I have my GMAT appointment on wednesday and I read through some IR strategies.
I hated this part in my practice test, because I always had trouble with the time and had a lot of questions wrong.
My Preptests showed me very low scores. I know that IR is not that important but a decent score should be achievable.
How do you keep up with the timing? Might it be a good idea to skip the Multi-Reasoning questions because those consume the highest amount of time?
As soon as I am through the IR strategies I'll post what i wrote down.
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