OK, I have read much of the GMAT study material that is available out there. Princeton Review
both suggest taking extra time and effort on the first 10-15 questions on each section, implying that these first questons are worth more than the rest. They say to make sure you get these correct and you will get a good score (providing that you stay pace with the rest of the questions). Do you think that this is a correct strategy?
I ask this becasue I took a GMAT prep class through Veritas
that I thought was good, but they said that every question should be looked at more or less equally, debunking the stategy held by Kaplan
and PR. Veritas
' strategy is what I have been using. What do you guys think?
I have taken this test twice (highest score 640 and I need to do way better). Most practice tests I took before the real test I have gotten around a 700 (I feel that this score attainable for me: I got a 710 and 730 on the 2 tests given to you by ETS when you sign up to take hte actual GMAT), but the real test seems to beat me. I, however, did not utilize the Kaplan
and PR strategy and I am wondering if there is any merit to it. (broken record) what do you guys think?