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GMAT Quan... last 25 questions are always easier?? [#permalink]
02 Jan 2006, 21:45
Hello guys... I have done 2 powerprep tests so far...
While working on them, I realise that generally, the 1st 10-15 questions are harder as compared to the reamining 20-30 questions.
Having read the "share GMAT experience forum", I have seen similar reviews about the remaining 20-30 questions are "a breeze".
Can someone who has taken the GMAT previously confirm my thoughts on this?
If this is so, perhaps, I should spend more time on the 1st 10-15 questions since I naturally should take less time on the remaining?
Not really. The odds are that you will get some tough questions in the first 15 questions and if you get one-two wrong the next questions will be easier.
There are some interesting things though, I have noticed with a really good number of exams of Princeton online and in the actual exam that somewhere between 10-15 you end up getting a probability or permutation question.
There is more to this pattern, the end questions which are tough, if you continue with the same rate of accuracy, tend to be of arithematic problems. Like a complex calculation but never a prob/permutation question.
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