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Permanenthunger By Permanenthunger Published on June 3, 2016

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One of the best tips I got for how to manage my time in the GMAT was that I should use the interstitial time, between sections, to write down anything I needed to remember for that section.

For example I used the initial 5 minutes of tutorial to write down the structure and main keywords I should use in the writing assessment. I also wrote down all the math formulas I was afraid I would forget.

This helped me jump into my quant section without fear or panic that I would suddenly forget how to calculate compounded interest rates, or the area of a trapeze.

An architect by training, I plan to never have a building to my name. I am a food blogger & I spend my time making cool stuff for the web @Keeward & Bookwitty

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