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Hi there,

I have recently taken GMAT and the result (770, Q50 V44) was not too shoddy. Since I used a lot of materials from this forum I think it's time I give something back.

I have attached the checklist that helped me a lot with SC. I spent quite a lot of time on the SC section and initially it was all to little or no avail. I started asking myself "why am I not learning from my mistakes" and I realised that the rules-and-concepts approach used by the OG and most books didn't really work for me and that I continued to "play it by the ear". I decided that I needed to focus on specific observable markers that I could relate directly to decision rules, thus avoiding the middleman of concepts. This approach made my analysis of mistakes much easier and more fruitful. Before I started collating this spreadsheet each mistake felt like "a special case"; this spreadsheet helped me see patterns in my mistakes - i.e. markers that I missed or decision rules that I ignored. The spreadsheet is very much work in progress and is by no means comprehensive; however you can tailor and expand it based on your own mistakes.
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New post 17 Oct 2017, 20:23
Hey, thanks a lot for the list. btw did you create anything similar for rc and cr as well ? If so please post it.
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New post 18 Oct 2017, 08:51
Sorry mate only got it for SC
Hope it helps

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New post 18 Oct 2017, 09:25
Thanks. It will be of help for sure.

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