Hi icetray,

The forums on this site likely have anything GMAT-related that you might be looking for. Before you put too much time into Permutations and Combinations though, we should probably look at how you're performing on the OVERALL GMAT.

Permutations and Combinations are relatively rare subjects on the actual Test; while you're likely to see at least 1 of each on Test Day, you won't see more than maybe 2 or 3 of either (at the high end). There are MANY different subjects that show up more often: Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry, Formulas, ratios, etc. (and the broad category of DS, which includes all of the previous categories). Every major Verbal category (SC, RC and CR) will also show up more often than Permutations or Combinations.

To gauge what you should be focusing on, I need to know a bit more about your practice CAT scores and your work so far:

1) How have you been scoring on your CATs (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores)?

2) What materials have you been using so far?

3) What is your goal score?

4) When are you planning to take the GMAT?

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Rich

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