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27 Dec 2007, 15:38
Anyone have any good pacing advice for Quant and Verbal sections? I find myself all over the board.
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28 Dec 2007, 10:44
bsjames2 wrote:
Anyone have any good pacing advice for Quant and Verbal sections? I find myself all over the board.

The rule is (Total question(37/41)- question no. you are on)+1 x 2 mins for Quant. So if you have 20 minutes remaining in the exam and are on the 27th question then its (37-27 +1)*2= 22 mins - i.e you are two minutes short and need to speed up.

Use the same rule for Verbal but keep an eye on number of RCs you've seen. A RC in last 15 minutes will throw your pacing haywire.
For Verbal the general strategy is 1.5 minutes for SC, 2 mins per Q for RC, 2-3 mins for CR.
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28 Dec 2007, 13:43
So basically 2 mins per Quant question?
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Some people have said that allot the first 15 questions 35 min, and 40 mins for the last 22 questions (math section)

this makes sense because it takes a couple of minutes to relax and to calm down before you answer the first question.

Also, each instructional screen before each section has 30-60 seconds allotted time for you to read. You should use them as mini breaks, instead of clicking "next" right away.
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