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Best place for distance/rate review and combinatorics

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Best place for distance/rate review and combinatorics [#permalink]

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16 Mar 2017, 17:46
Hi all, I am retaking the gmat 11 days. I need to continue to work on verbal, but I need to get quant up....it makes me so sad that a 47 is a 65% anyhow, I usually score 49 or 50 on practice exams (but I have testing anxiety). ANYHOW, my weaknesses are combinatorics and I'm not sure what they are called ( ex: 2 candles starts at same height but different widths one burns at 2inches per hour, the other burns at 4 inches per hour how tall is the other candle once the first candle is burned to bottom). The ladder type just takes me too long. Any advice on the best one stop shop for those 2 topics? I have been studying for 5 months, so I'd like medium to advanced questions with good explanations..I was thinking about buying manhattan prep, but I have already invested in so many resources that I'd rather not. Thanks!
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16 Mar 2017, 23:03
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gzimmer wrote:
Hi all, I am retaking the gmat 11 days. I need to continue to work on verbal, but I need to get quant up....it makes me so sad that a 47 is a 65% anyhow, I usually score 49 or 50 on practice exams (but I have testing anxiety). ANYHOW, my weaknesses are combinatorics and I'm not sure what they are called ( ex: 2 candles starts at same height but different widths one burns at 2inches per hour, the other burns at 4 inches per hour how tall is the other candle once the first candle is burned to bottom). The ladder type just takes me too long. Any advice on the best one stop shop for those 2 topics? I have been studying for 5 months, so I'd like medium to advanced questions with good explanations..I was thinking about buying manhattan prep, but I have already invested in so many resources that I'd rather not. Thanks!

You may like to look at this resource and practice questions: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-ps-ques ... 27957.html

This will in all probability help resolve the issue.

If you still struggle, would recommend you consider 1-2 private GMAT lessons - that may be a good way to find and resolve weaknesses. We have seen this to be particularly effective for people who are otherwise solid but struggle on a few concepts.
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Re: Best place for distance/rate review and combinatorics [#permalink]

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19 Mar 2017, 15:21
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You can find plenty of distance and combinatorics questions with video explanations here: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... -questions

Just look at the "question type" column in the middle. You can access the questions with a free signup. Video answers will require a paid membership.
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