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Can I use a combination of tags? Suppose I want to see the list of questions in "700-800" difficulty and in "modifiers" topic, is that possible?
If yes, please explain how.

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Can I use a combination of tags? Suppose I want to see the list of questions in "700-800" difficulty and in "modifiers" topic, is that possible?
If yes, please explain how.

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Yes, that is possible. Click on "Add a Tag" button. A new small window will open and then you select the options you desire.
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:oops: M so sorry I didnt frame my question well.. Actually I wanted to ask whether I can use combination of tags to search for posts.
Like searching for "700-800" and "modifier" tagged questions (or from some prep companies), basically filtering out the questions that I want.

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thesilverlining wrote:
:oops: M so sorry I didnt frame my question well.. Actually I wanted to ask whether I can use combination of tags to search for posts.
Like searching for "700-800" and "modifier" tagged questions (or from some prep companies), basically filtering out the questions that I want.


This is a very old question, but since I know the answer I will reply for reference and for others :)

Generally speaking you can't search by more than one tag....

BUT for the specific example you gave you can use the SC Directory https://gmatclub.com/forum/sentence-correction-question-directory-topic-and-difficulty-129750.html posted by bb to select the modifiers under the 700 level questions, however, this will only be helpful if you want a certain topic with a specific difficulty.

In case you want to select for instance "modifiers" and certain source for instance "Kaplan" I do the following:
I search for the topic using the modifiers tag then I use 'Ctrl F' to find "Kaplan" word on the screen so I can select only the modifiers questions from Kaplan

I hope this is helpful!

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