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Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 10 Oct 2010, 04:00
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First post here, so apologies if i'm posting in wrong place, not following some forum rules or if there is something similar already floating around.

I basically created a "flashcard" file with multiple choice answers (content very small at the moment) and just sharing the file.
The excel file uses macro and they are visible in case you want to change it.
if you are in a good mood and create some content for it, please share it (question sheet)
Feedback is appreciated :-D

Cheers,
Reda
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 23 Oct 2010, 18:40
RedaEK wrote:
First post here, so apologies if i'm posting in wrong place, not following some forum rules or if there is something similar already floating around.

I basically created a "flashcard" file with multiple choice answers (content very small at the moment) and just sharing the file.
The excel file uses macro and they are visible in case you want to change it.
if you are in a good mood and create some content for it, please share it (question sheet)
Feedback is appreciated :-D

Cheers,
Reda


Welcome to the GMATClub Reda.

It was very kind of you to have posted something useful as part of your first post itself. Thanks for sharing it. Kudos to you.

Happy studying and good luck for your GMAT/MBA admission.
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 23 Oct 2010, 18:50
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Wow - very cool excel app indeed.

THANK YOU.

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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2010, 00:00
RedaEK wrote:
First post here, so apologies if i'm posting in wrong place, not following some forum rules or if there is something similar already floating around.

I basically created a "flashcard" file with multiple choice answers (content very small at the moment) and just sharing the file.
The excel file uses macro and they are visible in case you want to change it.
if you are in a good mood and create some content for it, please share it (question sheet)
Feedback is appreciated :-D

Cheers,
Reda

HI RedaEK
Welcome to the Gmat Club...:)
great initiative....
but sorry to say Ur excel sheet gives error in Visual Basic at times...
here is the screen shot attached...Also It would be great of you if u can explain if we need to do any other thing apart from clicking Random Button...can i do some manipulations in the boxes...??
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2010, 01:00
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RedaEK wrote:
First post here, so apologies if i'm posting in wrong place, not following some forum rules or if there is something similar already floating around.

I basically created a "flashcard" file with multiple choice answers (content very small at the moment) and just sharing the file.
The excel file uses macro and they are visible in case you want to change it.
if you are in a good mood and create some content for it, please share it (question sheet)
Feedback is appreciated :-D

Cheers,
Reda

HI RedaEK
Welcome to the Gmat Club...:)
great initiative....
but sorry to say Ur excel sheet gives error in Visual Basic at times...
here is the screen shot attached...Also It would be great of you if u can explain if we need to do any other thing apart from clicking Random Button...can i do some manipulations in the boxes...??

Hi Sandeep,
happy to fix it. Do you know which question is showing when you get this problem? Is this present with the original few questions or the error is coming up only with new questions? I'll see if I can get the error on my file and will upload it as soon as i have fix

Regarding your second question, not sure what you meant with the "Random Button". The original intention of this file was to answer/remember questions/things within 5 seconds (e.g. I should not "calculate" every time odd * odd). I sometimes forget about this goal and added few questions which are quite long but the file originally was not meant for those. So, if the file is working correctly, the questions in the "Questions sheet" should load randomly in the form. Once you select a button on the left, your choice is saved in the "Answers sheet" for review on weak areas (did I answer you question :-D )
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2010, 01:55
Welcome to the gmatclub RedaEK!

Interesting app! Thanks.
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 01 Nov 2010, 03:44
sandeep800 wrote:
RedaEK wrote:
First post here, so apologies if i'm posting in wrong place, not following some forum rules or if there is something similar already floating around.

I basically created a "flashcard" file with multiple choice answers (content very small at the moment) and just sharing the file.
The excel file uses macro and they are visible in case you want to change it.
if you are in a good mood and create some content for it, please share it (question sheet)
Feedback is appreciated :-D

Cheers,
Reda

HI RedaEK
Welcome to the Gmat Club...:)
great initiative....
but sorry to say Ur excel sheet gives error in Visual Basic at times...
here is the screen shot attached...Also It would be great of you if u can explain if we need to do any other thing apart from clicking Random Button...can i do some manipulations in the boxes...??

ok, regarding the file, the latest version I attached should fix the problem you had (I hope).
Regarding manipulating, you can add your questions in the "Question" sheet. First column is the question, column B to F should have the answer and column G should have the correct answer (1 to 5). Column H is just a tip in case you don't remember the answer and is shown after 5 seconds. As I mentioned in the past, the point of this file was to have my own flashcards with questions and a response rate of less than 5 seconds.
Regarding the questions already in the file, sorry if there are too few Q&A but they were not meant to be comprehensive. I just noted them as I was going along and I would actually welcome any additional contribution.
Thanks.

Update
I added the idioms from Crejoc's idiom list with examples (Thanks! it's from this forum but cannot post links)
I'd say it's not a perfect fit but it works (for me at least)
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Re: Memory Brush Up File [#permalink] New post 02 Nov 2010, 02:10
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