Is memorizing almost one thousand math problems a good idea?

so I have an exam(gmat type but not gmat) in three months and the quant material[just basic math but with higher difficulty level like averages, ratio proportion, percentage, allegations and mixtures, mensuration, geometry, logarithms, trigo etc ] is huge and I waste a lot of time trying to solve even a single problem. So I was wondering if I just memorize hundreds of questions and their solutions

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Comments (4)

Sep 2, 2017


Sep 2, 2017

Memorize other things...NOT mathematics, you won't go far, soon you will have to relearn!

Sep 2, 2017

Math is the one, single topic where memorization is least effective. I don't think you're going to do well on this exam.

Sep 3, 2017