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03 Apr 2018, 22:21
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Hey somebody could help me out ???? The problem is that I am able to complete only 34-35 question in 75 min. I m not getting what should I do??? I keep doing practise but not able to improve
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03 Apr 2018, 23:41
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Hey somebody could help me out ???? The problem is that I am able to complete only 34-35 question in 75 min. I m not getting what should I do??? I keep doing practise but not able to improve

Maybe you could try to improve your reading skill first. I think this is the best way right now.
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09 Apr 2018, 08:54
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sarasjain20 wrote:
Hey somebody could help me out ???? The problem is that I am able to complete only 34-35 question in 75 min. I m not getting what should I do??? I keep doing practise but not able to improve

What are you doing to improve your timing?

Time yourself when you do practice problems, not just when you do practice tests. You can start with just 5 or 10 problems in a row - for instance, if you do 5 SC problems, start with 6 minutes and 15 seconds on the timer.

You also can't expect to give 100% of your attention to every single problem and still finish on time. Some problems, you need to strategically bail on or make an educated guess on. To get the highest overall score possible, these should be the hardest problems you see.
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