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02 May 2011, 03:03
hi guys,
just one week ago i discovered this wonderful forum and i appreciate so much the quality and quantitative of informations that we can obtain.

I don't find any presentation section so i describe myself in two lines:
I'm a 22 universitary student,come from italy and i attend the third/5 year of engineering school...in italy each university last 5 years and my goal is to finish as soon as possible and take a degree..then i want to find a job abroad(in particularly i want to learn english very well) and then i try to enter in a b school...

so the point is:
my prepararation for gmat can start now,in a very slowly way with no hurry;)
i just bought the manhattan 8 guides,kaplan gmat 800 and the OG...now I'll begin to read it...

i ask you just some question:
-in general,to reach a 700+ score, i many mistakes at least i have to do?
-math questions: i read very fast some math questions and the first impact wasn't very good,but not for the complexity of the questions,but for the TIPOLOGY of question...when u try and try and try do the exercises,at the end the TIPOLOGY are more or less the same or each question is a worlds apart?

sorry for my english and good luck everybody for the future test!
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02 May 2011, 22:17
Welcome to GMAT Club.
The interesting thing about GMAT is that your score is not dependent on the number of mistakes you make but rather the number of hard questions you answer correctly. If you really are curious, you can see this thread: un-scientific-analysis-of-gmatprep-64970.html

I am not sure I understand your second question
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03 May 2011, 01:38
first of all thanks for answer!
sorry for my english and if i can't explain in a good way what can intend.
for example:
i've seen some questions about combinations and probability...if i prepare myself and made a lot of exercises about this subject,i find any correlation between exercises or each of them is separatly?

ie: find the last digit of 34^35

this is a tipology of a question...other times i can find different digit,but the process to solve the problem is more or less the same...ok..

now it's possible, to cover all the tipology of question or in each gmattest I cand find a question i never see before?
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