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One IMPORTANT tip with the GMAT is to never leave anything blank. You receive greater deductions for unanswered questions than if you guess incorrectly. Not to mention you have a minimum of 20% chance of being correct even if you don't look at the question. Hope that helps you out a bit.
The scoring algorithm is based on difficulty of questions answered, not a certain hit rate. Answering questions at the beginning of the test is more important than at the beginning, because the algorithm gets a feel for your abilities based on early questions and bases the future questions on your p...
- by mwilliams
Thu May 15, 2008 9:55 pm
- Forum: The Application Process
- Topic: Which California MBA programs might best match my profile?
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