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To all the Quants out there - Collection of AMC Problems

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There is something beautiful almost romantic about wrapping your mind around a problem and losing yourself in search of the solution.
It helps me relax :).

The link below contains list of problems asked in American Mathematics Competition accompanied with solution.

Please donot consider this a resource for GMAT specific preparation, although would argue that the problems could be a good way to kill your time.


http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki ... _Solutions
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AbhiJ,

I absolutely agree with you that the AMC problems are an excellent set of problems, and very much relevant for the high scorers on the GMAT. I recently wrote about it in this post:
improving-q-from-a-50-to-a-145212.html

I actually went through all the AMC questions and curated and assembled only those questions that I believe are relevant for GMAT test takers. Here is the link to all such problems on my site:
http://www.gmatquantum.com/amc-questions

I do want to emphasize that many of these problems are not meant to be solved in 2 minutes, actually many can be, after all the test allocates three minutes per problem! But they are tricky and for GMAT purpose I would recommend just struggling with them and forcing your brain to think in as many different ways as possible.

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dabral wrote:
AbhiJ,

I absolutely agree with you that the AMC problems are an excellent set of problems, and very much relevant for the high scorers on the GMAT. I recently wrote about it in this post:
improving-q-from-a-50-to-a-145212.html

I actually went through all the AMC questions and curated and assembled only those questions that I believe are relevant for GMAT test takers. Here is the link to all such problems on my site:
http://www.gmatquantum.com/amc-questions

I do want to emphasize that many of these problems are not meant to be solved in 2 minutes, actually many can be, after all the test allocates three minutes per problem! But they are tricky and for GMAT purpose I would recommend just struggling with them and forcing your brain to think in as many different ways as possible.

Dabral


Dabral, thanks for cherry picking the problems and listing down along with the answers. Those looks like a great practice!
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This set is on my TO-DO list now!
http://www.gmatquantum.com/amc-questions
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AbhiJ wrote:
There is something beautiful almost romantic about wrapping your mind around a problem and losing yourself in search of the solution.
It helps me relax :).

The link below contains list of problems asked in American Mathematics Competition accompanied with solution.

Please donot consider this a resource for GMAT specific preparation, although would argue that the problems could be a good way to kill your time.


http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki ... _Solutions


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