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# Search using multiple tags

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06 Jul 2011, 13:33
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Hi All,

Can anyone please tell me how to search using multiple tags. For instance I want to do 700 level fractions,decimals,percents questions. But I can only search for 700 level questions or fractions questions (which includes all levels). What should I do?

Thanks you!
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06 Jul 2011, 14:35
You should use the button called "Find Similar Topics"
That button will give you a list of ALL topics that fall under all of the tags you are looking for.

For example, if you find a 700 level, MGMAT, Word Problem, click that button and it will show you all questions that fall under all of those 3 tags, then 2 of them, and then finally at least one of them.
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20 Jul 2016, 05:05
bb wrote:
You should use the button called "Find Similar Topics"
That button will give you a list of ALL topics that fall under all of the tags you are looking for.

For example, if you find a 700 level, MGMAT, Word Problem, click that button and it will show you all questions that fall under all of those 3 tags, then 2 of them, and then finally at least one of them.

Where can I find the button called "Find Similar Topics"?
I can get here viewforumtags.php , but where should I go next?
I want to search, for example remainders, 600 questions DS only.

Thank you
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20 Jul 2016, 10:28
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AndreiGMAT wrote:
bb wrote:
You should use the button called "Find Similar Topics"
That button will give you a list of ALL topics that fall under all of the tags you are looking for.

For example, if you find a 700 level, MGMAT, Word Problem, click that button and it will show you all questions that fall under all of those 3 tags, then 2 of them, and then finally at least one of them.

Where can I find the button called "Find Similar Topics"?
I can get here viewforumtags.php , but where should I go next?
I want to search, for example remainders, 600 questions DS only.

Thank you

Can you see it here? On any first post in the Forums that have Tags - PS, DS, CR, SC, RC
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20 Jul 2016, 15:09
Thanks, bb, I found the tab. But still cannot figure out how to filter the search results.
The steps I use were not of an avail. To find sub-600 level, inequalities questions I did the following:

1. Find one of the questions with desired tags (sub-600 level, inequalities)
2. Click "Find Similar Topics"
I end up with 700-level, geometry questions. These are not what I look for.

What did I do wrong?
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Updated on: 20 Jul 2016, 15:28
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OK. I misunderstood your intention. I see the issue - Similar Topics searches by the immediate tags for content, source, and difficulty, and then expands into additional posts that match at least 1 tag.

If you want to search for specific tags, that's easy - go to the Search

The 2011 discussion is not accurate any more and since then search has been significantly improved, esp with tags.
Here is a link to the Sub-600 inequalities

To find others, go to search and then scroll down to the bottom and click on one of the forum names (PS, DS) and you will get a pop up with all the possible tags. Then click OK. You can also click a tag in the forum (e.g. Inequalities and it will show you all of the topics with that tag, but this is less precise)
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Originally posted by bb on 20 Jul 2016, 15:20.
Last edited by bb on 20 Jul 2016, 15:28, edited 1 time in total.
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20 Jul 2016, 15:27
Alternatively you can also use these directories that have been created to avoid the complexity of using tags/search/etc.

Forum Question Directories:

P.S. The difficutly tag is dynamic and is updated automatically based on the question's stats and performance in the GMAT Club forum, so the difficulty levels are fairly accurate within 1/3, 2/3/ and top 3rd difficulty
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21 Jul 2016, 03:02
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BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags
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21 Jul 2016, 16:10
HKD1710 wrote:
BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Thank you. I am embarrassed to admit I forgot we built that page
The tag search complexity was exactly the reason we created that version of the seearch. Thank you HKD1710!
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29 Oct 2016, 00:06
bb wrote:
HKD1710 wrote:
BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Thank you. I am embarrassed to admit I forgot we built that page
The tag search complexity was exactly the reason we created that version of the seearch. Thank you HKD1710!

Hi can we search in gmatclub using AND and OR formulas. That is - I want to isolate questions only from either of a bunch of 5-6 sources and choosing from a couple of difficulty levels. Additionally I might want to have a bunch of question types in the fifiltered results too. On certain websites like Linkedin this can be achieved with a query such as: ("700-Level" OR "600-Level") AND ("Aristotle" OR "LSAT" OR "Kaplan") AND ("CR" OR "SC" OR "RC")

This would make forum search truly powerful
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29 Oct 2016, 22:20
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sanghar wrote:
bb wrote:
HKD1710 wrote:
BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Thank you. I am embarrassed to admit I forgot we built that page
The tag search complexity was exactly the reason we created that version of the seearch. Thank you HKD1710!

Hi can we search in gmatclub using AND and OR formulas. That is - I want to isolate questions only from either of a bunch of 5-6 sources and choosing from a couple of difficulty levels. Additionally I might want to have a bunch of question types in the fifiltered results too. On certain websites like Linkedin this can be achieved with a query such as: ("700-Level" OR "600-Level") AND ("Aristotle" OR "LSAT" OR "Kaplan") AND ("CR" OR "SC" OR "RC")

This would make forum search truly powerful

No, this is not possible but you can run 3-4 searches independently and get pretty close in results.
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27 Feb 2017, 22:22
Hii Guyz..

I wanted to know how to do those advance searches... I have seen the advance search but still do not understand it well...

FOr example I have to search all 700 + OG Source DS Questions by Bunuel or Karishma ..How do we do that??
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28 Feb 2017, 06:21
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deependra1234 wrote:
Hii Guyz..

I wanted to know how to do those advance searches... I have seen the advance search but still do not understand it well...

FOr example I have to search all 700 + OG Source DS Questions by Bunuel or Karishma ..How do we do that??

Check the image below:
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28 Feb 2017, 11:48
Bunuel wrote:
deependra1234 wrote:
Hii Guyz..

I wanted to know how to do those advance searches... I have seen the advance search but still do not understand it well...

FOr example I have to search all 700 + OG Source DS Questions by Bunuel or Karishma ..How do we do that??

Check the image below:

Brilliant guyzz... thankyou so much...
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04 Jan 2019, 02:18
HKD1710 wrote:
BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Thank you
This is the page i was looking for.
Is it somewhere in the dropdown menu.
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04 Jan 2019, 03:11
globaldesi wrote:
HKD1710 wrote:
BB, I know what AndreiGMAT and gijoedude are looking for EXACTLY. so AndreiGMAT, gijoedude here is this beautiful place exclusively on gmatclub only: http://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

Thank you
This is the page i was looking for.
Is it somewhere in the dropdown menu.

Yes globaldesi it is there :

1. Click on FORUM
2. Click on GMAT Quantitative or GMAT Verbal
3. Click on ?QUESTION BANKS
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