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My exam of arithmetic for a Job is in 2 days without calculator. I want to learn in shortcut easy manner tricks of chapters l

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If it is in two days I wouldn’t bother much with tricks and the sorts. My advice is to find problems that are as similar as possible to the ones you will see on the test, and do as many of them as you can. Make sure that they have answers and ideally, solutions. I’d try to simulate the time intensity as well, maybe do two practice rounds where you time yourself for 50 questions, mimicing the exam.

If you still fancy some tricks and stuff, check out the ones you might find in practice material for GMAT or GRE.

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