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Any good Math book for practising the GMAT quant section??

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New post 08 Nov 2006, 18:21
Hello everyone,

A newbie to this forum and already loving what I am seeing. :)

I am preparing for the GMAT and need some pointers for a good Math workout book that teaches the basics and has some tough questions to master the topics. I prefer to practise questions that are tougher than what appear in GMAT. Any recommendations? Call me crazy, but I would prefer a real math book than one of the GMAT ones which try to teach us how to beat the GMAT folks (by guessing/eliminating) instead of teaching us Math!

Thanks in advance.

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I suggest the latest version of Kaplan Gmat Math. Search for it at Amazon.

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New post 10 Nov 2006, 08:45
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I suggest the latest version of Kaplan Gmat Math. Search for it at Amazon.


I really need a refresher course and was hoping to get a real math book. But thanks for the suggestion anyways. I will go and take a look at Barnes and Nobles

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