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Hey GMATters, This post is 3200 words (nineteen flippin’ pages, yo). Want a PDF instead? Grab one here: Critical Reasoning is a tricky subject, no

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## Video: A Difficult Combinatorics Problem from the New Official Guide!

The 2016 Official Guide is not a major difference from the 11th, 12th, or 2015 editions. This is particularly true when it comes to difficult

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Combinatorics problems are feared mostly because no one teaches them properly in school. When you learn simple methods to break these questions down, you’ll find

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As part of my new series on Combinatorics (counting problems) questions, I’m introducing some basic videos to YouTube over the next few weeks. When it’s