A few days ago, I posted my concerns with a GMAT math guide: Jeff Sackmann's

Total GMAT Math. Here's my second try at it.

After reading some positive reviews, I decided to purchase the book. Although my expectations were high for this product, I certainly realized that a good score would mainly come from hard work, consistency, and determination - things that no book can provide.

After a few chapters, something felt off. The book does cover a great deal of topics, but the amount of space devoted to each section is miniscule - 1.5 to 3 pages at most. The rest is spent on questions. This would normally be fine, but it seems that the book doesn't cover the material sufficiently for readers to answer the end-of-chapter questions. I have dealt with and looked at other math guides, and they don't seem to share this characteristic.

Is my approach to this book wrong? I'm concerned that, even after reviewing the answers, I will only be able to answer these

particular questions and not different ones because I lack the necessary math skills and concepts.

If anyone can shed some light on this, I would be VERY grateful.

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