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GMAT CAT Testing Implications, continued

Hard questions are important!

  • Your score is dependent upon the difficulty level of the questions that you get right and wrong.
  • Hard questions are worth more when you get them right, and don't damage your score as much as easier questions when you get them wrong — they are where you want to be.
  • So the hard questions are where you want to be — you get more when you get them right, and are penalized less when you get them wrong. But how can you get into them?
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