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23 Mar 2005, 15:49
hello frnds
As a step towards makings these boards more useful for the gmat preparators,i request you the rate the question to which you choose to reply on a scale of 1-10,,,,,1 being the easiest and 10 being the very difficult!

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23 Mar 2005, 16:37
but rating is so subjective, I don't know how you can effectively rate the questions?. We do have a forum called something like "best verbal discussion forum". That should give you a idea as to what troubles most people.
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23 Mar 2005, 17:59
praveen_rao7 wrote:
but rating is so subjective, I don't know how you can effectively rate the questions?. We do have a forum called something like "best verbal discussion forum". That should give you a idea as to what troubles most people.

I agree with Praveen that rating is entirely subjective. What's easy for someone may not be easy for you. I dare say there are going to be certain SC questions Paul might find easy, but it's going to be hard for most members.
Furthermore, it's more important to understand the logic and reasoning of the answers than to know the difficulty.
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23 Mar 2005, 18:30
i surely agree with yr views guys!
my point is that, generly all questions have around 60-70% correct answer posts! so in genrel ppl are about to solve questions!

so im sure if people post their interpretation about the question by rating them, it would help others judge their standard relatively!

becuase in actually gmat the difficulty level is same for all!!! it just depend upon you as which difficultly level u r able to achieve!
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