I'm taking the GMAT on the 27th of December for the 1st time and I've been meaning to ask you if the the common notion of ''spending more time on the fist 10 questions etc'' stands. Should I indeed do that?
For instance, is it prefarable to spend as much time needed on Quant for up to the 30-33th question and then to choose randomly the remaining ones, or they all account for the same?
Sorry if this query has been answered befored, couldn't find any relative posts.
Appreciate your responce.
Agree with bb here. I met with some actual GMAT/MBA.COM faculty and they passively mentioned that first 10 Qs are important and also that its better to attempt a Q (and give even a random answer) rather than leaving it.
I would also advice you to take a lot of full time practice tests before the actual test so that your speed and accuracy improve.
This will lead to better time management and you can then afford to spend more time on first 10 Qs.