Currently it is the shortage of time which makes me do mistakes and mainly I am taking more than 10 minutes to solve a RC which should me around 8 minutes I guess for a 4 ques RC. I am targeting following timing for Verbal-
SC- (in GMAT 13-15 ques) - 1minute per que = 15 minutes
CR- (in GMAT 11-13 ques) - 2minutes per que = 26 minutes
RC- (in GMAT 4 RC with 4 question in each RC) - 8 minutes per RC = 32 minutes
I haven't attempt any GMAT prep and MGMAT tests yet saving them for later right now doing sectional tests to improve my accuracy and speed.
Let me know if my strategy is correct or not . or what can I do to improve. I want to improve as much as possible before starting giving GMAT prep and MGMAT tests.
Apologies for replying late.
Your approach is good, but in my opinion, it rarely works as we think.
Because, for SC when you have reached a 700-800 level question, do you really think that particular question would be solved in a minute?
Provided, if you are an expert in SC, it would.
For RC, we get approx. 3-4 question per RC. I have seldom come across RC's with 4 questions in GMAT.
So, on an average b/w 9 and 16, you can consider 13 question approx for RC,thereby reducing your time.
Try to solve an RC completely within 6 minutes(3 questions per RC) , if you take more than that.. move on..!!!
Your CR strategy is good,but i would suggest that focus more on first 10 questions.
I read it in someone's experience, that GMAT does not expect us to answer all the questions, if we have to skip any question, then we have to because we don't have much time to waste.Also, recently somebody shared that if you focus on first 10 questions, you will find an improvement of 2-3 point.
Try to strengthen your weakness, because for the first 20 questions you have to get to the score you desire and for the rest of the questions you need to maintain that score.
Refer to the gmat prep software analysis i shared in my previous post.
MODULUS Concept ---> inequalities-158054.html#p1257636
HEXAGON Theory ---> hexagon-theory-tips-to-solve-any-heaxgon-question-158189.html#p1258308