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Here's a link to a large collection of PR practice questions, organized by topic.
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-probl ... questions/

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27 Feb 2013, 12:19
This is great Mike!
I am 15 days away from my retake(I scored just Q39).What would be the best way to use the link that u have given?

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shreerajp99 wrote:
This is great Mike!
I am 15 days away from my retake (I scored just Q39).What would be the best way to use the link that u have given?
Thanks,
Shreeraj

Dear Shreeraj
That's a good question.

I would say --- have a six-minute timer on hand, and when you click the link --- as soon as you see where the questions are, start the timer, and try to finish all three within six minutes (for the ones with only two on the page, give your self four minutes). Once you have finished a batch, say, repeating this procedure for three or four pages worth, then go back and grade your work ---- if you got one or more wrong, read the article carefully. If you have any questions about what it says on any blog page, ask in the comments right on that page.

How does this sound?
Mike
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02 Mar 2013, 13:06
Mike !,
I cannot thank you more.. This is exactly what i ve been looking for all these days..
Thank you so much. I m glad i came across this thread
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Mike !,
I cannot thank you more.. This is exactly what i ve been looking for all these days..
Thank you so much. I m glad i came across this thread

You are quite welcome! Let me know if you have any questions.
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