I do believe that all of us are pretty busy people and all of us want to pass the GMAT as better as possible.
I do believe that most of us want to rise the quality of content: both of the questions and of the discussions. In this way we will significantly improve the GMAT-club and ultimately the efficiency of our preparation will increase.
I do believe that tags
increase the number of certain questions, which one may look for in order to improve some of his/her weak areas.
For the aforementioned reasons I have created this thread to kindly ask /inform all people
to make the following check-list when they post questions:0. - or the most important
. Did I check whether this question was discussed before? Use search. - Yes, there are high chances that people will not repeatedly explain the question that had been discussed.1. Did you post OA?
- Yes, this is annoying to wait for OA for weeks or not to have it at all. 2. Did I underline SC questions? Did I boldfaced parts of CR Bold-faced question?
- it is really disturbing guys. 3. Did I tag appropriately the question?
- Doing so you will avail other people search a wider range of questions. For example it would be really nice to find all GMATprep SC weakening questions, or all difficult Science RC passages from LSAT. So, please indicate (tag) the source and the type of question.
Indicate the difficulty if and only if you are quite sure about the level of the question.
Guys, please let me know whether there is a need to add other points. Share your thoughts and ideas.
Hope this thread will be included to the next GMAT-club issue to inform the majority of Club members.
NEW: GMAT score = (Qscore+Vscore)*7.35+70, (with +/- 10 points).
Audaces fortuna juvat!
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