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# I posted this on the GMAT discussion board - but I think

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I posted this on the GMAT discussion board - but I think [#permalink]

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08 Jan 2004, 15:32
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I posted this on the GMAT discussion board - but I think I'll get better responses from you guys on this board. I just purchased the GMAT club questions and I was wondering if it was just me - but I have problems with the wording of the material - both questions and explanations. Anyone else here feel the same way?
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08 Jan 2004, 16:40
I agree. I thought some of the questions were ambiguous or were hard to comprehend.

The answers were unorganized, too. For instance, one of the answers would cite the answer to be "B", then explain the calculation for the answer -- but the correct answer would actually be "E" instead of "B". I also found some answers with the correct formulations, but incorrect calculations.
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08 Jan 2004, 16:44
th98 wrote:
I agree. I thought some of the questions were ambiguous or were hard to comprehend.

The answers were unorganized, too. For instance, one of the answers would cite the answer to be "B", then explain the calculation for the answer -- but the correct answer would actually be "E" instead of "B". I also found some answers with the correct formulations, but incorrect calculations.

I definitely don't regret buying it - it is only 8 bucks.
08 Jan 2004, 16:44
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