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First, I want to thank you for this website. I think it is a powerful tool to help you prepare for the GMAT. However, there is one problem. When I try to got hrough the problems listed in the Math section on this site it looks like Greek to me. You should see some of the problems posted. I dont know how anyone can follwo these problems. They are obviously written in short-hand but they are extremely difficult to follow. Can you porvide some sort of reference for the short-hand used to explain the DS and PS problems.

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marmstrong74 wrote:
First, I want to thank you for this website. I think it is a powerful tool to help you prepare for the GMAT. However, there is one problem. When I try to got hrough the problems listed in the Math section on this site it looks like Greek to me. You should see some of the problems posted. I dont know how anyone can follwo these problems. They are obviously written in short-hand but they are extremely difficult to follow. Can you porvide some sort of reference for the short-hand used to explain the DS and PS problems.

Thanks.


any specific posts that you want to talk about? if you dont understand, you can reply to the post and seek a clarification.

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marmstrong74 wrote:
First, I want to thank you for this website. I think it is a powerful tool to help you prepare for the GMAT. However, there is one problem. When I try to got hrough the problems listed in the Math section on this site it looks like Greek to me. You should see some of the problems posted. I dont know how anyone can follwo these problems. They are obviously written in short-hand but they are extremely difficult to follow. Can you porvide some sort of reference for the short-hand used to explain the DS and PS problems.

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