If you have a very limited amount of time, there is one thing and one thing only that I would spend my time doing: reading strategies for GMAT questions. As I have said in my previous posts, I don’t mean this site to be a comprehensive GMAT prep guide, just my thoughts.
So, why would I say not to do any GMAT questions and just read the strategy if you only have a small amount of time? The reasons are quite simple. The first is you ROI (return on investment).
If you only have so much time, then you have to get the most out of that time. Reading GMAT strategies is going to provide the most incremental benefit right off the bat. It not only gets one’s frame of mind in the right spot, but the information is useful no matter what level you are at, 400 or 700+.
The second reason that you should start with the strategies is that you will start to learn how to approach the different types of questions. Strategies will allow you to train your mind to recognize the small nuances that make it easier to eliminate some answers on tough questions.
Has this worked for you?
This has been a Thought From The Cake Scraps.