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Which area seems to be the most terrible one for u? ;) :)

Which area seems to be the most terrible one for u?

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Country: India

Problem Area: Probability/Counting

Thanks,
MRD
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Definitely Probability although I have to admit that I can brush up on other areas as well
Senior Manager
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is there an area for silly mistakes ...thats where i fall.
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Unnecessarily answering C in DS when it is actually A or B. Would this fall under silly mistakes or rank stupidity ?
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problem area [#permalink]  09 Sep 2007, 08:31
Hello Fig,

Problem area for me is with med/difficult mixture problems, which unfortunate come in a variety of ways.

MGMAT provided useful insights, PR little to none. . .

I was wondering if there are any notes out there that deal with the logical assumptions that can be drawn from algerbraic expressions: Short cut to testing numbers.

For example:

if b/a = even then b must be even
or
if a, b, c are integers and (a-b)c = odd then a and b are not the same: 1 odd and 1 even

Are there any notes out there that have made these kind deductions. I am hoping to supplement my practical ability to test numbers, and I'm lazy.

Thanks pal,
mww7786
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Re: problem area [#permalink]  03 Oct 2007, 23:47
I agree with mww7786!

I also want such kind of list.

well, I am from India but working in Singapore since 8 years.

My weak area is - statistics means probability and mean/mode. Once upon a time I was too good in these areas but I need to refresh my knowledge.

Silly mistakes will go as you practice more and more.
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Hi, find it quite a usefull survey!!

Country : Kazakhstan (yes, the one Borat advertised about, lol, watch the show while preparing for Gmat), Central Asia, native language is Russian, have been living in US for 6 months
Most difficult area: Probabilty
other difficult areas: the rest

Good Luck to all!!
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INDIA-Probability/Counting and Absolute Values [#permalink]  25 Oct 2007, 00:46
INDIA-Probability/Counting and Absolute Values
INDIA-Probability/Counting and Absolute Values   [#permalink] 25 Oct 2007, 00:46

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