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02 Dec 2007, 12:01
I've been studying quant hard for about a year, and not seeing super improvement. I believe my problem lies with bad understanding of exponents and roots. These seem to be heavily tested on the GMAT. Any advice where I can get smart on specifically these types of problems. I big issue is when needing to factor out these types of problems to solve.

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04 Dec 2007, 04:55
It is obvious that you miss the very basics of algebra. Have you tried MGMAT books? But, I think it is better to start studying algebra from the very beginning. Buy a book, learn the rules, and practise practise practise. Do as many problems as you can but before understand the concepts.

Hope this helps.

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04 Dec 2007, 04:55
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