GMAT Hacks: Slow Down to Speed Up Later

Many people associate being good at math with being able to do math quickly. There’s plenty of truth to that: usually, when you struggle with something, it takes longer than if it’s a strong point for you.

However, when you’re preparing for the GMAT Math section, don’t work quickly for the sake of working quickly. Speed on math questions isn’t something you can develop by trying really hard and moving your pencil faster: it will come when you are more comfortable with the underlying concepts. For that reason, make a concentrated effort to slow down.

But how can you do that? Follow the link below to find out more…

This is an excerpt from a longer article by Jeff Sackmann, originally published at GMAT Hacks.  Jeff has created several valuable GMAT-preparation resources, including Total GMAT Math and Total GMAT Verbal.

Interested in reading more? Click HERE to see more test prep advice.

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