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# tiny distress

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20 Mar 2006, 06:55
Actually, I'm very new here.. and not a native English user.
I had above 90% hit ratio when solving OG 11th, though not under a timed situation.

But, how come my hit rate on the Qs posted here is below a third? Is it simply because the Qs posted here are originally difficult and complicated, or for other reasons?? Could anybody cheer me up?
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20 Mar 2006, 07:01
Ahn young ha seo

Yes, the quantative questions posted here are normally considered more difficult than those of real tests ( This is remarked by many members). However, to be honest, the questions posted here lately are quite close to real GMAT questions. I'd like to suggest you keeping participating in solving those problems, facing your own weak points, you'll improve a lot
Don't be frustrated at first
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23 Mar 2006, 03:37
Yeah, I concur!
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30 Mar 2006, 17:37

I found that some of the problems here are harder but as long as you study the concepts and practice it should get somewhat easier.
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