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deputamadre wrote:Is it better to approach this section question by question, i.e., do one and check the answer and go on? This would be untimed obviously. Or would it be better to do the whole section and check your answers (untimed)?
No, because by checking answer by answer you may accidently get a glimpse of the next answer...not sure how to avoid that. If untimed, you really shouldn't be missing too many anyway so I would prefer doing a whole section.
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I always did the entire section and then checked when I didn't time myself. You should really focus on getting the timing down though because that will most likely be what kills you on test day if you have been studying untimed. I did a few tests untimed to get a feel for how the test writers worded the questions, but then did about 25 timed tests in order to prepare.
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