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Hello Folks,
I'm new to this site. I'm just getting started on my GMAT prep. I've been thinking of starting my GMAT prep for a long time. I found this site very useful.I took the GMAT challenge. It was an excellent idea to get procrastinators like me motivated. The GMAT material provided on this site is excellent.I do however find the amount of info provided overwhelming. There are too many nuggets of info buried deep inside each discussion thread and from my experience it becomes an up hill task to go through each thread and extract pertinent information. If somehow all this info could be consolidated in one place that would be awesome. for eg every quant /Verbal problem should have an accepted answer marking the completion of that thread . and somehow if your software could extract the question and answer from the thread and put it in one place that would be awesome.so If I were to visit the Probablity summary page I'd find all questions and answers in one place which could be be extracted to say a word doc. In addition the answer could include other important stuff like theorems. Just a suggestion . I would like to know what you guys think about it.

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I agree with smandalika. I am also new to this site. People have discussed so much and it is difficult to go through each thread one by one. If someone collects and puts the discussed questions and answers at one place, it will be very useful. For a nominal fee, members can be allowed to access it.
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New post 05 Jul 2004, 18:57
smandalika wrote:
Hello Folks,
I'm new to this site. I'm just getting started on my GMAT prep. I've been thinking of starting my GMAT prep for a long time. I found this site very useful.I took the GMAT challenge. It was an excellent idea to get procrastinators like me motivated. The GMAT material provided on this site is excellent.I do however find the amount of info provided overwhelming. There are too many nuggets of info buried deep inside each discussion thread and from my experience it becomes an up hill task to go through each thread and extract pertinent information. If somehow all this info could be consolidated in one place that would be awesome. for eg every quant /Verbal problem should have an accepted answer marking the completion of that thread . and somehow if your software could extract the question and answer from the thread and put it in one place that would be awesome.so If I were to visit the Probablity summary page I'd find all questions and answers in one place which could be be extracted to say a word doc. In addition the answer could include other important stuff like theorems. Just a suggestion . I would like to know what you guys think about it.


Smandalika,

Thank you for the suggestion. Right now Challenges is our only attempt to aggregate some of our knowledge and put into a systemized and organized way. I am not sure if we can charge a fee for organizing questions - many of them are from who knows where - we have no clue and that may be a little problematic if suddenly we start providing access to Kaplan's 50 questions that somebody decided to post.

Right now, please use the challenges to have some systematic practice. We will release them regularly in the future.

- Nevertheless, we hear you and we do see the need as well, the implementation and solution are a big lagging. Thank you very much!
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dear smandalika

Your suggestion has already been implemented for MATH in the form of category based problems. We have to move threads manually , but we are doing it gradually.

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