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# Anyone use Manhattan Gmat's Number Properties book?

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24 Nov 2005, 21:54
How is it? what does it entail? are the problems easy or hard? thanks!

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25 Nov 2005, 10:14
It is no different from any other number properties book. The problems are a little harder than what you would encounter on the actual test, but I am guessing since I haven't taken the test yet

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25 Nov 2005, 13:13
From what I have read here, the two MGMAT books worth buying are the SC guide and Word Translations.

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# Anyone use Manhattan Gmat's Number Properties book?

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