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None of us would like to falsely inflate simulated CAT scores. That could happen if you post your questions without indicating the source. Anyone discussing them on the forum is going to be extra confident (and annoyed) if they appear in a practice test.
Tagging with source helps avoiding such questions for those who are appearing GMAT for the first time.

I hope moderators will soon introduce source field as mandatory for such postings. Pardon me if you come across this message in every section.
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Re: Please tag your questions with source [#permalink]

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New post 03 May 2010, 08:13
Dear Indien,

I didnt get what exactly you suggest. Do you want to mention the correct tag with each question or you dont want people to post their problems on GC?

Also, what if a question gets poped-up in different tests?
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