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One of my high scorer friends recently directed me to a book

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One of my high scorer friends recently directed me to a book called 'Winners Guide to GMAT Math'.
I was initially sceptical but found it to be a very good resource for Probability and Perm/Comb problems.
Seems to have good theory as well. Important since I had trouble with some of the explanations given in the gmat forum.

Worth a serious look. The site is:
http://www.my-gmat.com/WinnersGuideToGMATMath.html

Also has other useful stuff.

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New post 10 Feb 2006, 07:41
trublu wrote:
Looks shady to me.

Agree.

This guy has 5 posts and they are all directing people to that site.
I don't even think it's a real book. Just a digital file resource.
The content on the site reads like a non-native english speaker wrote it, too.
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