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# Maths expert help required.

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29 Apr 2013, 06:31
Hi Everyone

I am new here and require a help from someone who is expert in maths. I am generally good in maths but my Inequalities,absolute value and combination questions are just too tough. I read so many books but never found a right approach with these question. Can someone from the club or teacher please help me what should I do. Is there any link or questions where I can learn and build myself in these areas.

Thank you very much.
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30 Apr 2013, 05:24
First, don't be too disheartened if you are good in other areas. The 3 topics that you mentioned are arguably the toughest that are tested on the GMAT.

If you feel you are comfortable with the concepts, go ahead and do focused study on each of the areas. Do a tag search on quant forum (PS and DS) and try to solve 10-15 questions in a bunch. Also, attempt problems in Bunuel's signature.

You will get a better idea of what the questions are asking and question patterns. Once you are done with a question, try to do it with a different approach. Check the official explanations for each of your correct and incorrect answers.

Practice goes a long way.
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