I dont remember reading any sample questions or instructions before the Verbal section on the GMAT Prep; however on the actual GMAT does one have 1-2 minutes to read sample questions/instructions? If yes, then I plan on utilizing that time to create an Answer Grid.
Any comments guys?
yes, yo do have some time to go through about a thousand (or least it feels that way) screens with different information. Make sure your clock does not tick though when you do it.
bb - the numerous instruction screens are before the quant section. Now I usually take up an the entire test-pad while solving the quant questions, so I will probably end up getting a new booklet for the verbal section. With that said, will there be any instruction screens before the verbal section?
Also, if I take the 8 min break between quant and verbal sections - do I have to leave immediately, or I can stay back for 2-3 mins , scribble the grid and then take the break.