Cracking the GMAT by Geoff Martz; Adam Robinson; Princeton Review (Firm)

By Geoff Martz; Adam Robinson; Princeton Review (Firm)

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The quick, obvious answer was wrong! No matter what your score, Joe can help you do better on the GMAT. ” Probably not. Go reread the question! How Does Joe Bloggs Approach the GMAT? Joe Bloggs, the average test-taker, spends most of his time answering questions of medium difficulty. But whenever he gets several questions correct in a row, the computer gives him a more difficult question. Joe approaches the GMAT just as the test writers expect. Whether the question is hard or easy, he always chooses the answer that seems to be correct.

What Happens If You Don’t Get to Every Question in a Section? If you run out of time without having answered all the questions in a section, the computer just moves you on to the next section. As we said earlier, the computer keeps a running score throughout each section. If you don’t get to answer some questions, the computer deducts points (based on an algorithm) and gives you a score based on what you have answered. It would be theoretically possible to get a GMAT score on the computer-adaptive test by answering only one verbal question and one math question.

On the Days Before the Test Try to keep to your regular routine. Staying up late to study the last few nights before the test is counterproductive. It’s important to get regular amounts of exercise and sleep. Continue the study plan you’ve been on from the beginning, but taper off toward the end. You’ll want to take your last practice exam no later than several days before the real test, so you’ll have time to go over the results carefully. The last day or so should be devoted to any topics that still give you trouble.

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