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## In search of really tough GMAT Quant

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In search of really tough GMAT Quant Fri May 04, 2012 8:17 am
Just took a Veritas Prep CAT - 49Q 46V

Seems like quant is still my critical vulnerability. GMAT Club is blocked as "spam" in Afghanistan, so I can't access those tests I paid for.

I gave away my Manhattan Advanced Quant Book after I scored the 730, but now I want to retake.

Anyone know any resources for really tough GMAT quant problems? I have maxed out MGMAT CATs multiple times.

I need curveball, challenging questions, especially combinatorics and probability, which I am really bad at.

My original quant score was a 47, which could use a bit of improvement for my target schools.

Thanks friends!

Sonny

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Fri May 04, 2012 9:28 am
Have you tried
- 800 score tests(quant is at par with MGMAT)
- Ian Stewart 250 Challenging Questions (Tougher than MGMAT Advanced Quant)(GMATix.com send a mail to Ian)
- MGMAT Challenge Archive - 250 Questions (out of scope of GMAT, average time to solve 4-5 mins)
- Probability/Combination Advanced Sets from Jeff Sacksman.
- GMAT Quantum (400, Q50-51 level questions , as claimed by the author, have not tried myself).
- MBA.Com Question Pack 1.

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sunman Really wants to Beat The GMAT!
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Fri May 04, 2012 9:33 am
AbhiJ wrote:
Have you tried
- 800 score tests(quant is at par with MGMAT)
- Ian Stewart 250 Challenging Questions (Tougher than MGMAT Advanced Quant)(GMATix.com send a mail to Ian)
- MGMAT Challenge Archive - 250 Questions (out of scope of GMAT, average time to solve 4-5 mins)
- Probability/Combination Advanced Sets from Jeff Sacksman.
- GMAT Quantum (400, Q50-51 level questions , as claimed by the author, have not tried myself).
I've done the 800score ones. Didn't find the math that hard.

I will try the others. Thanks brother.

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Fri May 04, 2012 9:28 pm
sam2304 wrote:
http://gmatclub.com/forum/quant-700-800-questions-ps-ds-with-solutions-123039.html

GMAT Club is blocked in Afghanistan as "spam". Don't ask me why...

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total gmat math by Jeff Sackmann

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