Anyone else go least questions to most? I've found this helps me ever so slightly....I'm going to finish all of the passages anyway, and more than likely the harder passages are going to have the most questions, as opposed to following a particular order (although harder passages do always seem to have 7-8 Q's), but I'd rather have that extra minute or two at the end where I'm mulling over to spend on the hardest passage rather than the last one, necessarily.
Man, I fuckin hate RC. More so than LR and LG, if I just had an extra minute or two, I could dominate. But I can't bring myself to digest such worthlessly boring shit and such detailed questions in that amount of time. But I suppose RC is the difference between 165 and 175. Alas.
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i actually also based by approach for some time on # of questions per passage. though interestingly, i did the opposite of what you do: most to least. this way i felt less rushed and pressured by the end. i usually had time to review at the end.
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