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# Leaving question in Verbal section

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30 Nov 2004, 09:31
hi ,

In my recent Kaplan i have run into problem of not being able to finish the verbal section on time.
What is the best strategy when, lets say i have 10 mins and 7-8 questions left. should i guess some and try to attempt all of them or should I try to do 3 - 4 question and try to get good mark in those 3-4 ques.

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12 Dec 2004, 23:12
hi,

my advice is - if you're running out of time on the real test - guess all of the remaining questions, because you're not getting penalized for guessing wrong, but there is a penalty for leaving quesitons blank. you'll be better of by guessing 7-8 quesitons [which is too many but beats not answering them], this way, you still have a chance of getting some of them correct, compared to leaving them blank which assures 100% penalty. work on your time managment tactics and good luck with your prep. hope that helps

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# Leaving question in Verbal section

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