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Best Strategy for Data Sufficiency for a newbie.

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Hi GMATters,

Can someone please help me with a good strategy to prepare for DS section of GMAT. I mean the step by step approach to crack the DS questions efficiently :) .

Thanks in advance!!

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sejpara wrote:
Hi GMATters,

Can someone please help me with a good strategy to prepare for DS section of GMAT. I mean the step by step approach to crack the DS questions efficiently :) .

Thanks in advance!!

Cheers!!
Chirag



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New post 24 Aug 2016, 23:04
Hi sejpara,

If you need help to tackle DS questions, we think our course is a perfect choice for you.
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