Hi everyone, I was wondering whether it would be worth undertaking the UMAT in sections considering my strengths and weaknesses in each section, opposed to completing each question in order. My S2 and S3 are quite good, however, my S1 is ridiculously bad and ensures everytime I do a practice test, I go well over the time limit. I was thinking of completing my S2 and S3 under the time limit each should be given and leave the remaining time for doing my best in S1. Although, I have noticed valuable seconds will be spent flicking through pages and there is a chance I might mess up filling in the bubbles which will ruin my attempt. Given there are only a few weeks left and I have been practicing for several months, I feel my S2 and S3 can be further refined, but my S1 won't improve very much given I have uni exams in the next 2 weeks. I wanted to ask others who have already undertaken the real UMAT and used either test taking strategy of answering each question one after the other or doing each section one by one, how they felt and whether it was effective or not?