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Tapan22: I am not sure there is a lot of focus on number theory in the current set of books. Would suggest categorization of problems under number theory (such as divisibility, last digit, even/odd etc) and looking them up on forum such as the gmatclub. I guess the key is to have 'seen' enough variety of these questions so as not to get bogged down when one encounters them. Most can be solved coolly using plugging in. May be there can be sticky posted on this subject.
Gmatmba: I have currently selected Chicago, Yale, Kellogg, Ross & INSEAD. Maybe I will add a few more given the test went well
Gidimba: Oops! did not mention these did I? Dont have them at hand, just remember that my percentiles were 86 & 96 for math & verbal respectively
Professor, Giddi77: You guys really helped clear my concepts. Thanks again!
Sorry for my belated congratulation . You're da man, the score is extremely good!!!
Good lucks to your application
BTW, your avatar is really interesting, is that from a Hongkong ancient martial art movie?!!
Sorry for my belated congratulation . You're da man, the score is extremely good!!! Good lucks to your application BTW, your avatar is really interesting, is that from a Hongkong ancient martial art movie?!!
Its from a hollywood movie call Kill Bill Vol. 2...about martial arts _________________