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This is the original version of a piece that has since been updated. See Stacey’s latest series on GMAT time management.
In the first part of this series, we discussed time positions (positive, negative, and neutral) and addressed our first three major considerations for timing:
(1) understanding the scoring (and what implications that has for timing)
(2) per-question timing and tracking your work
(3) reflecting on your results so that you can improve
If you haven’t already read the first part, do so now before you continue with this article. Today, we’re going to talk about our final three major timing strategies. Read more