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# Skipping Permutation/Combination questions

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10 Jan 2010, 09:52
It is really getting difficult for me to have a good grip on Permutation/Combination questions. Spent sometime on understanding the basics and though it is better than before, still not enough to solve GMAT level problems.

I have read in another forum and have been told by some 700+ scorers that it is not a bad idea to skip the questions totally if it is too time taking. I am targetting for taking the exam in end Feb and will be going for E-MBA (i.e. in the range of 40 yrs). What would the experts in this forum suggest if my aspiration is to score ~50 in quant?
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10 Jan 2010, 13:03
siddhartho wrote:
It is really getting difficult for me to have a good grip on Permutation/Combination questions. Spent sometime on understanding the basics and though it is better than before, still not enough to solve GMAT level problems.

I have read in another forum and have been told by some 700+ scorers that it is not a bad idea to skip the questions totally if it is too time taking. I am targetting for taking the exam in end Feb and will be going for E-MBA (i.e. in the range of 40 yrs). What would the experts in this forum suggest if my aspiration is to score ~50 in quant?

You won't need it if you can get all the other questions correct. I rarely see someone score 50 in quant and can't get basic permutation/combination questions.

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