) and then whether you got it right or wrong and if the error was a stupid mistake or if it was because you missed a concept.

I would've probably incorporated some of this in my studies, but I didn't really have much time to be plotting statistics in a spreadsheet. Instead, I put together a quick and dirty one based on time and whether the answer was correct. I also listed the type of question, but to be honest I couldn't really see that much of a pattern.
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can someone share something like it?
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MGMAT's error log is pretty cool. It's an excel spreadsheet where you can enter your answers to the OG problems. Then, it automatically marks it correct or incorrect and provides detailed statistics about your performance and your right/wrong ratio per topic. It gets even better. You can use it with an online timer and answer grid that allows you to easily paste the information into the spreadsheet. This is helpful to evaluate your performance timewise. I have been using it for the past couple days and man, it's almost like falling in love with MGMAT, yet again

The other one you guys are talking about can be found at beatthegmat.com. I saw it a few weeks ago (http://www.beatthegmat.com/new-error-lo ... 10325.html) but I think it's too time consuming.

Hope this helps.
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