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# 700 (Q50, V34, AWA 5.5) - Quantitative formula sheet posted

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08 Nov 2006, 05:35
Congratulations walletless..... Very nice score ! :D

Your debirefing is as well very good .... Best of luck for the following steps :D :D
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08 Nov 2006, 08:36
wessam20 wrote:
sorry, walletless....but i did not get from the thread where is the formula sheet? How can i get it? Thanks for your help.

walletless wrote:
Op updated with quantitative formula sheet. Any feedback is welcome!

Sorry for the bad handwritings... If you have trouble understanding anything, please PM me or post in this thread. I will be happy to clarify

Were you logged in when you tried? I think the attachment only shows up if you are logged into GMATClub...

If you still continue to have problems, try this URL:

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08 Nov 2006, 08:38
Thanks happy_v and Fig. I will keep everyone posted on my progress
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09 Nov 2006, 01:58
AWA score updated - 5.5 (87%ile) .... thats not bad IMHO, considering I only practiced 2-3 essays

I owe a large part to Rhyme for this score
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09 Nov 2006, 18:12
walletless wrote:
AWA score updated - 5.5 (87%ile) .... thats not bad IMHO, considering I only practiced 2-3 essays

I owe a large part to Rhyme for this score

LOL again!

I just got my AWA, too.
5.5

My score is 50,34,5.5 Hahahahahah GOOD LUCK on your apps!
Where are you applying?
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09 Nov 2006, 19:47
walletless wrote:
AWA score updated - 5.5 (87%ile) .... thats not bad IMHO, considering I only practiced 2-3 essays

I owe a large part to Rhyme for this score

Awww... I appreciate the shout out.

Now how come I haven't seen you in the b-school forums yet?
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10 Nov 2006, 15:50
Ya I just started preparing my rough essay drafts and recommendation drafts for my reviewers. You will start seeing a lot more posts from me in the bschool forums soon
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10 Nov 2006, 15:52
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walletless wrote:
AWA score updated - 5.5 (87%ile) .... thats not bad IMHO, considering I only practiced 2-3 essays

I owe a large part to Rhyme for this score

LOL again!

I just got my AWA, too.
5.5

My score is 50,34,5.5 Hahahahahah GOOD LUCK on your apps!
Where are you applying?

Man..! That is great coincidence Same test day, same scores, same AWA... now lets see if end up in the same b-school

Applying to ISB, Kellogg, Chicago, MIT, and Wharton - how about you?
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12 Nov 2006, 19:52
walletless wrote:
died4me wrote:
walletless wrote:
AWA score updated - 5.5 (87%ile) .... thats not bad IMHO, considering I only practiced 2-3 essays

I owe a large part to Rhyme for this score

LOL again!

I just got my AWA, too.
5.5

My score is 50,34,5.5 Hahahahahah GOOD LUCK on your apps!
Where are you applying?

Man..! That is great coincidence Same test day, same scores, same AWA... now lets see if end up in the same b-school

Applying to ISB, Kellogg, Chicago, MIT, and Wharton - how about you?

It is meant to be!
I am applying to MIT, Wharton, Ross, maybe Duke, Cornell, Virginia, Yale... I still cannot make my mind on my back up schools.
I like Chicago, but realistically, I am not sure whether it is a good idea to apply only super elites. I may be a pessimist..

You know what? I think I will apply to Chicago instead of Yale or Virginia. Haha..

GOOD LUCK! we will be talking to each other a lot
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12 Nov 2006, 22:13
Absolutely! Ross was on my mind, but I do not feel confident about their reach, particularly to the west coast. I am debating on that - but I may end up applying to it.

How far are you with your essays/recos?

I think 700 is a good score, and if you have good stories to tell in your essays, and if your recommendations back it up, you should not have problem getting interview. IMHO, Ross, for someone with your profile, is a medium-safe school, but you should still consider keeping one safe school in your list if you absolutely want to start MBA in Fall'07. You are applying to WAY TOO MANY schools though, according to me

For me, ISB is a medium safe school. Wharton is a stretch... its good to pipedream sometimes

Kellogg and Chicago seem moderately possible. I may end up applying to Ross as another medium-safe school.
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14 May 2007, 11:20
Hi walletless (& others)
Thanks for the great tips and follow-up.
I am not able to download the attachment you mentioned in the original post even though I am logged into the forum.
Can you try to re-attach the file please?

Thanks
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08 Dec 2007, 11:36
hi very good piece of advices . I have 2 questions
how could you choose question in groups , i mean how you select diffrent questions for group?
how could one start developing quant section skills . Any suggestions ?
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09 Dec 2007, 13:06
walletless wrote:
Thanks ayushi,

Glad the formula sheet helped Let me know if you require any clarifications.

Good luck with your GMAT Preparations

awesome score! tell us about your quantitative experience -- difficulty, how many difficulty questions, time, etc.!

thanks!
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10 Dec 2007, 14:29
Watletless....The link to the SC by spidey is not working. Could you please confirm that you pasted the correct link? Thanks!
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15 Dec 2007, 19:10
thanks for the sheet man
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21 Jan 2011, 18:12
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I agree with you!
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Re: 700 (Q50, V34, AWA 5.5) - Quantitative formula sheet posted [#permalink]

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26 Jan 2011, 23:49
that formula sheet is quite concise
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Re: 700 (Q50, V34, AWA 5.5) - Quantitative formula sheet posted [#permalink]

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19 Apr 2012, 10:22
Hi guys I got some queston can one use a formula sheet on the test? I mean is it allowed to have like a resume of all formulas one might think may appear? Is there like a limit to the number of pages or we should memorize every formula and arent allowed to take a sheet of paper with formulas.
Re: 700 (Q50, V34, AWA 5.5) - Quantitative formula sheet posted   [#permalink] 19 Apr 2012, 10:22

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