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# Building your math intuition for various topics

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Joined: 20 Feb 2018
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20 Apr 2018, 04:55
I really love magoosh and how it also discusses the small habits you should be cultivating in order to do well on the gmat. It really talks about building your math intuition by practicing the small stuff and not really solving gmat questions yet and I wanted to ask where I could get a question bank that could help with practicing the small math stuff by topic.
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20 Apr 2018, 12:28
bosho1 wrote:
I really love magoosh and how it also discusses the small habits you should be cultivating in order to do well on the gmat. It really talks about building your math intuition by practicing the small stuff and not really solving gmat questions yet and I wanted to ask where I could get a question bank that could help with practicing the small math stuff by topic.

Khan Academy has a lot of straightforward math drills.
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# Building your math intuition for various topics

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