Have you hit a wall when trying to choose the best option for solving GMAT Data Sufficiency questions? Eliza Chute shares a simple formulaic tip you can use that will strengthen your thought process and increase your speed when answering.
Approximately one third of all GMAT Quant questions, across all topics, are about Data Sufficiency. This is a special GMAT question format. What makes it unique is that it asks us to do something completely different from what we are used to. In Data Sufficiency, we are not asked to solve questions at all – but only to figure out if they CAN be solved!
On the GMAT quantitative section, you have just over 2 minutes on average to answer each question in front of you. Sometimes, those two minutes go by in a flash and you feel like the question should take at least 4 minutes in order to even make a reasonable guess.