## How to Beat Advanced GMAT Arithmetic -- FREE 27/28 April!

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### How to Beat Advanced GMAT Arithmetic -- FREE 27/28 April!

by ygcrowanhand » Fri Apr 27, 2018 3:42 am
Hi GMATters,

Struggling with roots, exponents, fractional exponents, factoring, and that sort of junk? My new book will sort you out.

Here's the link--it's free 27 and 28 April on Amazon:

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US: https://www.amazon.com/GMAT-Quant-Arith ... 07B4F3PY4/

It'll be free Friday and Saturday of this week on Amazon so grab a copy before, you know, you have to pay for it!

Enjoy!

Rowan
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### Re: How to Beat Advanced GMAT Arithmetic -- FREE 27/28 April!

by GurbaniKaurSuri » Mon Jan 18, 2021 9:53 pm
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