I have bumped that topic as it was not updated since Feb
This seems to be little weird but I was just wondering if it is really possible to score Q50 with 9-10 wrong answers that are evenly spread
? If this is the case then I would really like to guess 3-4 hard/lengthy questions to save some time for the questions I m confident about.
Actually today I gave m17 gmatclub test with 32/37 score, with 4 careless and 1 conceptual mistake.( All DS questions
) All of them intersperse through the test. Today 1st time I was short of time for the last 2 questions and all this happened mostly because of 2-3 DS questions.
So I thought its better to guess 2-3 tough ones and save time for the last questions. I have to counterbalance my weak verbal by scoring at least 50 in quant if not 51.
These math tests are very good I m sure when I will revise my mistakes, I will certainly not repeat them on D -day.
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