1.- Review all basic geometry formulas.
2.- You can answer a data sufficiency problem when you have enough information to answer the question with the statements. You should not waste time answering it.
3.- Make sure you can multiply, divide, add and subtract quickly. Avoid using a calculator as you prepare.
4.- Once you answer a question forget about it. Concentrate on the one in front of you.
5.- If the answer choices are numerical, estimate what the answer should be in order to eliminate non-feasible answers before guessing.
6.- If you spot a predictable “easy” numerical answer, eliminate it before you guess.
7.- Always work eliminating wrong answers.
8.- Never pick an answer that you cannot back up completely.
9.- Make sure you freshen up on your grammar rules.
10.- Bring up your reading and vocabulary skills.