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## Practice Problems on Daily GMAT Emails

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#### Practice Problems on Daily GMAT Emails

Mon Jun 22, 2015 6:02 am
Thank you so much for making this study routine Brent - figuring out a way to study has been stressful in itself so having something clearly spelled out has been incredibly helpful!

I just have a quick question about the number of problems we get a day - I am currently working on day 5 and see there are 25 PS problems and 21 DS problems and then some additional reinforcement problems. I have the MPGMAT book set and the official guide with the extra math and verbal books. I plan on doing all the problems (and definitely flagging the ones I miss and the ones I guessed correctly to better understand) - I just want to ask will I have enough fresh problems to study when it comes to the end of the 60 days?

Is it better to skip the additional problems for now if I feel like I have a good grasp on the material (especially the easier problems)?

-Philip

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Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:10 pm
There's no shortage of additional practice questions out there.
This site (Beat the GMAT) has thousands.
To help you focus on one topic at a time, you can use BTG's tagging feature. For example, here are all of the questions tagged as statistics questions: http://www.beatthegmat.com/forums/tags/gmat-math/statistics
See the left side of that linked page for more tag options.

Cheers,
Brent

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