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New post 06 Oct 2007, 19:18
Hi evrybody.

Can anyone share how they are planning to divide timings among various sections in Verbal. Which shud be the best strategy?
Currently, I think many of us would be facing the time constraint and problem to give the same timing to each question as we are giving here.
During GMAT its difficult for one to think about the grammar rules, rather just basic rules + how it felt to ears. Anybody wants to add comments?

It will be important for evryone!!

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New post 07 Oct 2007, 23:35
younggun044 wrote:
Hi evrybody.

Can anyone share how they are planning to divide timings among various sections in Verbal. Which shud be the best strategy?
Currently, I think many of us would be facing the time constraint and problem to give the same timing to each question as we are giving here.
During GMAT its difficult for one to think about the grammar rules, rather just basic rules + how it felt to ears. Anybody wants to add comments?

It will be important for evryone!!


I use MGMAT's suggestion.

@60min: be at prob 8-10
@45: be at 16-18
@30: 22-26
@15: 32-34.

I just try to meet these benchmarks. However, I agree w/ you its very hard to solve SC's under time constraints. Even though I practice doing SC's at 1 min (Absolute MAX 1:30sec (only do this if I think I can get it)), I still have trouble during tests.

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