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    Eager! Mash's Avatar
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    Lightbulb Remove this forum altogether now

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    For international GRE general, there is no need of this group now cuz new GRE no longer has analogies and antonyms, how about removing this forum altogether?

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    Trying to make mom and pop proud
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    Please don't remove

    No need to remove this. At least it is helpful for those who aren't strong enough on vocab like me http://www.urch.com/forums/images/smilies/blue.png

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    Ankylosaurus Forum Admin Erin's Avatar
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    Interesting. No, I can't just remove a forum. There are too many links and references to this forum, so it will stay.

    Now, I could close it or add some wording to it so that people know more about whether they should study analogies and antonyms.

    I'll miss the analogies. They're fun.
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