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# Quant Quick reference guide

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28 Jul 2013, 15:14
Hello
I wrote GMAT a couple of years ago and my quant was good (section score 50). To improve verbal and overall score, I'm planning to rewrite the exam in about 3 weeks from now. For quant I'm looking for some quick reference guide, which I can use to refresh my concepts and few formulas rather than going through an entire book again. Please recommend me a quick reference guide that has concepts and formulas for high scorers (anywhere between 49 and 51).

Thanks a lot

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06 Aug 2013, 17:39
Hello All
This is very URGENT and Important for me. Could someone please advise from his/her experiences!

Any help is appreciated!
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11 Aug 2013, 01:50
vivek19 wrote:
Hello
I wrote GMAT a couple of years ago and my quant was good (section score 50). To improve verbal and overall score, I'm planning to rewrite the exam in about 3 weeks from now. For quant I'm looking for some quick reference guide, which I can use to refresh my concepts and few formulas rather than going through an entire book again. Please recommend me a quick reference guide that has concepts and formulas for high scorers (anywhere between 49 and 51).

Thanks a lot

Hope it helps.
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