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This was a collection of GMAT Prep SC collected by Sodenso, [#permalink]
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This was a collection of GMAT Prep SC collected by Sodenso, of GMAT Club. Since I've seen a lot of questions being posted about where to find it, I thought I should create a separate thread and make it a sticky with the document in it, so as to facilitate easier usability.
This was not my work; I'm merely reposting the thread which has, by now, vanished somewhere
Warning: Do NOT do these problems until you've completely exhausted your GMAT Prep. You will see some repeats otherwise and that would lead to unrealistic score inflation!
Somehow in the original file answers were marked in the question options. This made me a little bit uncomfortable to find the right answer choice without getting biased to the marked option. I wanted to get rid of this.
Hence, I've made following changes in the file (of course keeping the other elements intact including the source name!!)
1. Markings have been removed from options. So, you will never know the right answer unless you see the answer section. This will help to attempt question without getting biased to the marked options.
2. The whole questions have been clustered, each having 20 questions. Also bookmarks have been added. This will help to easily navigate between questions and answers.
3. Answers have been put in the same file, but at the bottom. Now one need not to toggle between two files while comparing answers. Now, bookmarks at the left side will help better.
Hi All I found there are more 180 SC questions attached in this thread. However, no body is discussing about the explanation of the answers. Can we please start discussing it on this form. May be we can have one link for every problem which requires discussion. In that case the thread will not be massive enough to track and each question will be systematically tracked in separate threads.
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