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Topics being phased out of GMAT [#permalink] New post 30 Mar 2013, 23:03
Hello, i've heard from some people that the GMAT is going to be changing and i wanted to get any other insight so i am not studying topics that aren't even on the test anymore.

1. idioms - i've heard this a lot but i have been working through the OG13 and there are still several idiom errors in SC questions. is this something that i won't see when i take the actual GMAT?

2. i also heard certain math concepts, such as inequalities, are becoming less frequent. this would make me happy if true because i don't like inequalities.

does anyone know if there is any truth to these rumors? was there anything you were surprised to see or surprised NOT to see when you took the actual exam?
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Re: Topics being phased out of GMAT [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2013, 02:25
TLS518 wrote:
Hello, i've heard from some people that the GMAT is going to be changing and i wanted to get any other insight so i am not studying topics that aren't even on the test anymore.

1. idioms - i've heard this a lot but i have been working through the OG13 and there are still several idiom errors in SC questions. is this something that i won't see when i take the actual GMAT?

2. i also heard certain math concepts, such as inequalities, are becoming less frequent. this would make me happy if true because i don't like inequalities.

does anyone know if there is any truth to these rumors? was there anything you were surprised to see or surprised NOT to see when you took the actual exam?


No truth. Read this.

you can't go expecting some questions to be popped at you. No question of being surprised at NOT seeing something on the test.
Re: Topics being phased out of GMAT   [#permalink] 01 Apr 2013, 02:25
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