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New post 13 Sep 2003, 11:33
Hey people.
When working through OG does everyone use a stop watch?
Do you tend to time yourself per question, or a set of questions?
I tend to get nervous with a stop watch in my hand while doing the problems....which hinders my thought pattern....Does anyone have this same problem? How do I get past it?
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On a related note, does anyone have any tips for improving speed on the quant section? I'm probably only working at 65-75% of the required speed at the moment.
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New post 14 Sep 2003, 13:05
no timing business - first concentrate on the basics - once your have your fundas clear then crank up your speed.

On the actual test , i swithced off the timer for the first 20 q

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