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# 710 Q47 V41

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28 Feb 2006, 07:58
Math section contained questions that were out of the blue.
Rest was smooth sailing.

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28 Feb 2006, 12:18
Hi,

Great score!

Can you elaborate on "out of the blue" question types. If you can't give specifics, can you steer me in a particular direction.

Rgds

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01 Mar 2006, 17:53
I was faced with a question from trigonometry,some from factorisation and coordinate grometry which seemed uncommon. I don't remember the questions now but these were some of the topics where i stumbled.

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01 Mar 2006, 22:14
Popeye wrote:
I was faced with a question from trigonometry,some from factorisation and coordinate grometry which seemed uncommon. I don't remember the questions now but these were some of the topics where i stumbled.

Trigonometry was beyond the scope of the ETS version of the test. Sounds like the new GMAT is harder.

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02 Mar 2006, 08:44
Very sneaky of them. Thank You Popeye!
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02 Mar 2006, 11:37
Trigonometry?
Can we get any possible details? I think maybe you are confusing some more difficult coordinate geometry with trigonometry. I beleive it is nearly impossible to do trigonometric calculations without a calculator.

GMATT73 wrote:
Trigonometry was beyond the scope of the ETS version of the test. Sounds like the new GMAT is harder.

I'm confused about this too. The test was previously administered by ETS and now Pearson. GMAC has always written the test, correct?
Besides, since OG11 is published by GMAC, and is the most recent version, and has no mention of any trigonometry, don't you think it would be unfair to place that in the test without listing it as one of the objectives?

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02 Mar 2006, 18:30
Congrats,
Very good score

Good luck with for apps process...

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