## My experience on GR9768

### My experience on GR9768

Today I tried GR9768 (I had already did it a few months back though not timed). Despite my best efforts I could manage to solve only 59 questions in the stipulated time.

I think one problem with me (and with some of us other test-takers) is that we tend to overspend time with the easy questions in the beginning and by the time we reach the 3rd hour of the test we are exhausted and have very little energy left for doing the more time consuming questions.

How about doing the test in the reverse order i.e. Try with Qs 50-66 first, then attempt Qs 25-50 and end the test with Qs 1-25?

I think one problem with me (and with some of us other test-takers) is that we tend to overspend time with the easy questions in the beginning and by the time we reach the 3rd hour of the test we are exhausted and have very little energy left for doing the more time consuming questions.

How about doing the test in the reverse order i.e. Try with Qs 50-66 first, then attempt Qs 25-50 and end the test with Qs 1-25?

Are you kidding ?How about doing the test in the reverse order i.e. Try with Qs 50-66 first, then attempt Qs 25-50 and end the test with Qs 1-25?

I thinks the test is not computer adaptive test so try to solve the easiest questions first, mark the questions you cannot answer at first and come back later if you have time

But if you try with the most difficult questions first and what will you do if you get stuck with one of them? I guess you even cannot stay focus ----->

**in the first quadrant**of the xy-plane bounded by the coordinate axes and the graph of the equation : y=1/[sqrt(1+x^2)]

I tried by the following way :

V= \Pi*\Int_{0}^{\infinity}y^2dx and I got V=\Pi^2/4 not (\Pi^2) / 2

you guys have any explanation? thanks

I assumed that the solid formed includes a portion of the 4th quadrant also.