Thanks for the reply ezhilkumarank,
Marty, are you talking about writing down tricky formula/rules in the scratch pad just before the start of the actual GMAT exam. In one of the post, I read that someone actually did just that. Would be interesting to know if this is legal and allowed in every test center or is something discretionary.
Yes, I wanted to hear how people used the scratch pad to write things down in advance of starting a section. It's true, I wonder if it is allowed or not...I'd hate to waste my time writing something only for it to be taken away.
Coming to your question of the most common things -- well I guess it would vary depending on ones strength and weakness in the different Verbal/Math section. Just my opinion but am open to comments from other members as well.
That's true...but as you mentioned, I was curious
Dude, I wrote a big blog on scratch pad strategy. Check this out - d-day-strategy-103043.html#p806479
And I got 720.
Contrats on the 720! I'll check out your post...thanks.
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