The GMAT is a long and stressful test which requires a lot of concentration. No matter how much time and effort you invest in your preparation, you can always expect to have a rise in anxiety on the GMAT test day.
The academic director of GMAT Tutor lists several situations in which you may prefer to make an educated guess about the answer to a question for the sake of keeping up your pace in the exam.
Many MBA applicants rely on winning a scholarship to be able to afford MBA studies.
The Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is the newest part of the GMAT. It was introduced in the summer of 2012, replacing one of the essays.
Debriefing can take much longer than the time it takes to answer the question.
The Verbal section of the GMAT has several “subsections”. One of them is Critical Reasoning. It is often the most challenging part of the Verbal section for many test takers.