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# Perpendicular Bisectors

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25 May 2007, 07:02
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Hi All,

I am just starting to prepare for my GMAT, getting all concepts cleared. I have a question though.

How often do "Perpendicular Bisector" and problems based on complex sequence rules come in GMAT. I am not sure if I should spend time preparing if chances of getting these problems in GMAT is rare.

I am aiming for 700+ in GMAT and want to prepare for all required concepts. Please advise.

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Simi
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25 May 2007, 07:51
Simi wrote:
Hi All,

I am just starting to prepare for my GMAT, getting all concepts cleared. I have a question though.

How often do "Perpendicular Bisector" and problems based on complex sequence rules come in GMAT. I am not sure if I should spend time preparing if chances of getting these problems in GMAT is rare.

I am aiming for 700+ in GMAT and want to prepare for all required concepts. Please advise.

Regards,
Simi

This kind of question is not rare, so I'd recommend to learn it. To be honest when I started I thought I'd never understand it. But remember each problem can be solved using basic principles of algebra and geometry. Check http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=45587
I posted some good material that can help you understand most of the principles.
Good luck
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01 Jun 2007, 09:46
Thanks so much Sergey. I have been looking at the information available (link you pointed) and it has been very helpful.
Thanks   [#permalink] 01 Jun 2007, 09:46
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