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# Flash Cards for GMAT

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15 May 2006, 04:08
Hi all..has any1 resorted to flash cards for GMAT prep..Is it helpful? n what do u normally have on the flash cards...so that i can make my own..time permitting!!

Priyesh.

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22 May 2006, 12:13
I've started using flashcards and I find them very helpful. I've primarily used flashcards for Quant. On one side of the card, I list the problem that I got wrong, and on the back, I write down the answer/explanation of how to do the problem.

It's a great way to review when I have a moment to spare (waiting in line, commuting home etc.). It's also a good way to keep a list of all the questions/concepts I had trouble with.

Another thing I've seen people do is to create a word document with all concepts/questions they need to review. Basically, anything you can do to pinpoint your weaknesses will help.

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30 May 2006, 23:18
Flashcards were my key to success on the GMAT. Not only do they serve as a great tool for reviewing concepts over and over again, but the act of making these flashcards forces you to reflect on the concepts tested on the GMAT and help you to understand these concepts better.

Check out MGMAT Flashcards: http://www.manhattangmat.com/gmat-flashcards.cfm

Best of luck!

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