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27 Apr 2009, 09:51

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I. Starting math from the begining

1.Get the necessary materials Quite some time might have passed since your college math course, and if so, you will definitely need some books to learn or review the concepts. Fortunately, there is quite a number of books on a market that will help you in this task and, moreover, will provide with some useful strategies. The post dedicated to Math Preparation books - Best GMAT Math Prep Books (Reviews & Recommendations) If you don't know where are the white spots in your knowledge consider doing some CAT to find it out. List of All CATs

2.Learn the concepts You may also find loads of useful information on our forum. here some useful links from our forum

Basics and tips from our GMAT Study Guide on Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry,Combinatorics and Probability. can be found on GMAT Club's wiki which is convenient and easy to use, even though it still need more work. http://gmatclub.com/wiki/GMAT_Study_Guide

Below are the external links to web-sites that have explanations to various math concepts.

3.Strategies, tips tricks After mastering the concepts it's time to move on concuring some useful strategies. Find out what other forum users found useful from the posts bellow.

The link for Math prep (logic, Venn diagrams, number properties, algebra, geometry, probability, formula sheet) has been updated into two new links (one for geometry and one for algebra).

Does anyone know if this is the same information still (was looking for the formula sheet)?

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hi... why don't you add your math book open project to this list??? I'm sure it's entitled to a spot on the list!!! (sorry can't add the link here cos i need to "be a member for 5 days and have 5 posts" to be able to do that!)
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Thank you forall this resoures. It's a great collection to get started. I am having a little problem here. I hope somebody can help me. I know what I am gonna say now might sound funny or foolish to many of you here. I am planning to start my gmat preparation soon, and planning to give the test in 3-4months. I have given verbal test and I am ok with it ,means I know i'll get better with practise and undestanding my weeknesses, but its different with quant. I am very nervous to actually give a diagnostic test to understand where I stand, I haven't done maths since last 8yrs, I'll not say I am bad at it but yes I am not too confident about it rgt now? the possiblity of me doing very bad is making me nervous because I think it will affect my confidence and hopes, like I think i'll get more undermined by the bad score. I might sound confusing but I hope you understand what I am trying to say. please help me out by some suggestions and ways to cope up and to help me get started with my preparation. I need to work very hard in Quant. all sort of advices and comments are welcome. please reply

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Thanks for the tips, I'm just about to start my gmat prep and came across gmatclub via an amazon review, and boy am I glad to have checked the site out. It seems very comprehensive, and the diagnostic test was excellent, remembered a lot of simple things that i have completely forgotten. Thanks again, and I hope to use the resources here.

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24 Jul 2009, 18:41

Hey guys is there a thread with all the Geometry questions compiled?Triangles,circles,Quadrilaterals,3d figures...etc?Sorry if there is one already..could'nt find it:(
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15 Aug 2009, 16:31

I was reading through the various math posts and saw a post on items that should be committed to memory. Unfortunately I can't seem to find it. Can some one post a master list of all items, formulas or anything else that should be simply committed to memory for instant recall. Thanks.

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