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Looking through some of the quant qns for GMAT here, it seems like i need to brush up on my high sch math. Would you guys suggest i start digging up my old textbooks or should i buy one of those exhorbitatn GMAT guidebooks? :roll:
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Looking through some of the quant qns for GMAT here, it seems like i need to brush up on my high sch math. Would you guys suggest i start digging up my old textbooks or should i buy one of those exhorbitatn GMAT guidebooks? :roll:


I'd suggest to start with browsing the forum:

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why dont u go through gmatclub book, and try gmatclub tests
go through each section and then attempt atleast 30 questions related to that specific section whose concepts u go through. this will help
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Use gmat club quant book and then practice with GMAT club q tests.
I raised my score to Q50 using these tests only.
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New post 09 Oct 2017, 00:38
Bunuel wrote:
Dukemm wrote:
Looking through some of the quant qns for GMAT here, it seems like i need to brush up on my high sch math. Would you guys suggest i start digging up my old textbooks or should i buy one of those exhorbitatn GMAT guidebooks? :roll:


I'd suggest to start with browsing the forum:


Hope it helps.


Thanks for the links Bunuel, you are like a math legend over here! The links are very useful indeed!
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sananoor wrote:
why dont u go through gmatclub book, and try gmatclub tests
go through each section and then attempt atleast 30 questions related to that specific section whose concepts u go through. this will help


Great share sananoor! I followed your advice and managed to identify certain areas of weakness i need to work on ;)
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New post 09 Oct 2017, 00:41
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Use gmat club quant book and then practice with GMAT club q tests.
I raised my score to Q50 using these tests only.
good luck


Thank you bro! Knowing that there's that possibility of raising my score to Q50 using these tests only is very inspiring indeed1
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