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Hey will doing gmat oG questions and manhattan questions along with mocks enough ?
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Nope. OG is very different
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so what do you recommend then ?
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All those discussing about GRE quant, please post questions in the following link. We have just created this group for the same reason. mchat.php?room_id=50050793
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Hey

I have a question

In case of questions where we need to choose multiple answers

If 2/3 are correct

Do we get partial credit or not?
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No. All such prompts should be correct.
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hey folks
I’m wondering, does it make sense to re-do the failed problems (clearly, once you forgot them a bit)?
How are you dealing with failed questions?
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MBAToronto2024 wrote:
hey folks
I’m wondering, does it make sense to re-do the failed problems (clearly, once you forgot them a bit)?
How are you dealing with failed questions?

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Hi! There is a whole strategy to the error log and questions you got wrong.
I cherished them and printed out actually. The idea is not to solve them actually (you can if you indeed forgot them) - I did not forget most of mine.
So what I did was:
1. Explain to myself what the correct answer/solution were/why
2. Why I made a mistake
3. My strategy and what I am changing so that I would avoid making this mistake again (not on this same question) but on similar quesitons or in similar mistake scenarios
I would write the last one on every sheet and I would review these every week or some of thems that were extra tricky, every few days.
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MBAToronto2024 wrote:
hey folks
I’m wondering, does it make sense to re-do the failed problems (clearly, once you forgot them a bit)?
How are you dealing with failed questions?

­Hi MBAToronto2024,

1. Absolutely, and this also can be useful for questions where you got the right answer, but did not use the right approach.

2. Even if you remember the question, it can be useful to go through the explanation/logic again. As bb mentioned, you may want to keep a list of such questions and review that list periodically.
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Hi Guys, which one would be better e-gmat or top one percentile club. I had given CAT last year and scored 97.6 percentile

­Many of them provide free trial period. Signup and see which one works for you!
Just a heads up: Have heard ''not so good'' reviews about top 1%, so choose wisely.
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