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GMAT Quantitative Section
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GMAT Data Sufficiency (DS)
Difficulty: 700-Level Exponents/Powers Out of Scope - Too Hard Source: 800 Score Source: Kaplan
Difficulty: 600-700 Level Fractions/Ratios/Decimals Percent and Interest Problems Source: Economist GMAT Tutor Source: Kaplan Advanced
Difficulty: Sub-600 Level Functions and Custom Characters Poor Quality Source: GMAT Club Tests Source: Knewton
Absolute Values/Modules Geometry Probability Source: GMAT Hacks Source: Magoosh
Algebra Graphs and Illustrations Remainders Source: GMAT Paper Tests Source: Manhattan GMAT
Arithmetic Inequalities Roots Source: GMAT Pill Source: Official Guide
Combinations Min/Max Problems Sequences Source: GMAT Prep Source: Power Prep
Coordinate Geometry Mixture Problems Statistics and Sets Problems Source: GMAT Prep Exampack 1 Source: Princeton Review
Distance/Rate Problems Number Properties Word Problems Source: GMAT Prep QP1 Source: Veritas Prep
Divisibility/Multiples/Factors Overlapping Sets Work/Rate Problems Source: Grockit Source: Other - Please specify
GMAT Problem Solving (PS)
Difficulty: 700-Level Fractions/Ratios/Decimals Percents and Interest Problems Source: GMAT Club Tests Source: Magoosh
Difficulty: 600-700 Level Functions and Custom Characters Poor Quality Source: GMAT Hacks Source: Manhattan GMAT
Difficulty: Sub-600 Level Geometry Probability Source: GMAT Paper Tests Source: Official Guide
Absolute Values/Modules Graphs and Illustrations Remainders Source: GMAT Pill Source: PowerPrep
Algebra Inequalities Roots Source: GMAT Prep Source: Princeton Review
Arithmetic Min/Max Problems Sequences Source: GMAT Prep Exampack 1 Source: Veritas Prep
Combinations Mixture Problems Statistics and Sets Problems Source: GMAT Prep QP1 Source: Other - Please specify
Coordinate Geometry Must or Could be True Questions Word Problems Source: Grockit
Distance/Rate Problems Number Properties Work/Rate Problems Source: Kaplan
Divisibility/Multiples/Factors Out of Scope - Too Hard Source: 800 Score Source: Kaplan Advanced
Exponents/Powers Overlapping Sets Source: Economist GMAT Tutor Source: Knewton
GMAT Critical Reasoning (CR)
Difficulty: 700-Level Questions CR Resources Out of Scope - Too Hard Source: GMAT Club Tests Source: Knewton
Difficulty: 600-700 Level Questions Debatable OA Resolve Paradox Source: GMAC Paper Tests Source: Magoosh
Difficulty: Sub-600 Level Questions Evaluate Argument Similar Reasoning Source: Gmat Hacks Source: Manhattan GMAT
Additional Evidence Except Strengthen Source: GMAT Pill Source: Official Guide
Assumption Inference Weaken Source: GMAT Prep Source: Verbal OG
Bold Face CR Logical Flaw Source: 1000 Series Source: GMAT Prep Exampack 1 Source: Princeton Review
Cause and Effect Method of Reasoning Source: Aristotle Source: GMAT Prep QP1 Source: Veritas Prep
Complete the Passage Must be True Source: e-GMAT Source: Kaplan Source: Non-GMAT questions
Conclusion Numbers & Percent Source: Economist Gmat Source: Kaplan Advanced Source: Other - Please specify
GMAT Reading Comprehension (RC)
Difficulty: 700-Level Questions Short Passage Source: Gmat Hacks Source: Magoosh Source: Other - Please specify
Difficulty: 600-700 Level Question Tone Source: GMAT Pill Source: Manhattan GMAT RC Resources
Difficulty: Sub-600 Level Question Debatable OA Source: GMAT Prep Source: Official Guide RC Strategies
Humanities Source: Aristotle Source: GMAT Prep Exampack 1 Source: Official Guide (Verbal Review) Reading Comprehension Resources
Science Source: e-GMAT Source: GMAT Prep QP1 Source: PowerPrep
Business Source: Economist Gmat Source: Kaplan Source: Princeton Review
Social Science Source: GMAC Paper Test Source: Kaplan Advanced Source: Veritas Prep
Long Passage Source: GMAT Club Tests Source: Knewton Source: Non-GMAT Questions
GMAT Sentence Correction (SC)
Difficulty: 700-Level Questions Gramatical Construction Resources Source: e-GMAT Source: Knewton
Difficulty: 600-700 Level Questions Idioms Style and Usage Source: Economist Gmat Source: Magoosh
Difficulty: Sub-600 Level Questions If-Then Subject Verb Agreement Source: GMAT Club Tests Source: Manhattan GMAT
Adjectives and Adverbs Infinitive Subjunctive Source: Gmat Hacks Source: Official Guide
Clauses Modifiers Use of Being Source: GMAT Pill Source: Official Guide (Verbal Review)
Comparisons Nouns Verb Tense/Form Source: GMAT Paper Test Source: Princeton Review
Conjunctions Out of Scope - Too Hard Verb Voice Source: GMAT Prep Source: Veritas Prep
Construction Pronouns Which/That Source: GMATPrep Exampack 1 Source: Non-GMAT Questions
Debatable OA Parallel Structure Such as/Like Source: GMAT Prep QP1 Source: Other - Please specify
Diction Participle Parallelism Source: 1000 Series Source: Kaplan
Gerund Punctuation Source: Aristotle Source: Kaplan Advanced
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GMAT Pill course Princeton Review course Sub 650 Score Strategies Perfectionist
Kaplan course Thursdays with Ron High Quant Score Tips
Knewton course Veritas Prep course High Verbal Score Study Notes
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Admitted - Which BSchool to Choose?
* General Question ESADE IIM Bangalore Mays Sauder
AIM ESSEC IIM Calcutta MBS (Manchester) Schulich
AGSM Fisher IMD McCombs (Austin) SDA Bocconi
Anderson Fordham Imperial McDonough (Georgetown) Simon (Rochester)
Babcock (Wake Foest) Foster ISB Melbourne Sloan (MIT)
Babson Freeman INSEAD Mendoza (Notre Dame) Smeal
Booth Fuqua (Duke) Iowa State Merage (Irvine) Smith
Boston U Georgia Tech Ivey Molson SMU (Singapore)
Broad (Michigan State) Goizueta (Emory) Johnson (Cornell) Moore St. Gallen
Carey (John Hopkins) Graziadio (Pepperdine) Jones (Rice) Naveen Jindal (Dallas) Stanford
Carlson (Minnesota) Great Lakes Judge Neeley Stern (NYU)
Carroll (Boston College) Guanhua Katz Northeastern Tepper (CMU)
Cass GWU Kelley (Indiana) NTU Terry
Ceibs Haas (Berkeley) Kellogg (Northwestern) NUS Thunderbird
Columbia Harvard Kenan-Flagler (UNC) Olin Tippie
Copenhagen HEC Montreal Kogod Owen Tsinghua
Cox (SMU) HEC Paris Krannert (Purdue) Queen's Tuck (Dartmouth)
Cranfield HKUST LBS Quinaln Urbana-Champaign
CUHK Hong Kong University Leeds Rady WP Carey
Darden Hough (Florida) Madison (Wisconsin) Ross (Michigan) Warwick
Davis HULT Mannheim Rotman Weatherhead (Case Western)
DeGroote IE Marriott (BYU) Rutgers Wharton (Pennsylvania)
Desautels IESE Marshall (USC) SP Jain Yale
Erasmus (RSM) IIM Ahmedabad Mason Said Ziklin (Baruch)
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School: Booth School: Ross School: Goizueta School: Jones Admitted from Waitlist
School: Stanford School: Darden School: Olin School: Fisher Work Exp: 0-5 Years
School: Columbia School: Yale School: NUS Singapore School: Smith Work Exp: 6-10 Years
School: Fuqua School: LBS School: Rotman School: Mendoza Work Exp: 10+ Years
School: Sloan School: Johnson School: Foster School: Judge US Applicant
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