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New Year's Quantitative Challenge Set: Jedi Edition!!!

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To celebrate New Year GMAT-style challenge yourself with these Hand Picked Tricky Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency Questions.
May the Force be with you!


Data Sufficiency


For Padawans: 500+
Back to Basics*
Back to Basics 2*
Odd/Even + Primes*
Volume of a cube*


For Jedi Knights: 600+
Absolute Value + Exponents + Inequalities
Confusing Primes
Small Numbers and Factorials: Plug In or Not?
Built to Confuse: Powers in Modulus
Don't Miss Cases When Dealing with Modulus Questions
How is it a Prime?
Rolling Dice: Not so Scary Probability
Who's the Riches of Them All?
What Do Greatest and Smallest Factors Tell About a Number?
Primes and Factors
Primes and Sets
Absolute Value of Two Numbers
Absolute Value and Number Properties
Prime or Not?
Algebra and Factorial
Even or Odd? Not that easy
Algebra and Modulus
Square Roots and Squares: How Divisibility Works?
Is the Sum of Three Numbers Even?
Is Knowing The Greatest Common Factor Enough?
Plug Numbers or Solve?
Easy Question Easy to Miss
Exponents Wrapped in Modulus
Properties of Factorials
Remainders and Even/Odd Properties of a Number
Easy Inequality, if You Read Carefully
Multiples of 3 and 9
Inequalities and Exponents: Don't Forget How Exponents Behave
Is The Absolute Value of a Difference Enough to Find The Difference of Absolute Values
Square and Cubes of a Number: How they Behave
How Many Roots?
Tricky Node Question
Tricky Node Question 2
Exponents and Number Properties
Properties of Standard Deviation
Can a Sum Help?
Consecutive Integers and Divisibility
Volume of a cylinder
What is the remainder?
Median age
Even or not even


For Jedi Masters: 700+
Equals to 1: Is it That Simple?
Is it Easy to Find Common Factor?
LCM and GCF Properties
Simple Algebra?
Will it Terminate?
Statistics: Averages Weight
Is this Really Enough?
Powers: Taking to the Next Level
Primes and Multiples: Is there a Connection?
What is the greatest common divisor of THREE integers?
The least common multiple and a two-digit number
Tricky Distance Problem
Double Modulus
Plug Numbers or Solve Part 2?
Know Your Primes
Don't Get Scared by Double Modulus
Integer or Not? Is it Easy?
How To Solve Equation with Factorials?
Properties of Median and Range
Inequalities: Reduce or Not?
Ratios and Inequalities
Number Properties Hidden in Algebra 700
Are Two Equations Enough?
Inequality with \(\pi\)
Three circles
Exponents and inequality
Three musketeers
Area of a rectangle
Equilateral triangle M
A certain experiment has three possible outcomes


For Jedi Grand Masters: 750+
Remainders and Exponents
Powerful Powers
Easy to Solve Hard Modulus Question
https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-x-1-what-is-the-value-of-x-1-x-265525.html
Will this Simple Number Property Question Trick You (as it did most of the people)?
Desperately Seeking the Remainder
How are These Statements Connected?
Properties of Absolute Values and Square roots 700+
Two Digit Number Mystery
Guaranteeing the Outcome 750+!!!
Triangle Inequalities 700+
Statistics and Absolute Value
Can You Find The Mode?
Primes and Exponents 700+
Functions and Distance
Twisted Regular Polygon
The slope of line k

Problem Solving:


For Padawans: 500+
Quadratics with Modulus*
Least Value of an Expression*
Which of the following must be true?*

For Jedi Knights: 600+
Not a Factor, Not a Prime
A Die is Rolled*
"Terrific" Number!
Merchant's Price
Algebra + Exponents
Easy to Find Least Value?
Geometry: Min and Max Degrees of an Angle
Quentin's Investments
Range of Primes
Building Cubes
Which of the following must be true?
Divisibility of 330
From Washington D.C. to Baltimore
Complex roots
Complex exponents
What is the range of x?
The function f
Prime factors and exponents
Value of x?
Which of the following must be true?
A pyramid has 5 vertices and 8 edges...

For Jedi Masters: 700+
Maximum Value of the Greatest Factor
Probability of Negative
Range of Roots
Two Rectangular Boxes
Inscribed in Sphere
Must bu true inequalities
Which of the following must be true?
Which of the following must be true?
The range of possible values of xyz

For Jedi Grand Masters: 750+
Birthday Probability
Easy Trick that Get You
Pair of Integers
Borrowing a Book
Ascending Integers
Even number of even digits

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Bunuel sir, Will these questions repeat in GMAT Club tests? If it does, then is it advisable to try out these questions here or skip it, as solving these in Test mode is better than trying it out individually?

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New post 26 Dec 2018, 03:58
Bunuel wrote:
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Bunuel sir, Will these questions repeat in GMAT Club tests? If it does, then is it advisable to try out these questions here or skip it, as solving these in Test mode is better than trying it out individually?

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Those question are not yet in the tests but they will be soon.


Do you have any estimate date to be added to the GC tests.ie: 1 month...2 months .....etc? It would be helpful in order to duplicate the source of study.

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Update. New Questions:
The slope of line k
Volume of a cylinder
Volume of a cube
Three circles
Exponents and inequality
What is the remainder?
Three musketeers
Area of a rectangle
Equilateral triangle M
Median age
A certain experiment has three possible outcomes
Which of the following must be true?
Divisibility of 330
From Washington D.C. to Baltimore
Even number of even digits
Complex roots
Must bu true inequalities
Complex exponents
What is the range of x?
The function f
Prime factors and exponents
Value of x?
Which of the following must be true?
Which of the following must be true?
Which of the following must be true?
Which of the following must be true?
A pyramid has 5 vertices and 8 edges...
The range of possible values of xyz
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