So a lot of people talk about the "first 5-10 question" myth... it seems like the answer is "no, don't worry about it, they're not super important"
I'm wondering, in the interest of saving time, getting the first 7 Quant questions wrong on purpose, you would then have ~75 minutes to do 30 questions, of obviously easier difficulty at first. Since the test is CAT, would this work? Maybe out of the next 10 you get only 1 wrong, and the test then readjusts again, and then you have a "regular" GMAT test for the remaining 20 questions, but now you have more time to do those 20 questions, and then the computer would 'adjust' over time to a regular score.
I don't want to seem like I'm even considering trying this, but I was just curious.