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19 Jun 2008, 12:24
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just idea:

Each problem in Math and Verbal parts of the forum has a button: Rate it!. If a person clicks on the button, he or she can rate this problem in the scale of score (800,700,600...level), of type (SC,RC,CR,PS,DS), of subtype (Number prop, inequalities....)

In the future, people could make search and chose, for example, only geometry problems of 700-level. I guess it could be improve quality of our learning.
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19 Jun 2008, 14:10
Excellent idea walker +1. Or we can do a percentile type system that GMAT itself uses. I.e. gauge the difficulty of the challenge problem depending on the percentile of people that get it correct.
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20 Jun 2008, 06:37
that would be awesome ... although am not sure of the technical difficulty in achieving something like that through this forum interface.

bsd_lover wrote:
Excellent idea walker +1. Or we can do a percentile type system that GMAT itself uses. I.e. gauge the difficulty of the challenge problem depending on the percentile of people that get it correct.

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Re: Idea for rating   [#permalink] 20 Jun 2008, 06:37
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