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Just curious if anybody has ever noticed a correlation [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2006, 19:41
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Just curious if anybody has ever noticed a correlation between LSAT logic puzzles and some GMAT Combination/Permutation/Probability problems?

Essentially, are they worth practicing at all?

On a related note, for those who have taken the LSAT and GMAT, did you find the logic puzzles easier or more difficult to master than Data Sufficiency problems??

Anybody?
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