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Need Help Making GMAT Flash Cards

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I would like to make tangible flash cards for studying. Is anyone aware of a type of printer paper that is perforated for a typical flash card. I understand how to make the flash cards in MS Word, and I have an option on my printer to print in that size; however, it would be much easier to print the cards out onto perforated printer paper instead of getting the old scissors and glue out and making my own. Thanks in advance.
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This is a great idea! Build your own. You can probably use Avery paper for nametags or smth like that. Should be able to find a bunch on www.officedepot.com or www.staples.com

(By the way, there are options on the iPhone/etc that allow you to build your own flashcards and upload into your device)
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Yeah, Avery Index Card Paper looks exactly like what I want! I just checked it out on the Staples website. I am going to head down to a Staples in a few to pick up some of the paper.
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New post 21 Jul 2010, 15:02
cool idea. i might make some too, seems like i need to. post 'em up here if you don't mind sharing.
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Hey Strauss,

Cool idea. If you need any inspiration for your flash cards, check out my free GMAT cheat sheet, which has many of the critical GMAT formulas/concepts in one place. Just remember that memorizing formulas is analogous to bringing all of the necessary materials -- the aluminum, the carbon fiber, the wiring, the avionics, the tires, the glass, etc. -- into a Boeing 787 production hanger. Yes, you need those materials to build the plane, but simply having them isn’t enough to make the plane fly.

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