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GMAT Quants - How to Score above 50?? HELPPPP!!!

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GMAT Quants - How to Score above 50?? HELPPPP!!! Post Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:04 am
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    I have 40 more days to go before my G-day. I am generally good in qunta and score consistently good in OGs but what I have heard on this and other forums is that OG is not best of the guides if you are tragetting 50+ score. I want to practice questions specifically on the topics of -

    Permutation and Combination

    Probability
    Standard deviation
    Line Coordinates (y=mx+c related)
    Any other toughie topics
    Please suggest the best source that can help me brush-up these topics quickly and achieve my target of 50+.

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