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hey guys??? remember the SC 1000 series???

Well, here it is again, but in a whole new suit, the gmat suit.

There is only one question per page. This is a pdf. Just open the pdf, go full screen and use the arrows on your keyboard to navigare the questions. This will feel like doing the real thing.

Just try it, and kudos if it helps.


ps. the rest will come soon, really soon.

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1000SC/CR/RC is a very unreliable practice source for Gmat questions and one shouldn't waste anytime over it.
In fact some forums such as mgmt has named 1000 series in the banned sources for posting questions and advice test takers to stay away from it.

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1000SC/CR/RC is a very unreliable practice source for Gmat questions and one shouldn't waste anytime over it.
In fact some forums such as mgmt has named 1000 series in the banned sources for posting questions and advice test takers to stay away from it.

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I have gone through all of them and i admit that some of them are "strange", but i can also say that it's one of the best sources i have used.

First of all, it's infinite. It has every concept tested on the gmat and it looks like it will never end (so don't think to finish it in a week or two), and every single question has been discussed in every single forum.

I dare say that most of the questions are official questions, and that's the reason MGMT has banned the sourse (they have also banned every official material you have to pay for).

In my opinion, a source is as good as the use one intends to do with it. If you use it properly ( search for expert opinion in blogs) you will get the best of it and spot the bad questions ( and ignore them).
I found the original doc really frustrating and i took the time to structure it like this.
This format really helped me and i thought to share it. Maybe this is the wrong way to study, but hey, we are all defferent. :)
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NO!! You can look for the answares in the original document. This is just a file structured to simulate the real test.
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the next 200 questions!!!
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I believe everybody has this pdf already. Do you have solutions for these?
I dont find any sites which provides solutions as a pdf or word for this
Please share if you have
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