thanx fluke! one more quest ..
if i have to buy two books from MGMAT, which topic out of what you said "Number properties, Absolute, algebra, geometry(2D, 3D and coordinate), weighted average/rate, percentage, Data interpretation" should i go for?
my difficulty level with all the abpve is almost same.
The books I mentioned were mainly for Permutation, Combination & Probability AND not both are from MGMAT; one is from Veritas Prep
I suggest getting MGMAT Strategy guides(All 5 of the quants guides latest edition) AND MGMAT SC
guide for Verbal.
You really don't have a choice. All those question types are equally likely to appear. Save "inequality and absolute" for the end as they are bit cumbersome and just be good at the rest, but no way can you skip inequality & absolute.
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