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# Organize the scratch paper for the new GMAT format (from 16 Apr 18)

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17 Apr 2018, 10:13
Hi there - The scratched pad technique (Yellow pad technique) by Manhattan GMAT was really helpful for the old GMAT format (before 16 Apr 18')

Do you guys have any insights or suggestions on the time rubrics for the new GMAT format (beginning 16 Apr 2018 with shorter time frame)?

New GMAT format (Q31 - 62 mins, V36 - 65 mins)
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Hi there - The scratched pad technique (Yellow pad technique) by Manhattan GMAT was really helpful for the old GMAT format (before 16 Apr 18')

Do you guys have any insights or suggestions on the time rubrics for the new GMAT format (beginning 16 Apr 2018 with shorter time frame)?

New GMAT format (Q31 - 62 mins, V36 - 65 mins)
Are you looking for a time management strategy? If yes, you can take a look at this one.
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18 Apr 2018, 20:33
Thanks Ajitesh. This is really helpful
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Here is a simple GMAT pacing strategy, updated for the new format: The 15/25 Method

Good luck!

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18 Apr 2018, 22:19
mcelroytutoring wrote:

Here is a simple GMAT pacing strategy, updated for the new format: The 15/25 Method

Good luck!

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HI mcelroytutoring,

Above URL shows 404 error, Pls find the below link of Brian

Here is a simple GMAT pacing strategy, updated for the new format: The 15/25 Method
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