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# [b]Get through all ?s or no?[/b]

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16 Apr 2003, 23:39
Does anyone know if it is best to try to answer all the questions, even if it means guessing or to go at your own pace and not answer all of them?

Which one benefits a more positive score?

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17 Apr 2003, 05:14
Work at your own pace but be aware of timing. (see a great document on timing on main website under Maths section). Complete all Q's even if you have to guess try do so intelligently.
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17 Apr 2003, 09:33
pagesera wrote:
Does anyone know if it is best to try to answer all the questions, even if it means guessing or to go at your own pace and not answer all of them?

Which one benefits a more positive score?

Sera

I agree with Tzolkin,

The number of points that you lose by answering the question wrong will be less than if you skip it, so it will be more effective to answer questions wrong than skip them
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