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# many times i find it useless to read through GMATCLUB

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01 Jan 2006, 11:36
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many times i find it useless to read through GMATCLUB discussions coz there is no OA and i dont know how to counter check my answer. often the thread initiator does not post the OA. Also i have to revisit to find out the OA which is posted later to the time when i had visited the thread. i cant keep track of so many threads. Cant we find out a way by which the OA can be displayed along with the question..but can he hidden and viewed as per wish?
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01 Jan 2006, 12:32
crazyfin,

I know exactly how you feel. Sometimes it is kind a difficult to keep track of questions and revisit to check the OA.

On the other hand, you will at least have a second look at the question and read through some discussion to how other people think about the same question. Also you could compare the mistake that you made (if any).

Moreover, some questions don't have an OA/OE, and that's why they are posted and discussed here.
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