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# Has anyone referred to the MGMAT book to learn combinations.

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01 Feb 2007, 03:43
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Has anyone referred to the MGMAT book to learn combinations. I found it to be very effective. I have always struggled with permutations and combinations. And I found the chapter on combinations very simple to understand and solve problems.

Anyone struggling in permutations and combinations, please do refer to this chapter... If a four-timer can understand it, anyone can.....
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01 Feb 2007, 06:04
I agree but the downside is you just got handful of problems....

It is a great book but not worth its money
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01 Feb 2007, 10:35
Is there anyway I can have access to that chapter ..? I am dying to buy that book in India but is not available. I also wish to buy Manhattan SC and CR..

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03 Feb 2007, 10:59
I totally agree, I used to see the answers to those types of questions on these boards, and I was totally lost......but the MGMAT part on comb and prob definitely raised my level of understanding dramatically.
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03 Feb 2007, 11:24
Hi,
My temptation for the book increasing with each passing post.. can anyone share that book with me .. ?? or at least the soft copy

regards,
Amit
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05 Feb 2007, 13:51
trivikram wrote:
I agree but the downside is you just got handful of problems....

It is a great book but not worth its money

THe book alone is not worth the \$20 it costs. BUt remember that you get 6 quality online CAT exams with the purchase of the book. So, not a bad buy if it is the only MGMAT book you are planning to buy.
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06 Feb 2007, 01:01
Hi,
Leave apart the cost thingy.. the bokk itself is not available ..

Amit
06 Feb 2007, 01:01
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