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Ask All Your Math Questions Starting…Now!

This week, we’ve got some great news for you!

We know GMAT math problems can be notoriously tough, and we want to help. So, we’re giving you an open forum to ask your toughest GMAT quant questions and have them answered by a GMAT expert. All you’ll need to do is leave a comment below asking any GMAT math questions you have. Then at the end of the week, our GMAT expert Kevin will answer your questions. We’ll share his answers right here on the blog in a webinar that you can watch :).

So if you’ve got any math questions that keep getting you stuck, if you just need some expert study strategy tips, or if you can’t seem to figure out how to approach some quant problem or another, leave us a comment below!

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Note: We’ve extended the deadline for questions to Sunday, November 3rd at 11.59pm. We can’t promise to answer every question, but we’ll do our best to answer the ones that would be most helpful to the most students. Let the questioning begin!


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2 Responses to Ask All Your Math Questions Starting…Now!

  1. Siddharth July 15, 2016 at 8:23 pm #

    Please suggest me some good quant materials which are same as actual GRE test rather than ets, manhttan, and barrorns

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert July 21, 2016 at 8:30 am #

      Hi Siddharth 🙂

      Happy to help! In addition to the sources you’ve mentioned, the NOVA’s GRE Math Prep Course is a great source for practice problems and provides quality review for both the GRE and GMAT. That said, you’ll see that some of the harder problems in this book are harder than anything you will see on either exam. So, if you can handle those problems, you should be well prepared for test day 🙂

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