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Is preparing for the GMAT extremely boring ? 1) Data

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Is preparing for the GMAT extremely boring ?

1) Data Sufficiency
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20 May 2003, 07:03
Agree, it is B
especially for nonnative speakers like many of us.
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05 Jun 2003, 21:10

I surely vote for B.
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05 Jun 2003, 21:37
somratp wrote:
:lol:

I surely vote for B.

With DS, you can at least play some games - enough/not enough, but Reading just takes the soul out and spits at it.
Re: I like it   [#permalink] 05 Jun 2003, 21:37
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