When you're studying for the GMAT, you can begin to take any "strategy" tips as gospel. However, we want to examine some of the most persistent GMAT myths.
1. It’s all about the first eight questions. Or the first 7 or the first 10. Some applicants believe that if you do not answer the first few questions correctly, it’s nearly impossible to claw your way back up to a score in the 700s. This is completely inaccurate, and far too many test-takers will waste time laboring over the first eight questions at the expense of the rest of the section.