Honestly, this post shows again the paradoxity of egmat
. I mean, youre post is excellent. But why dont you provide stuff like that to your customers? Why do I - as a customer - have to search in a public forum for such a great explanation from you. That is totally ridicolous.
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Other than that, yes we provide guidance to other students on GMAT Club as well. But as you can see here, we are not teaching any new concept that is not already covered in our course. The above post is talking merely about the application of concepts that you have already learnt. And frankly, in my humble opinion, you should not be going through all these application based posts in the first place unless you have a doubt on these questions. This is because going through such application posts frequently may impact your ability to independently apply the process.
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