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New to this forum ..working on ironing out kinks in Algebra [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2013, 08:23
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I'm new to this Forum and I came here so I can score high on the GMAT and improve my skills needed to be successful. As I'm running through the Princeton Review GMAT book . I found Im still not grasping the "plugging in " concept in the Algebra section of the book are there any resources online or maybe a list on this forum that I missed(I searched believe me :) ) which have numerous questions like these so I can really solidify my understanding on this particular concept?

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I'm new to this Forum and I came here so I can score high on the GMAT and improve my skills needed to be successful. As I'm running through the Princeton Review GMAT book . I found Im still not grasping the "plugging in " concept in the Algebra section of the book are there any resources online or maybe a list on this forum that I missed(I searched believe me :) ) which have numerous questions like these so I can really solidify my understanding on this particular concept?

Thanks community!


Hi,
You are right on track by getting your fundamentals in quants, strong. The best resource for quants is MGMAT(based on the discussions and reviews given by many students in this club). Go through each of the topics in it, followed by solving numerous questions which are posted in this club.
Quant questions for practice, chapterwise, level wise
Top Best GMAT Quantitative Books
GMAT MATH BOOK for reference

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Re: New to this forum ..working on ironing out kinks in Algebra [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2013, 11:50
thanks! This a goldmine of information!

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