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# Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions

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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
abhimahna wrote:
adkikani wrote:
Can you suggest if I can present my specific queries after posting the question.
If so, which place is correct to place such queries after question and OA?
I see only message body and a lot of people may get distracted to eliminate POE based on my posted queries.

Hi adkikani ,

You can always add your query as a spoiler below your question. This way, people answering your question can check your specific query.

Thank you abhimahna, Can you please make the source tag which says OTHER editable since I am not able
to edit it. Additionally please add POWESCORE CR BIBLE as one of the sources in the tag.

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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
I cannot find an option to post a new question. Kindly guide the procedure, I have read the rules mentioned above but unable to find a TAB to allow me post a new question.
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
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I cannot find an option to post a new question. Kindly guide the procedure, I have read the rules mentioned above but unable to find a TAB to allow me post a new question.

Hey siddreal ,

You can find the new question button here as shown below:

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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
Hi,

Can anyone help me understand what is the purpose of using
1) Deferred Official Answer
2) Poll Creation
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Hi,

Can anyone help me understand what is the purpose of using
1) Deferred Official Answer
2) Poll Creation

1. You can use Deferred Official Answer when you want people to discuss a question not knowing the OA so to initiate the debate.

2. You can use a poll if you want users to vote on something. For example:
Do you use any material other than official? Yes/No
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
Hi! I just wanted to know whether it's wrong to ask for kudos at the end of a question I've just posted. Thanks!
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
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Hi! I just wanted to know whether it's wrong to ask for kudos at the end of a question I've just posted. Thanks!

I'd say a good post will get kudos sooner a later, no need to ask for it.
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
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I want to say one thing Please! Please! Please! add the source of the question. A lot of well known prep companies' Source Tags are built in and available while we post the question. If your particular source tag is not available kindly add source at the very end of the question like this one

https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-percenta ... 36311.html

Source shows the credibility level of the question and it is important.

PS: I Also have many posts without mentioning source, they were posted initially when i joined the Club and was not aware of the rules. Now whenever i came across such posts as without source, i just edit them and add source.

Thanks
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
How do I post a new topic to a specific sub-forum? In this case Verbal Resources....
When I go to the said sub-forum, there is no option of 'New Topic'
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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
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How do I post a new topic to a specific sub-forum? In this case Verbal Resources....
When I go to the said sub-forum, there is no option of 'New Topic'

You cannot start new topics in that forum. It is a forum for the best topics. Only moderators are allowed to start new topics there. That’s for him it is reserved for the best of the best resources. Moderators determine what’s best and move it there.

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Re: Posting Rules - Read Before Posting New Questions [#permalink]
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KalElOzy wrote:
How do I post a new topic to a specific sub-forum? In this case Verbal Resources....
When I go to the said sub-forum, there is no option of 'New Topic'

You cannot start new topics in that forum. It is a forum for the best topics. Only moderators are allowed to start new topics there. That’s for him it is reserved for the best of the best resources. Moderators determine what’s best and move it there.

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Got it, thanks. I posted a thread for an error log created (did not exist on gmc before) and selected 'Resources' - hope it gets tagged right

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